Sing Into The Black Hole

JZ Microphones announces new multi-pattern studio mic      11/01/08
Sing Into The Black Hole



Latvian company JZ Microphones has introduced a new multi-pattern studio microphone - The Black Hole. Juris Zarins, designer of the microphone and CEO of JZ had this to say, "The Black Hole is absolutely technically innovative microphone. It is extraordinary because of two independent opposite placed large capsules inside the compact head. I am sure that the result of Black Hole will agreeably surprise every user". JZ say tell us that the new mic is very handy and compact with an absolutely original looking design and that it has a new original stand holder system (damper) and patented variable sputtering of the diaphragm using specially mixed alloy for coating. The Black Hole is produced with three switchable polar patterns (Omni, Cardioid and Figure of 8). Key Features
  • Multi - pattern condenser: cardioid, omni, figure-8
  • Class A discrete amplifier circuit
  • Two opposite placed, independent, large, true electrostatic capsules inside the compact head
  • New special capsule with single, less centre tap diaphragm and adjustable backplate.
  • Patented variable sputtering of diaphragm, using specially mixed alloy for coating
  • Integrated capsule shockmount. Pricing and Availability:
    Available in the USA through Full Compass for $1,850. More information:


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