New Mics, Vintage Sounds

JZ Microphones announces new JZ Vintage microphone series      26/11/09

New Mics, Vintage Sounds


JZ Microphones has announced a new microphone line called JZ Vintage. They tell us that it will be an absolutely new microphone line with a unique and smart design and well-known vintage sound. Here's all the details directly from their press release...
The new microphone series materialises in a flask shape with built in shockmount and unique capsule. JZ will have three different models – V-67, V-47 and V-12. Each mic will have the best vintage sound in honour of U67, U47 or C-12. Capsules will be improved by patented JZ Golden drops capsule sputtering technology. Everybody who visited JZ booth at AES Convention in NYC was able to see the prototype of this mic.
"We all know how important for recording industry are certain vintage mics and how people use to prefer them as standards for comparisons and evaluation with other mics," says Juris Zarins, microphone designer. "In a fact that vintage mics in a high quality are not easily available we decided to launch this microphone line to satisfy demand of our customers and complete also our microphone range. I believe that JZ Vintage microphones are going to shake all microphone industry!"
JZ Microphones was established in Latvia in 2007. The company develops innovative modern recording equipment and world-renowned studio microphones. JZ Microphones are employed by some of the world's foremost music artists, producers and engineers. These microphones ensure rich, supremely natural sound, from personal studios to major commercial recording and broadcast facilities.
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