WNAMM12: New Dynamic Handheld Microphones

Audio-Technica introduces the ATM510 Cardioid and ATM610a Hypercardioid mics      20/01/12
WNAMM12: New Dynamic Handheld Microphones


Audio-Technica has introduced its new ATM510 Cardioid Dynamic Handheld Microphone and ATM610a Hypercardioid Dynamic Handheld Microphone. The units' respective polar patterns both reduce the pickup of sounds from the sides and rear, improving isolation of the desired sound source. The ATM510 is designed specifically for close-up vocal use in professional live-sound applications, and the ATM610a is intended for both lead and backup vocal use and is especially effective on loud stages. Here's the rest of what A-T has to say about them...
Delivering durable performance for professional applications, both microphones feature a rugged, all-metal design and construction for years of trouble-free use; a newly designed superior internal shock mounting, which reduces handling and stage noise; Hi-ENERGY neodymium magnets for articulate vocal reproduction; a multi-stage grille design, offering excellent protection against plosives and sibilance without compromising high-frequency clarity; Quiet-Flex™ stand clamp for silent, flexible microphone positioning; and corrosion-resistant contacts from the gold-plated XLRM-type connector.
Pricing and Availability:
The ATM510 and ATM610a will be available late January 2012
ATM510 Cardioid Dynamic Handheld Microphone: $169.00 U.S. MSRP ($99.00 MAP)
ATM510 Cardioid Dynamic Handheld Microphone: $169.00 U.S. MSRP ($99.00 MAP)
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