Mix And Match Coloured Mics

Music Computing releases FLOW Customizable Microphones      09/10/13

Music Computing has released FLOW custom microphones that allow you to mix and match colors and finishes for any of the three parts of the microphone including the Ball, Middle and Base. 

Current available colors and finishes are: BLUE, WHITE, RED, PURPLE, PINK, ORANGE, GREEN, CHROME and 24K GOLD for a total of 729 possible combinations.

All colors are powder-coated for long lasting durability. All chrome finishes are multi-layer plated to a mirror finish. 24k gold components are multi-layer plated in real 24k gold and then powder-coated with a clear coat, protecting the gold finish from wear and scratches.

Music Computing says that personal logos or images can be added to the microphones to truly reflect the performer's personal style and image.  Logos and graphics can be a solid color image or full color high-resolution picture.

Victor Wong, CEO, Music Computing, told us, "Recently we realized one of the best ways for people to express themselves is through their voice. We felt it was important for people to be able to be creative with the tools they use for expression also."

A custom display case is available for the user to show off their one-of-a-kind FLOW microphone. It's constructed from clear acrylic with a custom stand for the FLOW Microphone to keep it in the perfect vertical viewing position.  A single blue LED light provides dramatic back-lighting, while a tri-color front LED sweeps the microphone for maximum visual impact.

FLOW microphones have a frequency range from 50Hz to 16kHz. A travel case is also available to store and protect the FLOW microphone. Cut foam inserts provide snug and secure compartments for the FLOW microphone and accessories.

and a one (1) year parts and labor warranty is provided as well as life-time support.

Pricing and Availability:

FLOW microphones are currently shipping. Prices start at $99

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