[NAMM] Electro-Voice RE320
Launching at Winter NAMM 2011, the RE320 culls key features of the venerable RE20 and RE27N/D Broadcast Group products into a studio and live performance mic.
The RE320’s key features include Electro-Voice’s Variable-D proximity control technology for consistent tonal performance; their humbucking coil for noiseless operation; and a high-output neodymium magnet structure capsule.
Rounding out the feature set is the new “dual personality” switch which essentially creates two mics in one, according to E-V. One setting of the switch engages a response curve designed for voice and most instrument micing, while the other switch position activates a response curve designed for kick drums with dips and peaks where kick drums need some attention.
MSRP: $499.95 with an estimated street price of $299.00 USD.
Visit the RE320 microsite for more details: www.electrovoice.com/re320.
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