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Large diaphragm condenser microphone from JZ Microphones belonging to the Black Hole series

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To improve the series of Black Hole microphones and provide wider choice for customers, JZ decided to launch the third version of Black Hole with a pad of -5db and -10db options.


The new microphone under the name Black Hole PE (BH-3) has a fixed cardioid polar pattern but has a pad with options of –5db and –10db. It is designed to avoid overloading mic preamps with high output mic signals such as when recording loud guitar amplifiers or cabinets and kick drums. As capsule of the Black Hole is built to handle 135db SPL. Visually it looks similar to previous two versions (BH-1 – multi pattern, BH-2 – fixed cardiod mic) only it is in dark green color.

The Black Hole PE has also five year warranty and the retail price of it is USD 1995,00 (€1395.00). The shock mount together with pop filter costs USD 360.00 (€240.00). The BH-3 will be presented at AES show in Amsterdam this May (booth 1905).

For more information, visit their web site at www.jzmic.com.
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