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MXL Microphones will demo their V-80 Series of microphones at this year’s Musikmesse.

The series, which includes the V87, V88 and V89.

In the large diaphragm low noise condenser microphone category, the V87 is a big body condenser microphone designed for the most critical recording applications. Engineered with a FET preamp and transformer-balanced output, the V87 provides a punchy mid and tight low end, according to its manufacturer. The V88 Studio Condenser Microphone is designed for recordings on vocals, drums, piano and all instruments.

Rounding out the series is the V89 Low Noise Large Diaphragm Condenser microphone can "tackle any recording, from the natural tone of acoustic guitars to the subtle detail of a fine piano or the raw attack of screaming vocals," according to MXL.

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The MXL V89 Studio Condenser Microphone includes a sturdy wooden case, shockmount and an MSRP of $599. The V88 is priced at $699 and the V87 has an MSRP of $399.95. All three mics include a 3-year warranty.

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