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Large diaphragm condenser microphone de la marque sE Electronics appartenant à la série X1

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sE Electronics are celebrating the launch of the new RF-X Reflexion Filter with the coordinated introduction of the X1 Studio Bundle.

The bundle ships as a single box and includes the RF-X itself, the sE X1 large diaphragm cardioid condenser microphone, the latest shock mount and pop filter kit (as sold with the 2200a mk II) and a 3 metre microphone cable.

 

The bundle is priced at €319 incl. VAT.

The RF-X uses the same design technology as the RF-Pro. It comes with a new lightweight body and re-designed clamp assembly. It features a four layer acoustic filter design comprising the outer composite panel itself, a wool fabric layer, an air gap layer and an inner acoustic foam layer.

 

The RF-X alone is priced at €115 incl. VAT.

 

For more details, check out www.seelectronics.com.

 

 

 

 

 

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