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MXL Studio 1 USB recording kit

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MXL has launched a new USB recording kit. Given the quality of some of their mics for the price, this might be worth looking into...


The Studio One is designed to provide “quality recordings of vocals and instruments directly into your computer”, says MXL, a division of Marshall Electronics. It is also a versatile audio toolkit for Pod Casting, Internet Radio, Digital Music, Skype calls, Voice-over recordings and sound effects.

* Frequency Response: 40Hz to 20kHz
* Sampling Rate: 44.1kHz and 48kHz
* Bus Powered
* USB 1.1 and 2.0 Compatible
* 16-bit Delta Sigma A/D Converter with THD+N – 0.01%
* No Special Drivers Required

Recommended System:
Operating System: Mac OSX, Microsoft ® XP and Vista Memory: As required by applications

The MXL Studio 1 includes a hard black plastic carrying case, desktop microphone stand / adapter, 10-foot USB cable, user’s manual, and application guide to get the most from your recordings.

List price is $129.95.
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