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Sound Devices CL-2

Stand/Boom Arm for Microphone from Sound Devices .

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Sound Devices has introduced the new CL-2 Boom Pole Remote Fader for the 788T.


The CL-2 is designed to attache directly to microphone boom poles and connect to the 788T's C.Link port (Control Link Port). It is designed to provide a single, 60 mm fader which can be programmed to control any input or track on the 788T.

Additionally, two, two-position switches can be programmed to operate functions on the 788T such as recording start and stop. The CL-2 is powered by the C.Link port on the 788T.

Availability
The CL-2 is scheduled for availability in Summer 2009.

Visit www.sounddevices.com for more info.
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