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Radial Engineering announces the Gold Digger, a device that lets you compare and select the best mic to suit the character of a particular voice.

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The Gold Digger features four 'radio style' switches to ensure only one microphone will be activated at any one time. 48V phantom power is generated and managed inside the unit to ensure switching between mics will be quiet and pop free, according to Radial. You can plug in the microphones, activate phantom power for condensers and then set the trim control so that all mics produce the same output level. You can activate the 'live' mic by selecting the desired channel.

 

Pricing & Availability:

The Gold Digger will start shipping in November 2012. Estimated retail price: $400 USD.

 

For more information, check out this page.

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