The N-series metal-body microphones feature lightweight nickel diaphragms with thin polymer coatings (hence the ‘N’ in the name.
The more affordable E-series mics feature nickel or gold-coated polymer diaphragms, and are available in cardioid, omni and shotgun models.
The new mid-range M-series has a mixture of N-series and E-series capsules, while the sole omnidirectional mic in the G series features a one-inch, gold-coated diaphragm (hence ‘G’ series). The highest quality models, such as the G-series omni and the N-series N101 large-diaphragm omnidirectional mic, are being marketed by MicW in matched pairs, ideal for stereo recording of anything from a grand piano to a brass section or choir, according to the company.
MicW is already in discussion with distributors in various European territories and is looking for companies to represent its products in the USA.
For more info, visit www.mic-w.com.
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