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[Musikmesse] 11 New MicW Mics

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MicW is launching 11 new products at this year's Pro Light & Sound/Musikmesse exhibition in Frankfurt, Germany, from handheld vocal mics to compact, desktop, shotgun and boundary models.

The 11 new microphones are as follows:

• N181
The N181 is a nickel-diaphragm version of MicW’s existing E181 E-series polymer-diaphragm shotgun microphone.

• N241
The N241 is a half-inch nickel-diaphragm omnidirectional bottle-shaped microphone designed for high-SPL applications, such as miking percussion or brass instruments.

• N255 & CN255
The N255 is another new nickel-diaphragm microphone, similar to the N241 and with the same measurement-microphone-like 'bottle’ profile, but with a wide cardioid polar pickup pattern, designed for live music, vocals and acoustic guitar recording. The CN255 is a compact version of the N255, preserving the half-inch diaphragm but available in a discreet package suitable for home recording, broadcast or concert hall use.

• HN101
A new handheld version of MicW’s existing nickel-diaphragm omnidirectional N101 suited, like the N101, to recording vocals and strings.

• CN201
A new version of the existing nickel-diaphragm N201, with a compact form similar to that of the CN255, the omnidirectional CN201 is designed for drum, guitar and bass miking, percussion and speech or vocals. MicW also sell the CN201 in pairs for overhead orchestral recording.

• HN151 & BN151
Two new versions of the existing 'bottle-shaped’ wide-cardioid nickel-diaphragm N151, suited for live vocals and acoustic guitar. The HN151 is a handheld version for use by a vocalist, while the desktop BN151 is designed with conference audio or courtroom applications in mind.

• HG106
A new handheld version of MicW’s existing omnidirectional G106, the company’s gold-diaphragm microphone for close-miking applications.

• E436
A new addition to MicW’s entry-level E series of microphones, the E436 is a miniature mic just 28mm long and 7mm in diameter, suitable for instrument spot miking and on-camera TV and broadcast work.

• BE426
The BE426 is MicW’s first boundary microphone, 60mm in diameter and designed to pick up and amplify speech and vocals for use in boardrooms, courtrooms and conferences.

More information about the new products is available on MicW’s stand (E50A) in Hall 9.0 at the Pro Light & Sound Exhibition, Frankfurt, March 24–27.

For more information, see www.mic-w.com.

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