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[MUSIKMESSE] Audio Technica present ATM350a series

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Audio Technica announces the ATM350a series, an updated version of its ATM350 series of Cardioid Condenser Instrument Microphone.

With its wide variety of mounting systems and capacity for handling extreme SPLs, the ATM350a cardioid condenser microphone is said to provide crisp, clear, well-balanced response from any instrument. The microphone’s cardioid polar pattern protects against feedback by reducing side and rear pickup, while the switchable 80 Hz hi-pass filter on the in-line power module helps control undesired ambient noise.

The ATM350a comes in six, specially designed systems that aim at providing discreet and solid mounting solutions for a host of instruments, including woodwinds, strings, brass, percussion, drums and piano. In addition to these complete microphone systems, the UniMount components and component systems are available separately, without the ATM350a.

Available kits include:

  • ATM350U Cardioid Condenser Instrument Microphone with Universal Clip-on Mounting System (5" Gooseneck)
    Includes: ATM350a Microphone, AT8543 Power Module, AT8491U Universal Clip-on Mount, AT8490 5" Gooseneck, AT8468 Violin Mount (hook-and-loop fastener), Protective Carrying Case.
  • ATM350UL Cardioid Condenser Instrument Microphone with Universal Clip-on Mounting System (9" Gooseneck)
    Includes: ATM350a Microphone, AT8543 Power Module, AT8491U Universal Clip-on Mount, AT8490L 9" Gooseneck, AT8468 Violin Mount (hook-and-loop fastener), Protective Carrying Case.
  • ATM350PL Cardioid Condenser Instrument Microphone with Piano Mounting System (9" Gooseneck)
    Includes: ATM350a Microphone, AT8543 Power Module, AT8491P Magnetic Piano Mount, AT8490L 9" Gooseneck, AT8468 Violin Mount (hook-and-loop fastener), Protective Carrying Case.
  • ATM350D Cardioid Condenser Instrument Microphone with Drum Mounting System (5" Gooseneck)
    Includes: ATM350a Microphone, AT8543 Power Module, AT8491D Drum Mount, AT8490 5" Gooseneck, AT8468 Violin Mount (hook-and-loop fastener), Protective Carrying Case.
  • ATM350W Cardioid Condenser Instrument Microphone with Woodwind Mounting System (5" Gooseneck)
    Includes: ATM350a Microphone, AT8543 Power Module, AT8491W Woodwind Mount, AT8490 5" Gooseneck, AT8468 Violin Mount (hook-and-loop fastener), Protective Carrying Case.
  • ATM350UcW Wireless Cardioid Condenser Instrument Microphone with Universal Clip-on Mounting System (5" Gooseneck)
    Includes: ATM350acW microphone terminated with locking 4-pin connector for use with Audio-Technica UniPak® body-pack wireless transmitters, AT8491U Universal Clip-on Mount, AT8490 5" Gooseneck, AT8468 Violin Mount (hook-and-loop fastener), Protective Carrying Case.

The ATM350a series products are announced for the Summer of 2016. More details at www.audio-technica.com.

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