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Avlex Introduces Superlux Pra-116B Shotgun Microphone.


Avlex Corporation introduces the new Superlux PRA-116B shotgun microphone. Featuring a compact, lightweight form factor, and an included camera shoe shockmount adapter, Avlew says that the new PRA-116B is a cost effective solution for any SNG (satellite news gathering), ENG (electronic news gathering), broadcast, video, or film audio application.

The new PRA-116B is a highly directional electret condenser shotgun microphone that utilizes all-metal construction designed for the rigors of location sound. We're told that with its high directivity pickup characteristics and unidirectional polar pattern, this versatile microphone exhibits excellent off-axis rejection. Further, at 7.8 ounces, the microphone is light and delivers a flat and extended frequency response ranging from 50 Hz — 14 kHz.

With its integrated low frequency roll-off switch set at 80 Hz, 12 dB/octave, the new Superlux PRA-116B is designed to adapt to a wide ariety of sound sources—eliminating the chance for low end rumble that can occur from wind noise. This microphone is powered by a single 1.5V AA alkaline battery. The low power consumption characteristics provide 800 hours of use.

The PRA-116B is supplied with a mic clip, a camera shoe shockmount adapter, a wind screen, a carrying pouch, and a battery.

The new Superlux PRA-116B shotgun microphone carries an MSRP of $210.00. The microphone is available and shipping now.

For more information, visit their web site at www.avlex.com.
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