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[NAMM] TC-Helicon and Sennheiser launch bundles

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TC-Helicon Bundle VoiceLive Play GTX w/ Sennheiser e 835 fx
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Vocal effects expert TC-Helicon and audio specialist Sennheiser will launch two attractive bundles at NAMM 2013 for singers/guitarists.

The packages include Sennheiser’s new cardioid e 835 fx, a special version of their popular evolution e 835 microphone with an effects control button, and an option of either the VoiceLive Play vocal effects unit for singers or the VoiceLive Play GTX for singer/guitarists from TC-Helicon.

At the heart of both new bundles, the Sennheiser e 835 fx microphone features an effects control button that allows the singer to perform multiple actions, like switching presets or toggling HIT, LOOP, and TALK functions. A presence Boost is also included for improved projection on stage. It uses a  neodymium transducer magnet that can handle high sound pressure levels in excess of 150 dB.

Singers can choose either the TC Helicon VoiceLive Play (see description here) or VoiceLive Play GTX (full specs here) vocal processors with built-in effects to complete the bundle.

The bundles will be available from late March 2013 through TC-Helicon’s dealer network. The e 835 fx microphone is also sold separately through Sennheiser’s dealer network and can be used to control effects parameters on all TC-Helicon vocal effects units launched since 2010 (may require a free firmware update).

VoiceLive Play with Sennheiser e 835 fx bundle retails at $339,99 / €325
VoiceLive Play GTX with Sennheiser e 835 fx bundle retails at $439,99 / €425

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