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[NAMM] 2 new TC-Helicon products at NAMM

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TC-Helicon will introduce tomorrow at NAMM 2015 two new products, a looper for microphone in the Ditto Series and the MP-76 dynamic mic.

The TC-Helicon MP-76 is a wired dynamic handheld microphone for vocalist. This evolution of the MP-75 allows for remotely control the effects on the TC-Helicon vocal processors (VoiceLive, Play…).

MP-75 users will find on this new model the same LCD display but the single control button was replaced with 4 buttons for up to 4 effect assign.

Specifications:

  • Frequency response: 50 Hz – 18 kHz
  • Dynamic capsule with neodymium magnet and dual internal shockmount
  • Supercardioid polar pattern
  • Sensitivity: –54 dBV/Pa
  • Output level: 94 dB SPL
  • XLR connector
  • No battery required

 

 

For singers and acoustic musicians, TC-Helicon offers a mic dedicated version of its Ditto looper pedal, with XLR connectors.

The Ditto Mic Looper can record and loop voices and miked acoustic instruments. Good news on this model, you get two footswitches to record/play/overdub/undo/redo and stop/erase the loop, which is more convenient than the single button on the Ditto version for guitarists. The Ditto Mic Looper will save the last loop and overdubs between use so you can disconnect it without loosing your last idea. And icing on the cake, you can control the looper from the TC-Helicon MP-75 and MP-76 microphones.

 

 

Features:

  • 5-minute looper
  • 24-bit uncompressed audio
  • Unlimited overdubs
  • Undo/Redo
  • Automatic gain adjustment
  • 2 footswitches for looper function control
  • XLR input and output
  • LED status playback/record indicator
  • Built-in mic preamp with 24V phantom power
  • Mic Control for remote control from an MP-75 / MP-76 dynamic microphone
  • USB port for firmware update from the VoiceSupport software on Mac and PC

The TC-Helicon MP-76 and Ditto Mic Looper will be available starting next week for a suggested price of 149 €. 

If you purchase the Ditto Mic Looper before March 31, 2015, TC-Helicon will offer your an MP-75 handheld microphone with which you can control the pedal. See full details and required form at www.tc-helicon.com

And if you choose to purchase an MP-76 microphone, note that this new model is bundled for with the VoiceLive Touch 2 vocal processor in a limited edition for the price of 599 €. Visit this page for more info.

 

 

 

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