MESSE06: Behringer Launches New Condenser Microphone

US C-3 has selectable pickup patterns for enhanced flexibility      29/03/06

MESSE06: Behringer Launches New Condenser Microphone


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Behringer have been showing off their new C-3 condenser microphone which they say is designed for use as a main or support microphone both for studio recording and live applications.
The C-3 builds on the strengths of the BEHRINGER C-1 condenser microphone, while providing users with more flexibility thanks to its dual diaphragm system. It has two membranes to allow three freely selectable pickup patterns – cardioid, omni–directional and figure of eight. Behringer claim that the condenser capsule provides an exceptionally flat frequency response and ultra-high sound resolution. Other features include:
  • Pressure-gradient transducer with shock-mounted dual-diaphragm capsule
  • Perfect for acoustic instruments, overhead, piano etc
  • Ultra low-noise transformer-less FET input eliminates low-frequency distortion
  • LED indicates phantom power being present
  • Rugged construction with metal die-cast body
  • Gold-plated three-pin XLR output connector for perfect signal transmission
  • Swivel stand mount and transport case More From:
  • www.behringer.com
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