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MXL Ships The MXL Cube Cardioid Condenser Microphone

Thursday November 30, 2006
MXL Microphones, the professional audio division of Marshall Electronics, is pleased to announce that the MXL Cube microphone is now shipping and available exclusively through MusiciansFriend.com...
MXL Ships The MXL Cube Cardioid Condenser Microphone

MXL Microphones, the professional audio division of Marshall Electronics, is pleased to announce that the MXL Cube microphone is now shipping and available exclusively through MusiciansFriend.com. Featuring a gold sputtered diaphragm, FET balanced output, and internal Mogami wiring, MXL's new Cube is a versatile microphone that is well within the budget of home and project studio recordists.

The Cube is a cardioid condenser mic that delivers powerful, clear, and detailed vocals, and shimmers with acoustic instruments and percussion. With a frequency response ranging from 20 Hz - 20 kHz, this unique microphone with its small size and low profile is ideal for a wide range of recording tasks.

Featuring a 1-inch gold sputtered, six micron pressure gradient capsule and a low-noise FET (field-effect transistor) preamp with balanced transformer coupled output, the Cube delivers big sound from its surprisingly diminutive size. Further contributing to its pristine audio quality is the fact that the microphone is internally wired with Mogami cable—the choice of recording professionals everywhere.

MXL's new Cube cardioid condenser microphone looks as good as it sounds. The microphone has a beautiful champagne finish and ships in a protective case with a microphone clip. A shockmount is optionally available.

The MXL Cube cardioid condenser microphone carries a street price of $69.99 and is available now at MusiciansFriend.com

www.mxlmics.com

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