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CAD Ships New GXL3000 Condenser Microphone

The GXL3000's capsule features a 1" gold-vapor deposited dual diaphragm for accuracy and sonic performance. The microphone's high sensitivity and extremely low distortion make the GXL3000 an ideal candidate for recording and sound reinforcement including vocal and instrument applications. Other features include a hi-pass filter 6dB/octave @ 150 Hz and a 10 dB pad. A shock mount is included...

Shipping now is the GXL3000, the newest CAD-engineered large diaphragm, multi-pattern (Cardioid, Omni, Figure 8) condenser.

The GXL3000's capsule features a 1" gold-vapor deposited dual diaphragm for accuracy and sonic performance. The microphone's high sensitivity and extremely low distortion make the GXL3000 an ideal candidate for recording and sound reinforcement including vocal and instrument applications. Other features include a hi-pass filter 6dB/octave @ 150 Hz and a 10 dB pad. A shock mount is included.

MSRP: $219.

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

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By our press release coordinator Friday February 25, 2005
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