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Limited Edition Brauner Phantom Microphone Announced

The Phantom AE features a fixed cardioid pattern perfect for lead vocals, voiceover or spot instrument application with 8dBa self noise, 28mV/Pa cardioid sensitivity and 142dB maximum SPL at 0.5% THD...

TransAudio Group, the U.S. distributor for Brauner microphones, is offering the Brauner Phantom AE anniversary edition microphone to commemorate the company's 10th anniversary.

The Phantom AE is a limited edition of the Brauner Phantom C microphone but with a sleek black and gold finish. Like the Phantom C, the Brauner AE ships with a signed certificate of authenticity, matching shockmount and aluminum case.

The Phantom AE features a fixed cardioid pattern perfect for lead vocals, voiceover or spot instrument application with 8dBa self noise, 28mV/Pa cardioid sensitivity and 142dB maximum SPL at 0.5% THD.

The Phantom AE can be ordered directly from lasvegasproaudio.com for $1,250.00.

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

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By our press release coordinator Tuesday September 27, 2005
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