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Peavey Adds CM1 Condenser to Studio Pro Series

Peavey has announced the Studio Pro CM1, a handheld condenser microphone with a cardioid polar response intended as a main or support microphone in studio and live applications...

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July 24, 2004

Peavey has announced the Studio Pro CM1, a handheld condenser microphone with a cardioid polar response intended as a main or support microphone in studio and live applications.

Studio Pro series mics are suited for recording engineers looking for affordable, high quality recording mics. The CM1 contains a medium-format condenser element designed to handle SPL levels up to 136 dB while maintaining a clean, natural sound. It has a sensitivity of -43 dBv per pascal and a low noise floor, equivalent to only 24 dB SPL.

The built-in shock mount reduces handling noise considerably, making the CM1 ideal for close-range vocal or instrument pickup. The frequency response is tailored to give a crisp, intelligible sound from 50 Hz to 16 kHz. The CM1 is equipped with a dual-layer pop filter to reduce pops and wind noise.

The Studio Pro CM1 will be available Q3 2004 from authorized Peavey retailers.

Features

  • Back-electret condenser microphone
  • Pressure gradient element, transformer FET circuit
  • Cardioid (unidirectional) polar pattern
  • Frequency response: 50 Hz to 16 kHz
  • Sensitivity: -43 dBV/Pa (7.1 mV/Pa)
  • Maximum SPL: 136 dB at 1 kHz (THD < 1%)
  • Three-pin XLR connector
  • Compact carrying case U.S. MSRP $199.99

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

By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004
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