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Audix Introduces The DP-7 Drum Microphone Pack

Audix has expanded its line of DP-Series mic packages. The latest pack, the DP-7, is perfect for miking a 5-piece kit for both live and studio applications...

Audix has expanded its line of DP-Series mic packages. The latest pack, the DP-7, is perfect for miking a 5-piece kit for both live and studio applications.

As the name implies, the DP-7 contains 7 microphones. At the heart of the mic system is the popular D6 dynamic microphone for kick drum. For snare drum, the i-5 is provided; for rack toms there are two D2 mics, for floor tom there is a D4, and for overheads there are two ADX51 condenser microphones with pad and roll-off.

Additionally there are 4 D-Vice rim mounting clips which eliminate the need for mic stands for snare and toms. The entire miking kit is packaged in a convenient aluminum carrying case.

The DP-7 carries an MSRP of $1,747.

Accessories for the DP Series packages include right angle XLR-XLR mic cable, the D-flex mounting clip, the D-Clamp clip for lug nut mounting, and the STAND-KD pedestal mic stand for use with bass drum and guitar cabs.

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By our press release coordinator Thursday November 30, 2006