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CAD Introduces e70 Dual Capsule Condenser Mic

CAD introduce a versatile new microphone into its popular equitek line - the e70 dual capsule pencil condenser that can be used effectively for acoustic guitars, stringed instruments, and as an overhead microphone for cymbals as well as other various instrument applications...

CAD introduce a versatile new microphone into its popular equitek line - the e70 dual capsule pencil condenser that can be used effectively for acoustic guitars, stringed instruments, and as an overhead microphone for cymbals as well as other various instrument applications.

Featuring a dual high pass filter and dual pad, the e70 condenser has an extended frequency response of 20 Hz to 20 kHz, a low noise design, exceptional sensitivity of -38 dBV (13mV) @ 1Pa and the ability to withstand up to 150 dB SPL and rugged construction.

The high pass filter is at 75Hz and 150Hz (6dB per octave), while the pad is at 10dB and 20dB for maximum effectiveness and sonic performance.

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

By our press release coordinator Monday January 9, 2006