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beyerdynamic, a leading manufacturer of exceptional microphones, headphones and wireless microphone systems, will feature the MC 840 Condenser Microphone at AES 2006 (Booth #1102). The MC 840 is a new versatile solution, providing transparent sound reproduction in critical recording applications.
The 840 is an extremely compact, large diaphragm studio-class microphone. It features a gold vaporized double diaphragm and five selectable polar patterns: omnidirectional, wide cardioid, cardioid, hypercardioid and figure eight. Based on beyerdynamic's MC 740 condenser microphone, the MC 840's capsule has been equipped with an improved low-noise preamplifier and an impedance transformer without transducer.
"The MC 840 allows you to expand your studio microphone selection at a minimal cost, while delivering excellent sound," explains Paul Froula, Pro Audio Business Manager. "Equipped with multiple polar patterns, a two-stage roll-off filter for both 80 and 160 Hz to compensate for the close micing effect, as well as a two-stage pre-attenuation for both -10 and -20 dB, the MC 840 is an ideal microphone for any recording situation."
For more information, visit their web site at www.beyerdynamic.com