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01.31.2006
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
MXL announces new dual-capsule mic


Marshall Electronics' V67i dual capsule microphone.
The MXL professional audio division of Marshall Electronics has introduced its V67i dual capsule microphone, a solid-state design targeted at a wide range of studio applications.

The V67i employs dual 1in gold sputtered capsules, utilizing a six-micron capsule found on the company’s V67g cardioid condenser on the front, along with a newly designed rear capsule in the rear. The mic boasts a solid-state preamp with balanced transformer output, requiring no external power supply.

The V67i’s front side offers a warm tone, while its rear side offers a brighter sound comparable to 1960s-era tube microphones. A behind-the-grille red LED indicator on either side of the mic is used to indicate the currently selected capsule.

For more information, visit www.mxlmics.com.

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