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01.16.2004
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Brauner Engineers introduce two mics in one


The VMA mics feature unique circuitry and biasing. Switching from one position to the other introduces parameter changes, re-biasing the microphone and introducing different sets of components into the circuit.

Brauner Engineers have introduced the new Brauner VMA. The Brauner VMA combines the performance of two high-grade tube microphones in a single package. The mics offer users a choice between the original and a "vintage" sound with the flick of a switch.

The new microphone combines the core design of the VM1 microphone with additional input from Brauner customers worldwide.

The VMA tube mic is a single microphone that actually performs as two. A toggle switch on the power supply allows users to set the mic to two different operational modes. One represents the VM1 sound, which is a multi-purpose sound for almost any recording task. The second sets the microphone to operate with a tube sound reminiscent of the vintage mics.

The mics feature unique circuitry and biasing. Switching from one position to the other introduces parameter changes, re-biasing the microphone and introducing different sets of components into the circuit.

For more information visit www.transaudiogroup.com.

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