Remic Microphones expands instrument mic range

Remic Microphones expands instrument mic range
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The Remic Microphones family is set to expand in the first quarter of 2015 with a new wave of prototype drum-mics and mics for brass and woodwind instruments, recently launched as test units.

For the drums

The DK-7 prototype-kit consists of seven pieces of high-definition condenser microphones for drum kits:

1 BD1100 for the bass drum

4 DR1000 for snare and tomtoms

2 HC2000 underhead mics for cymbals

Each mic comes with a 4mm-thick cotton woven Mogami cable, in a length of 4 metre and the natural rubberform ensures fast, flexible, and reliable mounting.

Mounting the DK-7 microphones on a drum kit

The mics are said to be easily mounted on the rim of the drums and on the stand for cymbals, which means that users can get rid of all loose clamps and mic stands that often become impractical and take up a lot of space around a kit.

The polar pattern of each mic in the DK-7 kit is omnidirectional, and can easily be used at any studio, broadcast or live production.

If more mics are needed in order to cover a larger drum set up, the microphones can be bought individually.

The DK-7 prototype kit comes in a light polypropylene case from Seahorse that is shock proof, dent proof, crack proof and chip proof.

For brass and woodwind instruments

The prototype W3000 is designed for saxophone, trumpet, trombone, tuba and other related horn instruments such as flugelhorn, cornet, French horn, tenor horn, baritone horn and eruphonium.

This microphone has also been designed around a high-definition condenser cartridge and is mounted in a natural rubber housing.

For the final production, the W3000 mic will be equipped with a 5 pole miniature XLR connector for connection to some pre-selected microport systems via a series of adaptors connector kits.

www.remic.dk

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