Holophone unveils Big O and C+ microphones at NAMM
Holophone, the world’s foremost innovator in multi-channel surround microphone technology, has unveiled two more single-channel microphones set to debut at the upcoming NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA.
Holophone’s Big O omnidirectional mic and C+ cardioid mic join the company’s recently announced Super C supercardioid condenser, forming a trio of ultra high quality, customizable microphones designed for the most critical live, recording, and broadcast applications. As Holophone founder and President Michael Godfrey explains, these new mics are anything but ordinary.
“The microphone market is overrun with boring, unimaginative mics that have nothing new to offer in terms of styling or sonic performance,” says Godfrey. “Simply put, we believe it’s time for something new and completely different, and we’re issuing a wake-up call to the pro audio industry.”
Holophone’s Big O is a full-frequency, 20Hz-20kHz omnidirectional mic designed to take center stage, with an articulate and natural tone, minimal proximity effect, and a cool, eye-catching look. Available in matched pairs, the Big O is ideal for drum overheads, acoustic guitars, large vocal groups and choirs.
The C+ is a true cardioid condenser that combines excellent feedback rejection with a warm, articulate tone. With its raw, ballsy sound and fat bottom end, the C+ features a rugged metal exterior and classic design that looks great on a stand or in the hand.
All three new Holophone mics are designed with the same proprietary technology employed in Holophone’s highly acclaimed surround microphones, including the award-winning H2-PRO®, the world-class standard for concert sound, broadcast, film, and music recording. All mics feature ultra-low handling noise, internal pop filters, and comfortable ergonomic design.
“We’ve designed these new microphones to be more than just the best sounding mics you’ll ever use,” comments Holophone CEO Jonathan Godfrey. “They’re also designed to enhance your stage and give your performance that extra edge. Finally, the microphone can claim its rightful place as an instrument in its own right. You wouldn’t hide your guitar, so why hide your mic?”
See Holophone’s complete line of new microphones and wireless systems at Booth 5399 in Hall B at the NAMM show in Anaheim, California January 24-27, 2013.
More information: Holopone
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