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Lampifier Company Model 111 and 711
Model 111 and 711 professional wired microphones have a phantom-powered audio-enhancing processor located inside the microphone handle. No extra patch cables or outboard sound processors are required. The internal processor enables the microphone to deliver sound right out of the box. It self-adjusts to the incoming sound, making program adjustments by the user generally unnecessary. The user also can reprogram the processor to use the microphone in other applications or customize the microphone to personal style or preference. Reprogramming is done with the help of a free online programming tool.
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