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SE Electronics Ships USB2200a
Somerville, MA – Jan 2, 2006 - The SE USB2200a is a USB microphone built on the SE2200a capsule. It provides a 16-bit or 24-bit output at a 48kHz sampling rate to a USB input on a computer. It features a mix control to set playback vs. record levels, a 10dB pad, bass cut and an analog switch to allow the mic to be used via an XLR connector with 48V phantom power.
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