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AKG Project Studio Line
Relaunched mic line
Nearly 20 years after the launch of the C3000, AKG has re-launched the Project Studio Line. The revamped Project Studio Line's C4500 BC is specially designed for on-air broadcast purposes. The mic is designed with a cardioid pickup and an edge-terminated large diaphragm condenser capsule. It features low noise and 165dB maximum SPL. The C3000 features a switchable attenuation pad and low-cut filter that enable high SPL up to 150dB and eliminates proximity effects. The C2000 small-diaphragm condenser sounds like a real large-diaphragm microphone but at a more affordable price. Its low-noise electronics ensure low distortion and a high dynamic range. The C4000's high-performance, multi-pattern, large-diaphragm design provides exceptionally high headroom and low self-noise.
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