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Stereo condenser mic
The AT4050ST stereo condenser microphone was developed in direct response to feedback from end users. It is a stereo side-address externally polarized (dc bias) condenser microphone with independent cardioid and figure-of-eight elements, configured in a mid-side arrangement with switch-selectable internal matrixing. The AT4050ST offers a left-right stereo output (wide 127 degree or narrow 90 degree) via the microphone's internal matrixing system, or discreet mid-side signals for later manipulation.
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