Shure KSM44: Designed for professional recording studios,
project studios, musicians, and recording engineers, the multi-pattern
KSM44 condenser microphone features externally biased large dual
diaphragms in a side-address design. With an extended frequency
response of 20 Hz to 20 kHz, the KSM44 contains Class A,
transformerless preamplifier circuitry. Its dual one-inch,
gold-layered, Mylar diaphragms provide added low frequency response,
while improving environmental stability. In addition, the diaphragms'
thin design reproduces any sound source, while achieving a self-noise
of 7dB. 800-25-SHURE; fax 847-866-2279
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