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MXL Microphones BCC-1
End-address cardioid mic
The MXL BCC-1 takes a new spin on side address broadcast microphones. This end-address, cardioid microphone was designed to handle demanding performance requirements found in voiceover work. The small diaphragm condenser capsule captures vocals and dialog without any compromises. The BCC-1 includes an internal shock mount, a narrow polar pattern and a bass roll off switch. Frequency response is 20Hz - 20kHz. The mic can handle up to 148dB SPL.
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