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beyerdynamic M 58 Mic for ENG to Bow at NABDesigned for both news production and field production (February 16, 2005)
beyerdynamic, a leading manufacturer of exceptional microphones, headphones and wireless microphone systems, will feature the M 58 Dynamic Microphone, at NAB 2005 Booth # C10421. The M 58 is specifically designed for electronic news gathering (ENG) as well as electronic field production (EFP) in both indoor and outdoor situations.
?This microphone is ideal for professionals in the broadcast industry, says Alan Feckanin, beyerdynamics Video and Production Unit Manager. ?The microphones frequency response has been modified to provide broadcasters with a very accurate and intelligible sound. The sophisticated internal shockmount of the M 58 dramatically reduces the handling noise.
The M 58s weight balanced design allows journalists to enjoy a high degree of comfort during lengthy interviews. The rugged construction enables the M 58 to endure the physical and environmental stresses that are typically encountered during field production operations. The M 58 has a frequency response of 40 20,000 Hz and has a non-reflective NextelŽ finish, which results in a low profile on camera.
beyerdynamic, with headquarters in Heilbronn, Germany, and distributed in the USA by beyerdynamic Inc., has been an industry leader in the design and manufacture of premium-grade microphones, headphones and microphone systems since 1924. With its commitment to continuous research and innovative developments for the audio industry, beyerdynamic features a continuing wide range of the latest technologies and high quality standard products including microphones, headphones, wireless systems, conference systems, sound reinforcement components and accessories. For more information, visit the beyerdynamic website at www.beyerdynamic-usa.com, or call 631-293-3200.
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