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Sontronic's Mercury Microphone Available Now at Gear4music
Designed to for flawless application in any recording situation, the Mercury Microphone is adept at recording anything from solo instruments to orchestras. Designed in close collaboration with Sontronics founder and designer Trevor Coley, as well the engineers of Abbey Road Studio, the Mercury is hand crafted in the UK and utilizes the highest grade components available on the market. This alongside the microphones European-made ECC81/12AT7 vacuum tube, lead to flawless audio quality upon every recording.
With a varied choice of polar patterns at your disposal, ranging from omnidirectional to a figure-of-eight, you can control the microphones scope via a sweepable control knob. The mic makes use of a pad(0,-10dB) and filter (linear, 75Hz) control, a professional grade power supply complete with medical standard interference filter. With extremely low self-noise (under 12db A Weighted), the Mercury Microphone encourages fantastic results with minimal external or internal interference.
Speaking of the Mercury microphone, founder and and designer Trevor Coley stated that the Mercury :
"Represents the pinnacle of quality components and British engineering, combined with our passion for making versatile microphones that don't cost the earth. We've already had some amazing feedback from top artists who loved working with the prototype so much that they've already bought the real thing, and it's being compared to vintage valve microphones that cost up to ten times the price."
Covered by a lifetime warranty you can expect nothing less than exceptional durability and performance . To activate this warranty all that you need to do is email Sontronics immediately after your purchase.
By Josh HummerstonPosted on 26 Jan 2017 15:13 to category : Instruments News
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