Mojave Audio Aims to Focus on Assembled Products, Debuts MA-200

Mojave Audio Aims to Focus on Assembled Products, Debuts MA-200
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Mojave Audio, founded by David Royer, debuted the MA-200, a tube condenser microphone. The company says it is known primarily for Royer's custom mic modifications and do-it-yourself tube mic kits, and is moving away from kits in an effort to focus on fully assembled products. The MA-200 represents its first large-scale production effort.
The MA-200 features a cardioid polar pattern, and uses a one-inch gold-sputtered capsule in conjunction with three-micron capsules, Jensen audio transformers and JAN 5840 vacuum tubes, which the company says are military-grade. Additionally, it uses a balanced transformer output.
The mic ships with a carrying case, power supply, shock mount and cables.
For more information, visit Mojave Audio at www.mojaveaudio.com.

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