Heil Sound recently introduced the Pink Pearl PR20 large diaphragm vocal microphone, the first model introduction in the new Spotlight Series.
The Heil Sound Pink Pearl PR20 represents new microphone technology and is designed for professional applications such as live sound, commercial broadcast, and professional recording. Heil says the Pink Pearl PR 20’s wide frequency range outperforms old industry technology while the upper mid-range makes the Pink Pearl PR 20 a good live female vocal microphone.
Blazoned with the pink ribbon on a pink pearlescent finish, ten percent of the retail sale price and a minimum guaranteed donation of $6,800 will be donated to The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation for the purpose of raising the awareness of breast health and breast cancer.
“Our own family has been affected by this terrible disease, and this is our way of helping raise the awareness of breast cancer,” said Sarah Heil, vice president of Heil Sound. “Early detection is the key to beating this thing and if we can help through being proactive in the entertainment industry then the Pink Pearl will have been a success.”
For more than 20 years, the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation has been a global leader in the fight against breast cancer through its support of research and community-based outreach programs. It was founded on a promise made between two sisters — Susan Goodman Komen and Nancy Goodman Brinker.
Susan was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1978, a time when little was known about the disease and it was rarely discussed in public. Before she died at the age of 36, she asked her sister to do everything possible to bring an end to breast cancer. Nancy kept her promise by establishing The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation in 1982 in Suzy’s memory, and Heil hopes to contribute to that effort.