MXL will show its range of broadcast and USB microphones, including the BCC-1, BCD-1, the V69XM, as well as the Tempo USB condenser microphone, which is iPad-compatible, and a variety of ribbon microphones.
With its small-diaphragm capsule for detailed recordings, the BCC-1 live broadcast condenser microphone promises balanced sound, a tuned grill for the elimination of internal reflections and a bass roll-off switch, which gives extra clarity to lower voices. It is also equipped with a built-in shockmount that prevents unwanted noise.
The BCD-1 live broadcast dynamic microphone (shown) promises to deliver a bright sound as well as to provide quality side rejection, helpful for use in noisy rooms. The mic, which also is suitable for recording vocals for music, also has a tuned grill that eliminates internal reflections, and a built-in shockmount that prevents unwanted noise.
For those requiring a smooth sound that sweetens voices for music and broadcasts, the V69XM vacuum tube condenser microphone can do the trick. With a 12AT7 dual-triode tube that pours vintage tone into vocals as well as Mogami cable and wiring for audio fidelity, the V69XM features transformer-balanced output for warm mids and full lows.
Other products on show are the FR-310 hot shoe shotgun microphone, which has a three-position gain switch, bass roll-off (high-pass filter), up to 500 hours per AAA battery and an integrated foam windscreen and the Tempo USB Condenser Microphone (iPad-, PC/Max OS-Compatible), appropriate for vocals, podcasts and video chats.
MXL will be holding a daily microphone giveaway at the show. Attendees can stop by the MXL booth and tweet about MXL to enter in the contest. At the end of the each day a tweet will be selected randomly, and that person will win a mic.
NAB Show Booth: C6419