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CAD Creates A Timeless American Classic With E100S Condenser Mic

United States
English
July 15, 2009, Solon, OH — Engineered and built in the U.S.A. to the highest standard of quality, the new Equitek E100S large-diaphragm supercardioid condenser mic has the lowest noise floor in its class (3.7dBA), with the smooth vintage tone and full-bodied low end CAD is known for.

The E100S features a bootstrapped, full differential Quadra-FET™ front-end to ensure high sensitivity and low distortion.

A nickel-plated one-inch capsule delivers accurate phasing when miking instruments and a full, rich tone for vocals that is enhanced by the microphone’s extended low-end frequency response. CAD’s proprietary circuitry preserves all of the warmth and detail demanded by leading artists and engineers.

Additional features include an 80Hz hi-pass filter and a 10dB pad. A twin 5087 output driver provides low drive impedance. RoHS compliant, the E100S also features exceptional RF immunity. 48V phantom power is required.

Ideal for recording vocals, percussion, acoustic instruments and everything in between, the E100S is versatile enough to deliver exceptional performance on stage and in the studio. Supplied in a high quality cherry wood carrying case, the E100S also includes a stealth shock mount.

MSRP: $799

SPECIFICATIONS

• Frequency Response: < 40Hz – 18KHz
• Sensitivity: -30dBV (28mV) @ 1Pa
• Impedance: 150 ohms
• Max SPL: 150dB (Pad Engaged)
• Self-Noise: 3.7 dBA (best in class)
• Hi-Pass: 80Hz
• Attenuator: 10dB
• Power requirements: P48
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