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AKG Introduces the new Perception Live Series

United States
18 September 2009 — In an introduction that takes the industry leading sound quality of the Perception series microphone one step further, AKG is releasing the new Perception Live series microphones at the PLASA show this September.

The Perception mics are already one of the best studio mics worldwide, and with the release of the Perception Live series, AKG reaffirms itself as the leader in live performance miking applications.

The Perception Live series consists of various vocal and instrument microphones. The two P 3 and P 5 vocal microphones, with cardioid and super-cardiod characteristics, provide the perfect sound for vocalists onstage; and the new P 4 is an instrument mic designed for optimal use with drums, amps, and wind instruments. The new P 2 rounds out the series, offering an integrated hum bucking coil for an effective elimination of interfering noises (P 2 and P 4).

“The new Perception Live series is the most comprehensive and well rounded microphone line released by AKG to date,” said Thomas Umbauer Product Manager AKG Acoustics. “Whether they are being used for live sound performances or in the studio for broadcasting, they are perfectly suited to improve sound quality in any situation.”

For on stage performances, the Perception Live microphones feature an indestructible metal casing, a rugged spring steel microphone grill, an appealing and scratch resistant finish, high maximum SPL and powerful sound for any venue.
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