The New Bock Audio 241 Studio Tube Condenser Bridges The Sonic Dell Between The 151 And The Famed 251
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – 7th JANUARY 2011: TransAudio Group introduces the new BOCK 241 mid-priced vocal tube microphone at this year’s NAMM show. The BOCK 241 updates the performance level of BOCK 151 bringing it closer to the top-selling BOCK 251. The new BOCK 241 features a high frequency flat or minus switch, dedicated cardioid operation, and outboard inductor based power supply to drive the vintage inspired tube circuitry. Users will notice the 241 offers a similar look and feel to the BOCK 251 due to a revised body and head grille that better approximates the 251’s cherished sonic cardioid characteristics. The 241 will replace the 151 at exactly the same price point
“David Bock is a driven inventor,” said Brad Lunde, president of TransAudio Group and worldwide distributor of BOCK Audio. “The 151 was a great microphone, but David found a way to make it even better. The 241 will be a welcome addition to any studio where first-rate vocals are recorded.”
The BOCK 241 is in stock and ready to ship. MSRP: $3,650.00
BOCK AUDIO, established in 2007, builds the personal designs developed over the last eleven years by mic expert David Bock in Los Angeles, California.
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