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Applied Microphone Technology

APPLIED MICROPHONE TECHNOLOGY ACC3 & ACC1October 2002—This multicondenser microphone system for accordion uses the latest components in micro-electronics 5/17/2004 8:00 AM Eastern

APPLIED MICROPHONE TECHNOLOGY SV & SVT
March 2005—Taking a different turn from its extensive line of instrument-specific mics, the SV (Studio Vocal) model from Applied Microphone Technology (www.appliedmic.com) is a large-diaphragm cardioid condenser with a stated a frequency response of 20 to 20k Hz. It’s finished in distinctive, bright “Hummer Yellow” and ships with a shock-mount and a protective case. Housed in a unique purple body, the SVT from Applied Microphone Technology is a multipattern tube condenser with a frequency response of 20 to 20k Hz.The mic ships with a shock-mount, cable and protective case.


APPLIED MICROPHONE TECHNOLOGY ACC3 & ACC1
October 2002—This multicondenser microphone system for accordion uses the latest components in micro-electronics for an ultralow mass, making placement easier than other systems. Housing most of the electronics outside of the accordion makes installation less complicated. With fewer holes to drill, it's easier and more dependable over many years of use. Its small size and low mass give users the ability to mount the mics permanently or temporarily.


AMT S25B DOUBLE BASS MIC
October 2000—AMT's S25B Bass Microphone is designed for acoustic double-bass. It uses a very tight pattern to get extra gain before feedback, while still maintaining the natural sound of the instrument. Its quick release mechanism makes it easy to attach in seconds—no retrofitting or permanent modification to instrument needed! Positioning this mic is simplified by a flex arm, which also makes it easier to mike the acoustic bass' wide variety of sweet spots (optimum sound areas)


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