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Trident Audio

TRIDENT AUDIO LDC-77October 2003—Trident Audio's LDC-77 large-diaphragm condenser mic delivers that seriously warm, vintage, analog tone that recent-day 5/14/2004 8:00 AM Eastern

TRIDENT AUDIO LDC-77
October 2003—Trident Audio's LDC-77 large-diaphragm condenser mic delivers that seriously warm, vintage, analog tone that recent-day products never get close to. The product is assembled in Trident's UK factory and incorporates Trident electronics. The LDC-77 has three switchable patterns—figure-8, omni and hypercardioid—a -20dB pad and a low-frequency roll-off. The LDC-77 comes in a flight case with shockmounting holder and accessories and is available now. Retail: $550.

TRIDENT AUDIO M-101
October 2003—Unlike other low-cost condenser mics, the large-diaphragm condenser M-101 is assembled in England at the Trident factory and calibrated to ensure a high quality that is both repeatable and optimum. The M-101 has figure-8, omni and hypercardioid patterns; a -20dB pad; and LF roll-off. The electronics are John Oram–designed and feature his remarkably low-noise technology. The M-101 comes in a flight case with shockmounting and accessories, and is now available. Retail: $495.

January

2015 NAMM Show

Anaheim Convention Center, 800 West Katella Avenue , Anaheim, CA, U.S.

February

Grammy Awards

The Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA, U.S.

March