NAMM 2013: Nevaton MC50-QUAD, MC52-MS Microphones

Nevaton, a microphone manufacturer based in St. Petersburg, Russia, debuted two new microphones at NAMM 2013: the MC50-QUAD and MC52-MS large diaphragm condenser microphones. Nevaton designed both microphones based on the principle of a single-point source pickup that creates a three-dimensional sound image without phase-related anomalies.
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Nevaton MC50-QUAD

Nevaton, a microphone manufacturer based in St. Petersburg, Russia, debuted two new microphones at NAMM 2013: the MC50-QUAD and MC52-MS large diaphragm condenser microphones. Nevaton designed both microphones based on the principle of a single-point source pickup that creates a three-dimensional sound image without phase-related anomalies.

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Nevaton MC52-M/S

Both models employ Nevaton's proprietary transducers and Class-A amplification with 4 dBA self-noise and a dynamic range of more than 130 dB.

The MC50-QUAD offers 4-channel primary signal outputs for direct control of both dual 33mm capsules, positioned 90 degrees from each other.

The MC52-M/S is a single-mic solution for mid/side stereo recording technique. It uses two large dual diaphragm transducers with figure-8 and omni or cardioid (optional) patterns.

For more information, visit www.nevatonmics.us.

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