With 10,000 units already sold, the HHB FlashMic is now established as the portable recorder of choice with journalists and news organizations worldwide. Recognizing the growing demand for information about the groundbreaking digital recording microphone, HHB has developed a dedicated FlashMic website packed with product details, user information, technical information, software downloads and video content.
Accessible at www.flashmic.info, the site is updated regularly with FlashMic user news from around the world, recent examples of which include the acquisition of more than three-hundred interviews in Iceland for a radio documentary series, use of the FlashMic by German public broadcaster NDR, and footage of actor Jamie Foxx showing off his FlashMic on Jay Leno's Tonight Show.
Alongside the extensive product information on the site, visitors can download the user manual in full for a complete overview of functionality, while existing users can access the latest FlashMic software and firmware, and the latest version of FlashMic Manager, the Mac/PC application used to configure the FlashMic off-line. The site also includes answers to a series of frequently asked questions, a feature that will be particularly interesting to new users.
Commenting on the launch of the new site, HHB managing director Ian Jones says, "The FlashMic is the easiest way to record and transfer high-quality audio content, so it gets used in all sorts of different applications. We built the new website as a place where we can share the experiences of FlashMic users, while also providing detailed FlashMic information and updates."
A German language version of the site will be accessible soon, with other languages coming on line in the near future.
ABOUT HHB Founded in 1976, HHB Communications is Europe's leading supplier of professional audio technology, and a world leader in the development and production of digital recording products and recording media.
HHB products are distributed exclusively in the United States, Mexico, Central and South America, and the Caribbean by Sennheiser Electronic Corporation, located in Old Lyme, Connecticut. HHB joins a list of distinguished audio brands distributed by Sennheiser, including Neumann microphones and Klein + Hummel studio systems.