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AKG C 414 XLS and C 414 XL II Microphones

AKG showcases its versatility with the release of the C 414 XLS and the C 414 XL II
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AKG C 414 XLS and C 414 XL II Microphones

Oct 8, 2009 10:08 AM

AKG showcases its versatility with the release of the C 414 XLS and the C 414 XL II. The new C 414 XLS and the C 414 XLII offer nine pickup patterns that enable them to provide the perfect setting for every application. For live-sound applications and fixed installations, all controls can be disabled easily for trouble-free use, and the peak-hold LED displays even the shortest overload peaks. Both mics have three switchable bass cut filters as well as three pre-attenuation levels that allow lead vocals and solo instruments to be placed in even the densest mixes.

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