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Audio-Technica Microphones Capture Sound For Vice Presidential Debate
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Vice president Joe Biden and Republican vice presidential nominee Rep. Paul Ryan at the debate on October 11, 2012, using A-T ES935ML6 MicroLine condenser gooseneck mics and AT898cW wireless lavaliers with 5000 Series wireless. (Photo by David Goldman/AP Photo.) A larger version of this image is below.

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Audio-Technica microphones were utilized for both candidates as well as the moderator at the 2012 Vice Presidential debate on October 11 at Centre College in Danville, KY.

Products used included A-T’s Engineered Sound ES935ML6 MicroLine condenser gooseneck microphones on vice president Joe Biden and Republican vice presidential nominee Rep. Paul Ryan.

Two AT898cW Subminiature cardioid condenser lavalier microphones with 5000 Series wireless were used for moderator Martha Raddatz, while BP4071 Line + Gradient condenser mics were used to capture room ambience. 

Backup mics at the event included AT898cW wireless lavaliers and AEW-T5400 handheld transmitters with 5000 Series wireless for the candidates, and AT898 wired lavalier mics for Raddatz.

Larry Estrin of Best Audio in Studio City, CA, serves as audio and production communications director for the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) and has chosen to use Audio-Technica microphones at these landmark events.



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