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Holophone's new mics offer a design that allows the user to quickly customize the mic's appearance on the fly by changing the casing, windscreen, and grille can be instantly.

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Holophone is introducing a new line of single-channel stage and studio microphones.

Designed for critical live, recording, and broadcast applications, the new Super C handheld supercardioid condenser is the first in a new line of customizable performance mics created by Holophone.

Combining ruggedness and low handling noise with ergonomic comfort, the Super C features the same proprietary capsule technology employed in Holophone’s surround microphones, including the H2-PRO, used for productions in Broadcast, Concert Sound, Film, and Music Recording.

Holophone’s new mics provide a design that allows the user to quickly customize the appearance on the fly. Each microphone’s casing, windscreen, and grille can be instantly changed to any of a wide range of custom colors, providing on-stage and on-camera visual versatility, as well as a whole new level of hygienic appeal.

With a retro-modern look and a distinctive, balanced ergonomic design, Holophone’s Super C series offers a precision fit and finish.

“We believe vocal performers and musicians want a more personalized, unique, and comfortable solution for their instrument,” says Holophone President and Founder Michael Godfrey. “Individuality and uniqueness are what they’re going to find in our products, backed by sonic quality and excellence in design.”

Hand assembled in Canada, the Super C includes a custom carrying case, microphone clip, and other accessories, and will be available for $499 MSRP. Holophone will be showcasing their entire new line of products - including a soon-to-be-announced top secret stage and studio mic - at NAMM 2013 in Anaheim, California January 24-27, 2013.



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