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Sontronics Highlighting New STC-80, Company’s First Dynamic Microphone, At Winter NAMM ‘09

The STC-80 is designed to provide great results on vocals and speech but is equally at home recording guitar cabinets, snare drums and tom-toms.

By PSW Staff January 12, 2009

The new Sontronics STC-80 offers rugged construction and anti-slip body grooves

The new Sontronics STC-80 is the company’s first dynamic microphone and is a natural addition to its line condenser mic, including the STC-5 and the recently released STC-6. All of these microphones and more products will be featured at the Sontronics Booth (#7123, Hall A) at Winter NAMM ‘09 at the Anaheim Convention Center.

The STC-80 is designed to provide great results on vocals and speech but is equally at home recording guitar cabinets, snare drums and tom-toms. It offers the same rugged construction and the anti-slip body grooves as the new STC-6 condenser mic.

The STC-80 is supplied with a mic clip in a sturdy aluminium flight case for protection while on the road.

STC-80 Technical Data
Response: 50Hz – 15kHz
Sensitivity: -42dB ±2dB
Polar pattern: Cardioid
Impedance: ≤200 Ohms
Equivalent noise level: -24dB (A-weighted)
Max SPL (for 0.5% THD @ 1,000Hz): 140dB
Connector: Three-pin XLR

For more information:
Sontronics USA Website

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