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TransAudio Group Introducing BOCK 241 Vocal Tube Microphone At 2011 Winter NAMM

Offers high frequency flat or minus switch, dedicated cardioid operation, and outboard inductor based power supply to drive the tube circuitry

The TransAudio Group is introducing the new BOCK 241 mid-priced vocal tube microphone at the 2011 Winter NAMM show, and it will be on display at booth 6945.

The BOCK 241 updates the performance level of BOCK 151, bringing it closer to the top-selling BOCK 251. The 241 will replace the 151, at exactly the same price point.

The new mic features a high frequency flat or minus switch, dedicated cardioid operation, and outboard inductor based power supply to drive the vintage inspired tube circuitry.

Users will notice the 241 offers a similar look and feel to the BOCK 251 due to a revised body and head grille that better approximates the 251’s cherished sonic cardioid characteristics.

“David Bock is a driven inventor,” says Brad Lunde, president of TransAudio Group and worldwide distributor of BOCK Audio. “The 151 was a great microphone, but David found a way to make it even better. The 241 will be a welcome addition to any studio where first-rate vocals are recorded.”

The BOCK 241 is in stock and ready to ship. MSRP is $3,650.

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