Charles Harrigan of Greenville, SC is the winner of a premium Audio-Technica BP4025 stereo microphone ($749 MSRP) in the latest PSW Sweepstakes drawing.
In addition, Pam Crawford of Palm Harbor, FL also was selected as a winner in the same sweepstakes and is now the owner of an Audio-Technica AT8022 stereo microphone ($499 MSRP).
Congratulations to both Charles and Pam!
The next PSW Sweepstakes, where all readers are eligible to win just by entering, will be coming up soon.
Meanwhile, here’s more about the A-T mics awarded in the recent sweepstakes.
Designed for broadcast and professional recording, Audio-Technica’s BP4025 stereo condenser offers large-diaphragm capsules in an innovative coincident capsule configuration. This allows for a smaller housing while producing an X/Y stereo image with the spatial impact and realism of a live sound field.
The BP4025 delivers excellent channel separation, pristine sound quality, and exceptionally low noise. It offers switchable low-frequency roll-off and a 10 dB pad.
Audio-Technica’s versatile AT8022 is designed for easy use with either consumer or professional gear. The microphone operates on either battery or phantom power, and is supplied with two cables for use with either pro equipment offering XLR inputs, or with consumer gear equipped with 3.5 mm TRS input.
It offers switchable low-frequency roll-off and the convenience of battery or phantom power.
For more information, go to www.audiotechnica.com