Top-of-the-Line Handheld Mics

Petersen, George
January 2010
Mix;Jan2010, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p36
The article offers information on the significance of mics in vocal plays and music shows. As stated, the introduction of handheld mics have changed the entire scenario of musical performances and shows. It presents a list of several handheld microphones including model number AE3300 from Audio-Technica Corp., RE 510 from Electro-Voice Inc., and e965 from company Sunnheiser.


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