Schoeps CMC 6 xt Mic Body

Becka, Kevin
August 2003
Mix;Aug2003, Vol. 27 Issue 9, p112
Product Review
Evaluates the CMC 6 xt microphone body from Schoeps company in the U.S. Features of the microphone; Usability of the microphone; Retail price.


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