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CharterOak Intros New E700 Condenser Mic

Enfield , CT (May 2, 2006)--CharterOak Acoustic Devices will introduce their new E700 solid-state condenser microphone at the upcoming AES Paris show, where they'll be exhibiting at Booth #1314.
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Enfield , CT (May 2, 2006)--CharterOak Acoustic Devices will introduce their new E700 solid-state condenser microphone at the upcoming AES Paris show, where they'll be exhibiting at Booth #1314.

The E700 debuted at the AES show in New York last October, and dealers began shipping the E700 model last November. The E700 (street price $999) maintains the build quality and distinctive sound for which all CharterOak models are known. The E700 microphone ships in a flight case complete with shock mount and the standard CharterOak Lifetime Warranty.

The CharterOak E700 is a dual diaphragm solid-state condenser microphone, which employs pure class A head amp electronics and CharterOak's S4 capsule type, consisting of two 1.22" gold sputtered Mylar diaphragms. While this microphone is suitable for universal recording applications, its rich sound and low noise floor make it particularly appropriate for the broadcast and voice over environments. The E700 offers three selectable polar patterns and a two-step attenuation switch offering -10 and -20 dB pads. The E700 provides clear and detailed highs and smooth low-end characteristics.

Visitors of AES will have the opportunity to view and audition CharterOak microphones on site to experience first hand, the quality hand-assembled and ear tested microphones. At the show will be the SA538 side address dual diaphragm vacuum tube condenser microphone, which employs the center terminated S-1 capsule type; the SA538B, a side address dual diaphragm vacuum tube condenser microphone, which employs the side terminated S-2 capsule type; the S600 front address vacuum tube condenser sold in sequentially numbered pairs which employ the S-3 capsule type, and CharterOak's first solid-state condenser microphone, the E700.

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