CharterOak Intros New E700 FET

Enfield, CT (October 31, 2005)--CharterOak Acoustic Devices' new E700 FET condenser microphone employs two 1.22-inch gold sputtered Mylar diaphragms and pure class A head amp electronics. While this microphone is suitable for universal applications, its rich sound, low noise floor, and build quality make it particularly fitting for use in the broadcast and voice over environments. The E700 offers three selectable polar patterns and a two-step bass roll off.
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Enfield, CT (October 31, 2005)--CharterOak Acoustic Devices' new E700 FET condenser microphone employs two 1.22-inch gold sputtered Mylar diaphragms and pure class A head amp electronics. While this microphone is suitable for universal applications, its rich sound, low noise floor, and build quality make it particularly fitting for use in the broadcast and voice over environments. The E700 offers three selectable polar patterns and a two-step bass roll off.

"We deliberately kept a low profile thru 2004 to continue to perfect the sound quality through several hi-profile in-studio beta testers. This process has continued to prove to be our recipe for success as we continue to experience steady growth in sales," said CharterOak's VP of marketing.

Also on display last month at AES were the SA538 dual diaphragm condenser utilizing the center terminated S-1 capsule; the SA538B, a side address dual diaphragm vacuum tube condenser microphone which employs the side terminated S-2 capsule type and as a result provides extended bass response and smooth treble response; and the S600 front address vacuum tube condenser sold in pairs which employs the S-3 capsule and is said to be particularly effective when used in small rooms as a stereo overhead pair on the drum kit.

CharterOak Acoustic Devices
www.charteroakacoustics.com