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iJazziz/i Bistro Serves Up A-T Mics

New York (February 1, 2005)--The new Jazziz Bistro opened to rave reviews last month in Hollywood, FL, with the venue working hard to provide good dining and live music. Much of those live performances are captured via Audio-Technica microphones.
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New York (February 1, 2005)--The new Jazziz Bistro opened to rave reviews last month in Hollywood, FL, with the venue working hard to provide good dining and live music. Much of those live performances are captured via Audio-Technica microphones.

The current A-T mic complement at work in the JazzizBistro features many of the Artist Elite Series mics--AE6100 (x 6), AE5100 (x 6), and AE2500 (x 2)--along with longtime mics like the AT4060 (x 2), AT4050 (x 4), AT4033 (x 2), ATM35a (x 10), ATM25 (x 10), ATM29HE (x 4), and AT815ST (x 2). JAZZIZ Bistro plans to purchase additional A-T mics, including an Artist Elite 5000 Series Wireless System.

Jim Gabour, A/V consultant for the project, explained, "The JazzizBistro & Live Music venue is designed for state-of-the-art professional, studio-quality sound-capturing and reproduction. We wanted to both satisfy the absolute world-class musicians the Jazziz Bistro will have performing, and to excite the same level of jazzophile listening in the club." Gabour continued, "With the publishers of Jazziz magazine, we were looking for top-of-the-line microphones to capture the music and drive the performance area of the Bistro. We were all familiar with the variety and quality of Audio-Technica microphones, and after considering all the options, chose to use only A-T instruments throughout the venue."

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