Mercury Recording Launches M76m Studio Mic Amps

Las Vegas, NV (December 7, 2004)--Mercury Recording Equipment has launched its M76m studio microphone amplifiers. Designed and built in the tradition of the Telefunken Studio-Mikrofonversarker V76m of the late 1950s and early '60s, the dual-channel M76m features all-tube and all-transformer circuitry and adds several features not found on the original classic.
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Las Vegas, NV (December 7, 2004)--Mercury Recording Equipment has launched its M76m studio microphone amplifiers. Designed and built in the tradition of the Telefunken Studio-Mikrofonversarker V76m of the late 1950s and early '60s, the dual-channel M76m features all-tube and all-transformer circuitry and adds several features not found on the original classic.

New features include a high/low impedance select and an output fader. Front-panel features also include stepped input attenuation (Gain) 0 to 60 dB, backlit illumination for gain like the original, as well as 0 to 10 dB fine gain, phase reverse, a direct input connection and 48V phantom power on/off.

TransAudio Group (Las Vegas, NV) has been appointed to handle all sales, marketing and distribution in the U.S. for Mercury Recording.

Mercury Recording (dist. by TransAudio Group)
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