Microphone and Subwoofer Review Lincoln NE

In the following article, you will learn some information about microphone and subwoofer products in Lincoln. These products are from MXL Microphones and Electro-Voice.

Best Buy
(402) 464-1820
400 N 48th St
Lincoln, NE
Midland Suppliers Incorporated
(402) 466-4000
5800 N 58th St Ste 4
Lincoln, NE
Metro TV-Audio Tech
(402) 466-9090
4504 W St
Lincoln, NE
True Power Electric
(402) 304-5182
6335 Seward Ave
Lincoln, NE
Blue Sky Satellite
(402) 464-6444
4817 N 56th St Ste 36
Lincoln, NE
Reliable Tv
(402) 423-8555
Po Box 5831
Lincoln, NE
Autosounds of Lincoln Incorporated
(402) 466-4400
4720 O St
Lincoln, NE
Radio Shack
(402) 488-3247
4848 Van Dorn St
Lincoln, NE
All-Tronix & Tv Service
(402) 476-8164
1364 S 33rd St
Lincoln, NE
Loup Electronics Incorporated
(402) 464-7131
2960 N 38th St # 100
Lincoln, NE

Microphone and Subwoofer Review

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Source: PRO AV Magazine
Publication date: April 1, 2008

By ProAV Staff


The V88 studio microphone from MXL Microphones, the pro audio division of Marshall Electronics, is a large-diaphragm, pressure-gradient, condenser mic with a balanced transformerless output. Internally wired with Mogami cable, it features a 32mm capsule with a gold-sputtered diaphragm and a cardioid polar pattern. The V88 has a frequency response of 20 Hz to 20 kHz and has a nickel-plated finish and a low profile form factor of less than 6 inches. The microphone ships in a protective aluminum flight case and comes with a shockmount adapter.
Price: $349.
MXL Microphones.


The SB2A 12-inch powered subwoofer from Electro-Voice, a division of Bosch Communications, eliminates the need for external system processing and amplification, the company says. Featuring dual 350-watt amplifiers, the SB2A's switch-able powered output—with a top high-pass of 60 Hz and a sub low-pass of 200 Hz—can drive an external 8-ohm passive subwoofer or a full-range loudspeaker. The SB2A is housed in an injection-molded enclosure and weighs 35 pounds.
Price: $1,190.

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