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Tascam has added two new models to its growing range of microphones – TM-70 and TM-82.
The TM-70 is a dynamic microphone that is an outstanding choice for live broadcasts, podcasting, film dialogue and audio streaming. Designed as a unique hybrid of super-cardioid and dynamic elements, the TM-70 suppresses ambient noise and is ideally tuned to the nuances of the human voice. With its distinctive directivity and a frequency range of 30 Hz to 20 kHz, this mic captures what it is aimed at and effectively emphasises it. As a result, the user gets a clean, clear audio signal with first-class speech intelligibility.
The Tascam TM-70 comes with a suspension shock-mount to reduce low-frequency rumble, a mic cable, and a table-top stand – everything needed to set up at one’s desktop and immediately start recording.
The TM-82 features a unidirectional cardioid pattern specifically suited for speech, vocals and acoustic instruments. Thanks to excellent reproduction quality over a frequency range from 50 Hz to 20 kHz, it can be used equally well for recordings and live performances. The cardioid pattern reduces the risk of feedback and also produces a moderate proximity effect that can give vocals and other sound sources a particularly warm “bottom”. Furthermore, the microphone is easy to handle as it does not require phantom power.
The TM-82’s robust metal construction and proven electrical concept make it a reliable companion for musicians, rental companies or municipal event venues for many years.
The TM-70 has the SRP of £79.00 / €85.00 and the TM-82 has the SRP of £42.00 / €45.00. Both products are available from the end of January.
TASCAM is the professional audio/video division of TEAC Corporation and produces the most comprehensive line of audio recorders, mixers and related equipment in the professional audio industry. TASCAM has offices in Germany, Japan, Mexico, UK, US and Latin America.
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