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CharterOak Introduces New H1000 Large Diaphragm Condenser Microphone

March 20th, 2012 Posted in News, newsletter

Enfield, CT — CharterOak announces the introduction of the new H1000 large diaphragm condenser microphone.

This H1000 is designed to be a dedicated vocal microphone that will appeal to engineers with vintage tastes, who also want high headroom clarity and detail. The H1000 has a focused mid-range and very big sound stage. The high voltage head amplifier and S-1 capsule provides extremely high head room, very nice detail without being harsh, and a robust bottom end. The microphone comes fitted with a 6dB per octave low end roll off starting at 100Hz and 10dB attenuator.

The microphone’s large body size is a result of large components used in the design such as the microphone’s Lundahl transformer and 400V polypropylene film capacitors. The microphone is free of unwanted body resonance as a result of the use of new powder coatings that solve the problem.

CharterOak has remained dedicated to providing outstanding sound, build quality, and unmatched customer service and technical support.

The company’s founder, a recording engineer and producer with 20 years experience, maintains his vision to provide the level of quality and service that he always wanted to receive as an end user. From this vision, CharterOak developed Adapt(SM) – Create Your Own Classic microphone customization service, Tips & Tricks posted online, 7-day phone and web support to assist in matching the correct microphone with the correct application and a Lifetime Guarantee against manufacturing defects on all CharterOak products.

About CharterOak Acoustic Devices

Founded in 2002, CharterOak Acoustic Devices designs and manufactures exceptionally high quality audio devices for the recording and broadcast industries. The company’s mission is to provide distinctive sound and extreme durability, and to create microphones uniquely suited for today’s recording environments. All CharterOak products are guaranteed for life. Current customers include industry leading professionals such as Mike Chapman (Blondie, Divynls), John Fischbach (Stevie Wonder, Carole King, War) Don Miller (Ben Folds, John Mayer, Natalie Merchant), Emmy winning film composer Brian Keane, and broadcast icon SIRIUS Satellite Radio.



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