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EV (Electro-Voice) is featuring its Cobalt microphones at NAMM. Not only are Cobalt microphones attractive, they also contain EV’s radical neodymium-based magnet structure. Extended frequency response, increased power output and remarkable vocal intelligibility are now available in Cobalt, a new line that offers even greater performance than competitive models in live sound environments.

EV’s Cobalt vocal and instrument microphones provide professional-quality performance at a price that working musicians can afford. Whether you’re a lead vocalist or miking an antique dobro, a vintage guitar amp, bass amp, brass or percussion, Cobalt microphones keep your tone "intact."

Additionally, all Cobalt microphones come packaged in EV’s unique, rugged carrying case and gig bag - perfect for the rigors of the road. Cobalt styling also adds to the production of any concert or performance.

Co9 Premium Vocal Microphone:

The Co9 is destined to become a favorite among vocalists across musical genres. Regardless of the live performance application, sound technicians and engineers will feel confident with this mic. A slight bass roll-off and accentuated mid range make this a superb, world-class sound transducer.

Key product features include a dynamic neodymium element, cardioid polar pattern for superior feedback rejection and acoustic isolation with a frequency response of 50Hz to 18kHz. The sensitivity is -50.0 dBV.

Co7 Crossroad Vocal Microphone:

Whether you’re traveling on tour or getting serious in the studio, the Co7 is the perfect choice for the performer who wants hassle-free sound. In high-volume situations or under the critical demands of today’s recording studios, the Co7 performs without the feedback problems of competitive models. Built to the same standards as EV’s

N/DYM microphones, this mic’s low handling noise and versatility also make it ideal in critical acoustic settings.

Key product features include a dynamic neodymium element, cardioid polar pattern for superior feedback rejection and acoustic isolation and a frequency response of 50Hz to 18kHz. The sensitivity is –50.0 dBV.

Co5 Classic Vocal Microphone:

Designed for the performer who prefers a careful balance of highs, midrange and bass, the Co5 offers exceptional vocal intelligibility with controlled proximity effect. Got the blues? Pull out your harp. With the Co5 you get clarity and power when you want it. This dynamic cardioid microphone with neodymium magnet structure, a frequency response of 50Hz to 15kHz, sensitivity of –51.0 dBV and low-Z balance of 600 ohms, is all rock ‘n’ roll.

The Co4 Instrument Microphone:

The Co4 is the newest addition to the Cobalt line. It was designed to yield outstanding performance in applications requiring the miking of acoustic and electric instruments, as well as vocal performances.

The Co4 uses a dynamic neodymium element with a cardioid pattern-excellent for stage or studio - providing a frequency response of 50Hz – 18kHz with a sensitivity of –51.0 dBV. The Co4 also features a unique "floating head" construction. The Co4 capsule is encased in a die-cast zinc inner housing that is shock-mounted in a zinc outer housing. This gives the Co4 tremendous durability combined with superb shock isolation. Yet, the Co4 maintains a small profile that makes it perfect for tight miking applications such as drum kits. Excellent for stage or studio, the Co4’s versatility will make it a "must have" in any microphone mix.

Electro-Voice is a professional audio brand of Telex Communications, Inc., a leader in the design, manufacture and marketing of sophisticated audio, wireless, multimedia, aircraft, broadcast and communications equipment for commercial, professional and industrial customers. Telex Communications markets its products in more than 80 countries under the brands EV, Telex, RTS‰, Dynacord, Midas, Klark Teknik, University and others.

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