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MXL Microphones, the professional audio division of Marshall Electronics, is pleased to announce the new V67Q Stereo Microphone. An outstanding choice for recording live performances, capturing room sound, or used as an overhead microphone on drums, piano, and other instruments, the new V67Q is MXL's latest addition to the ever-popular V67 Series microphone family.

As a studio quality stereo condenser microphone, the new V67Q features dual 22mm capsules with gold sputtered diaphragms aligned in a 90-degree XY configuration. With electrically balanced output and low self noise, this pressure-gradient stereo condenser microphone produces a smooth, even frequency response ranging from 30 Hz-20 kHz, enabling the microphone to capture all the subtleties of a musical performance. Additionally, the V67Q is internally wired with Mogami cable to further ensure the most pristine signal transfer.

Being a stereo microphone, the new MXL V67Q excels in its ability to provide exceptional stereo imaging and features two discrete left and right signal paths to minimize crosstalk. The new V67Q includes a ten foot, 5-pin cable that breaks out to two 3 pin XLR cables.

Like other members of the V67 Series, the new V67Q features a green body with a gold head grille for a classic look. Further, the microphone's head grille is specially designed to protect the sensitive capsules from wind noise, plosives, and other popping-type sounds—further contributing to a warm, open sound that is ideal for numerous recording applications.

The new MXL V67Q Stereo Microphone ships with a protective pouch, and the stereo breakout cable. For stand mounting, a microphone stand clip adapter is included.

MXL's new V67Q Stereo Microphone carries an MSRP of $299.95. The microphone is expected to be available Q4 of 2007.

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