Beyerdynamic MCS 20 package in like new condition.
In mint condition.
(2) MCS 20
(2) MCS 223
(18) MCS 221
(4) Flight Cases
(3) Flight Cases Filled with the following:
(1) Bundle of CA 18xx
(1) Bundle Connecting cable,8-pin
(1) Renk Connector
Since 1924 beyerdynamic has remained a German family owned company with a commitment to continuous research and innovative developments for the audio market. All over the world beyerdynamic is known for the use of the latest technologies and a high quality standard - Made in Germany. Today the family owned company beyerdynamic is one of the leading audio specialists. Due to decades of experience and our commitment to continuous research and innovative developments, our microphones, headphones, wireless systems and conference systems enjoy a high reputation throughout the world. Our products are used in studios, live productions, TV and radio stations, theatres, musicals, meetings and conferences world-wide. 1948 the company moved from Berlin to Heilbronn. The first building was a former officer's mess in the Bismarckstrasse. In 1960 the company moved into larger buildings in the Theresienstrasse where today 260 people develop and produce innovative products for an ever growing number of customers. Careful and meticulous attention is paid to research and development of new products for today's rapidly changing markets. In 1998 beyerdynamic presented the first wireless conference system for more effective conferences. We continued to develop this technology and since 2001 we offer the MCW-Digital, the first digital wireless conference system that is used successfully in many banks, congress centres and council chambers all over the world.
Microphones are, along with speakers, the most essential component of any communication system. Basically, microphones are a type of acoustic-to-electric transducer, which is able to deliver sound to a remote receiver either through a cable, or more commonly nowadays, wirelessly, by converting the sound input into an electrical signal. Today, microphones are used for numerous different applications. Microphones can be found inside our telephones, radios, computers, hearing aids etc, and then thereâ??s the stage mic, an essential item for any stage or television performer. A modern mic can actually use a range of techniques to record sound and convert it into an electrical signal that the receiver can convert into sound. One of the most common types of microphone, the dynamic microphone, uses electromagnetic induction. Dynamic mics are actually very simple in design and have few moving parts, which is one of the reasons they are so popular, as this feature makes them a lot more rugged than other types, such as the condenser microphone, which are able to record a wider sound frequency yet are far more fragile. Dynamic microphones are ideal for recording the sound produced by loud guitars, drums and amps, thanks to their ability to withstand high SPLs. However, this design incorporates a wire coil and thick diaphragm which makes them unable to pick up the highest sound frequencies. When the ability to pick up higher sound frequencies is required, a condenser microphone is the preferred option for musicians and technicians alike. Condenser microphones work differently to dynamic microphones, as they use capacitance rather than electromagnetic induction to pick up audio. The downside is that this system requires more vulnerable parts to be used, and so these mics can be damaged fairly easily. Other types of microphone are also available for specialist applications, including the wireless microphone, electret microphones, laser microphones and fiber optic microphones.