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AKG BX25 vs BX25E
Old 6th December 2013
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AKG BX25 vs BX25E

Does anyone know the difference?
Are they both stereo?
Thanks in advance.
Old 6th December 2013
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They are all stereo as far as I know (unless one of the coils dies, then many end with just mono unit, but not by design). If mics have anything to do with it, E means XLR connectors . That's pure speculation on my behalf.... and rather incorrect, because my BX25 (non-e) has all XLRs .
Old 6th December 2013
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They are all stereo as far as I know (unless one of the coils dies, then many end with just mono unit, but not by design). If mics have anything to do with it, E means XLR connectors . That's pure speculation on my behalf.... and rather incorrect, because my BX25 (non-e) has all XLRs .
thanks matucha.
Ok so they are both stereo. Good to know.
Perhaps you are right about the meaning of the "E"?
Anyone else?
Old 7th December 2013
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No I'm not. It's perhaps some kind of revision, but it has nothing to do with the connectors (otherwise i'd have to deal with small tuchels).
Old 7th December 2013
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Maybe the answers are in this pdf document (from the AKG site...).
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