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The Miktek PM10 super cardioid, dynamic microphone features a custom designed, neodymium capsule element offering extremely clear and articulate sound reproduction. The PM10’s frequency response is full and robust and has been contoured to snare and tom-toms. Plus, the capsule’s unique labyrinth design provides ultimate rear rejection and maximum gain before feedback, so your snare and toms cut though the PA. The PM10 is an excellent choice for conga, timbale, hand-drums and other percussion as well. With high SPL capabilities the PM10 can easily accommodate the loudest drummers and can even be used to mic up loud guitar amps and brass instruments. The PM10’s steel grill and die cast body ensure durability and reliability night after night. The PM 10 can be set upon a traditional mic stand, or use the included clip to quickly attached the microphone to your snare or tom rim. The ultra sleek, silver finish with stainless steel and black appointments make the PM10 an attractive complement to any drum kit. The Miktek PM10 Snare/Tom microphone will reproduce the sound of your kit faithfully, delivering solid backbeat and dramatic fills.


Theatre Consoles

...your on a budget but they are not great sounding boards and are really average when it comes to features. PM10 looks interesting but not really geared towards theaters. M32/x32/O1V/StudioLive/SI/ect. are functionally deficient for demanding theater work. All of those console wouldn't even make it half way through my standard input list. yes you can...

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Most overkill consoles of all time

Interesting - three of those Rivage's would have been specified by me (all for the same venue no less). While you may find the CL5 overkill and wonder how anyone could need anything more - well, I have an answer. This was for a project in Mumbai that had something like 500 inputs...

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Small mixers that can do 96KHz

...of MADI gear. I asked around at the AES convention in NYC a few months ago. Yamaha did say the PM10 supports 96k though that's really a live sound desk. The rep said they're likely to be slowly rolling out 96k capability in their other future mixers too. Maybe there is hope. Of course...

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