AMT Ta2i Double Microphone System for Soprano Saxophone

AMT Ta2i Double Microphone System for Soprano Saxophone

AMT Ta2i Double Microphone System for Soprano Saxophone

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The AMT Ta2i Double Microphone System for Soprano Saxophone is a good choice for a player that primarily performs on a soprano saxophone and is looking for balance of sound that is generated from over the top of the instrument and from in front of the bell. It is suitable for professionals looking for a natural sound reproduction from a clip-on microphone. The microphone includes D.C.T. (Disconnect Cable Technology) with the ability to connect the Wi5IIC creating a belt pack free wireless system.

With a change of cable (sold separately) you can convert your Ta2i from an Inline style preamp over to a wireless setup quickly and easily. This is a good choice for soft to loud music for a principal artist, ensemble setting, or as a soloist. The microphone is suspended in a 4-point isolation ring reducing key and handling noise. Phantom power is required for use with the Ta2i models.The Ta2i comes complete with the Inline preamp, carry pouch, and AMT disconnecting cable technology to allow the microphone to be used wireless with the AMT Wi5IIC, Shure Line 6, or Sabine Wireless. Sennheiser cable sold separately.

D.C.T. (Disconnect Cable Technology)
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AMT Ta2i Double Microphone System for Soprano Saxophone
  • Inline Preamp
  • Carry Pouch
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty on Parts & Labor
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