Kinsman, the affordable musical instrument accessories brand, has broadened its horizons by adding three dynamic microphones to its extensive range of cases, bags, stands, lights and more.
The Kinsman KM001 Dynamic Microphone (£19.99 UK RRP), KM002 Unidirectional Dynamic Microphone (£24.99 UK RRP) and KM003 Unidirectional Dynamic Microphone (£39.99 UK RRP) all provide crystal clear vocal reproduction in an ergonomic design.
Suitable for a variety of applications – onstage, recording, conferences, places of worship, etc. – the three mics all deliver the voice's natural sound while producing a warm, rounded tone, and they are also ideal for miccing up other instruments like brass, woodwind and strings.
The mics all come with a 5-metre Jack to XLR cable, and the KM003 also comes in a practical hard shell case with another soft, padded carry bag inside, and a mic clip – all you need to get out and get yourself heard.
KM001 Kinsman Dynamic Microphone specs:
KM002 Kinsman Unidirectional Dynamic Microphone specs:
KM003 Kinsman Unidirectional Dynamic Microphone specs:
Kinsman is distributed worldwide exclusively by John Hornby Skewes & Co. Ltd. For more information, visit the JHS website.
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