The latest addition to the Milab product family is the DC-96C, a side-addressed large membrane microphone designed mainly for studio work, but also for many live applications. The DC-96C is the latest version of the classic DC-96 series - originally released in 1967 - and has been updated with the latest technology. It shares most of its components, including the capsule, with the DC-196, but like previous DC-96 versions, it is cardioid only and has a single layer mesh grid.
The DC-96C is suitable for a wide range of applications, including studio vocals, acoustic guitar and piano, hi-hats and overheads, guitar amps and more.
* Hand built in Sweden
* Large rectangular condenser capsule
* 12 dB(A) self noise
* 12 dB attenuation pad
* 144 dB max. SPL
* Gold plated XLR-connector
* Individual frequency chart
* Stand adaptor
The DC-96C will be presented at Prolight + Sound in Frankfurt, March 24-27. Visit Milab in Hall 8.0, booth A47.
Like all Milab models, the DC-96C comes with a lifetime warranty.
The history of Milab Microphones goes all the way back to 1939 when founder Rune Rosander started building microphones. More than 70 years later, all Milab microphones are still built entirely by hand in Sweden. Every microphone is measured independently and shipped with an individual frequency chart. All new Milab microphones come with a lifetime warranty.
March 24 marks the opening of the enormous tradeshows Prolight + Sound and Musikmesse in Frankfurt, Germany. Milab Microphones will exhibit together with the Milab distributor for Germany and Switzerland - FBM Audio.
Most of the Milab product range will be on display, and you may be in for a small surprise - more about that later...
Take this opportunity to have a chat with marketing manager Mattias Strömberg and R&D manager Per Ove Almeflo. If you want to book a formal meeting, please don't hesitate to contact us for an appointment.
Welcome to Milab and FBM Audio in hall 8.0 booth A47!
Swedish rock band Backyard Babies is currently on an international tour with upcoming gigs in several European countries and Japan. Sound engineer Oscar Söderlund of Parashoot is FOH and uses mostly Milab mics, including VM-44:s, DC-96B:s, DC-196:s and the BDM-01 kick drum condenser.
Backyard Babies has been one of the biggest acts in Sweden for more than 20 years and won a Grammy for their 2003 album 'Stockholm Syndrome'. Their song 'Minus Celsius' appeared in Guitar Hero III.