CQS/8 and CQS/3 Stereo mics for piano, concert harp & smaller acoustic keyboard instruments
The CQS/8 comprises two 8” (20 cm) Tape mics each with their own low noise preamplifier providing two separate low-
The CQS/3 comprises two 3” (8 cm) Tape mics and is suitable for smaller harps and acoustic keyboards instruments
The products described here relate only to miking acoutic instruments in general. For using C-
CQM/8 and CQM/3 Acoustic instrument mics
The CQM/8 comprises one low noise 8” (20 cm) Tape mic, and the CQM/3 comprises one low noise 3” (8 cm) Tape mic; each mic has an integral low-
The 3” (8 cm) Tape mic of the CQM/3 accommodates smaller acoustic instruments, such as violin, viola, banjo, etc. whereas the 8” (20 cm) Tape mic of the CQM/8 is suited to micing guitar or double bass, for instance.
The CQ Professional range of C-
Four versions of the CQ series are available: The CQS and CQ2 use two Tape mics (for acoustic keyboards and the harp family) with the CQS keeping the Tape outputs separate, for stereo and for independent EQ of each mic. The CQ2 combines the mic outputs to a monofeed. Each can be supplied with either two 8” (20 cm) or two 3” (8 cm) Tape mics (see below).
The Gigster can be supplied with one 8” (20 cm) Tape mic (for Guitar, double bass, for instance), or one 3” (8 cm) Tape for smaller instruments (banjo, violin etc.).
A version of the Gigster is also available with two 8” (20 cm) Tape mics for the piano or concert harp, and two 3” (8 cm) Tape mics for smaller harps
B1000/8 or B1000/3
B2000/8 or B2000/3
CQM/8 or CQM/3
CQS/8 or CQS/3
CQ2/8 or CQ2/3