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MXL Introduces USB Microphones

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Marshall Pro AV will debut its new line of Professional Series USB microphones at InfoComm 2010 in Las Vegas, NV. The launch includes several new consumer and business-oriented USB microphones with plug and play features and retail-friendly packaging.

Under Marshall’s MXL brand, the company will unveil the MXL Pro 1B, their first microphone designed specifically for video chats, web conferencing and podcasting. The MXL Pro 1B works with any over-the-internet communication service like ooVoo, Skype, AIM and iChat and offers consumers plug and play mobility and high quality audio.

MXL’s new Professional Series will also include a ground-breaking web conferencing mic kit with a state-of-the-art USB conferencing microphone and echo-cancellation box. “Echo and feedback have been a lingering problem in web conferencing for years,” explains Goldstein. “It can ruin what otherwise would be a productive conference call. MXL has a solution that eliminates this problem so conferencing calls can finally be a cost-saving reality for large and small businesses.”

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