AMT TA2 Double Microphone for Soprano Saxophone
The AMT TA2 Double Microphone System for soprano saxophone. The Ta2 is the perfect choice for a player that primarily performs on soprano saxophone and is looking for the perfect balance of sound that is generated from over the top of the instrument and from in front of the bell.
The Ta2 is the # 1 choice for top professionals that look for the
most natural sound reproduction possible from a clip on microphone. All
versions of the Ta2 now include updated features including D.C.T.
(Disconnect Cable Technology) with the ability to connect to AMT wireless systems and other major brands.
AVAILABLE MODELS: (Ta2i, Ta2, Ta2 Studio)
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. Phantom power required. Includes leather carrying pouch.
The Ta2 comes complete with the BP45 belt pack style preamp, case, and
AMT disconnecting cable technology to allow the microphone to be used
wireless with the AMT Wi5IIC, Shure or Sabine Wireless. Sennheiser
cable sold separately. Power by phantom power or one AA Battery. Includes hard plastic case.
The Ta2 Studio comes complete with the AP Studio preamp, case, and AMT disconnecting cable technology to allow the microphone to be used wireless with the AMT Wi5IIC. Shure, Sabine, and Sennheiser cables sold separately. Power by phantom power or one 9volt battery. Includes hard plastic case.For more information on preamp choices click HERE.
All versions of the TA2 now include a variety of updated features including AMT’s new D.C.T. (Disconnect Cable Technology) and the ability to connect to the Quantum 7 and Wi5IIC Wireless system. Principal artist or soloist microphone setup. Both microphone's are suspended in a 4 point isolation ring reducing key and handling noise. Phantom power or AA battery required.
The TA2 comes in four versions. (TA2 , TA2 Studio, TA2W - Shure, TA2W -
Sennheiser) All of the microphones are identical. The decision
between the versions comes when you choose between wireless, hardwired,
and / or require both.