THE MOST INNOVATIVE CLOSE MIKING SYSTEM FOR AMPLIFIED INSTRUMENTS.
🔥 The sound alternative to traditional close-miking techniques.
🔥 Supercardioid microphone with an extended frequency range.
🔥 Designed to fit 10/12-inch speakers.
🔥 Balanced output.
🔥 Pressure tested at extreme volume.
🔥 Reduces distortion and feedback.
🔥 Consistent output quality.
🔥 Plug & play installation.
Easy installation with a fit and forgot concept, you can’t go wrong. Never mic up your amp ever again, simply attach the XLR to your mixing desk and onward to monitors or FOH PA.
The INTEGRAL is an alternative concept to traditional close cab miking techniques, meaning no need for dangling microphones or stands. Leaving a cleaner look on your setup!
Reduces wire mess on stage, saving more space leaving a more professional look. Accompanied by a professional sound.
Save time in setting up and remember time is money in the industry! It also makes life easier for the sound engineer.
The Integral is equipped with a high-quality super cardioid dynamic microphone, housed in the "pepper pot", strategically aimed off center of the speaker coil.
The mic outputs a true balanced analogue sound with an exceptional high/low full range frequency responses. Pressure tested at extreme volumes.
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"Save setup time and space on busy stages with this crafty guitar-amp miking solution!"
"There's a consistency of sound every time!"
"The advantages are so obvious one must ask why nobody has done this before!"
"Problems solved with Samsystems Integral concept!"
"The cleanest sounding guitar tone through a PA speaker I have ever heard..."
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