Friedman Unveils New Mic-No-Mo Cabinet Simulation Box

Friedman's new Mic-No-Mo is designed to eliminate common onstage issues like mic bleed and inconsistent mic placement.
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Friedman Mic-No-Mo

Friedman Mic-No-Mo

Friedman Amplification has unveiled its new Mic-No-Mo all-analog cabinet simulation box.

Based on the cabinet simulation in the company’s Runt series of amps, the Mic-No-Mo features ¼-inch outputs—for connection with amps and speakers—in addition to an XLR balanced output. Onboard sliders for ground lift, axis and level also come standard.

Friedman says that the box is designed to eliminate common onstage issues like mic bleed and inconsistent mic placement. Users can place the box between their amp and speaker, select a simulated mic placement and send the sound direct to the audience without the need for microphones.

The Friedman Mic-No-Mo cabinet simulation box is available now for $99.99. 

For more info on the box, head on over to friedmanamplification.com.

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