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Win a Phanthera or Phantom Classic

GERMANY: If you let Brauner Microphones and Dirk Brauner himself assist you in determining your _Phan-type_, the sound characteristics, applications and personal preferences you are looking for in a microphone, you could win either a Phantom Classic or Phanthera Microphone, reports PSN-e.
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GERMANY: If you let Brauner Microphones and Dirk Brauner himself assist you in determining your _Phan-type_, the sound characteristics, applications and personal preferences you are looking for in a microphone, you could win either a Phantom Classic or Phanthera Microphone, reports PSN-e.

Brauner Microphones offers a portfolio of large diaphragm condenser microphones all with a variety of sonic characters. And because of this choice, it is sometimes difficult to determine which microphone is the right microphone to fulfil your personal and professional requirements.

Brauner Microphones will personally provide you with some tools and personal advice to assist you in finding your favoured sound. Phantom Classic and Phanthera represent two individual characters each offering an optimum of sound suited for a variety of uses depending upon the field of application or personal preferences required for a particular task.

By visiting Brauner_s website and answering the questionnaire provided, you_ll receive individual Phan-type advice, personally from Dirk Brauner.

All participants who register will be eligible to win a Brauner microphone with a very special serial number personally selected by Dirk Brauner. The Phan-type_ project ends with the selection of a winner on December 19th. "

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