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Precision Studio Monitors PSI Audio stands for Precision Sound Image.


We are striving to produce the most linear and transparent studio monitors with no room for compromise. You will literally see what you’re listening to.


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Introducing Rycote's InVision™ USM -VB B


Up to 12dB better against unwanted noise


...for when size really shouldn’t matter realleally


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InVision™ Range


InVision™ Studio Kit


InVision™ USM-VB


Rycote's InVision™ USM microphone suspension system is a truly efficient at


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accommodating any mic from 19 to 55 mm in diameter. There was only one drawback — what if your microphone was larger than that? Since the launch of the original USM two years ago, users of the broadest large-diaphragm mics have asked us for a larger model that would fit their studio favourites. And now it's here!


Offering the same durability and impressive reduction in handling and stand-borne noise as the original USM, the InVision™ USM-VB will accommodate microphones from 55-68mm in diameter.


For more information, please visit : www.rycoteinvision.com Rycote Microphone Windshields Ltd


Libby’s Drive, Slad Road, Stroud, Gloucestershire GL5 1RN, UK Tel: +44 (0) 1453 75 9338 Fax: +44 (0) 1453 764249 sales@rycote.com www.rycote.com


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SEE AND HEAR THE RYCOTE USM IN ACTION!


InVision™ USM-VB hard-wearing, up to twice as


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