DPA Microphones Launches 'Trade Up to d:fine' Campaign - EMusician

DPA Microphones Launches 'Trade Up to d:fine' Campaign

$100 Trade-Up Rebate Available
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Artists and live sound and broadcast engineers who aspire to the sound quality and reliability of a d:fine™ Headset Microphone from DPA Microphones now have the perfect excuse to make the switch thanks to the company's new worldwide Trade Up to d:fine campaign from now until April 30, 2015.

As part of the campaign, anyone who buys a new DPA d:fine Headset Microphone will receive a rebate of $100 USD (or near-equivalent in local currency) provided they trade in an existing non-DPA headset microphone. All other headset microphones can be traded in - it doesn't matter what make or model. Participants can also trade in as many microphones as they like, provided they replace each one with a new d:fine.

"This is the ideal opportunity for people to get closer to the DPA Microphones quality and upgrade the tools they need most," says DPA CEO Christian Poulsen. "Our microphones deliver the ultimate in speech reproduction, musicality and reliability. We hope to encourage more artists and sound professionals to try them because we are confident that, once they have tried them, they will never want to use anything else."

Trusted by world-class singers, actors, broadcasters and speakers - and houses of worship of every denomination - d:fine Headset Microphones set the acoustic standard that others emulate. Amazing sound quality and clean design are key reasons why so many people switch to DPA. They also have the durability to perform flawlessly in live situations, night after night, despite make-up, sweat, dance routines and occasional somersaults.

To receive the rebate, purchasers simply need to purchase any d:fine Headset Microphone from now and April 30, 2015; complete a trade up form (which can be obtained from www.dpamicrophones.com/tradeuptodfine); send the form, proof of d:fine Headset purchase and an old non-DPA headset mic to their local DPA distributor.