The Wunder Audio CM50 Suprema uses an M250 style seven-pin Tuchel connector, introduced by Neumann in 1961, that screws on and holds tighter than an eight-pin bayonet Tuchel connector, improving its performance with superior EMI/RF rejection.
The CM12 Suprema uses a period-correct Hiller T14/1 transformer wound to the Braunbuch specification, using laminations made from the identical nickel alloy mixture as used in the historic Hiller T14 transformer.
Sennheiser e 835 Live Vocal Microphone The Sennheiser e 835 is a dynamic cardioid microphone designed for speech and vocals. Produces a solid sound that projects well and cuts through high volumes on stage. Intended for home recording, semi-pro studios and live sound applications. Lead vocal stage mic, designed to perform under pressure. Uniform frequency [...]
Neumann U 87 Ai Stereo Set Stereo Set Nickle (Demo Price) Neumann’s U 87 Ai presents a wide range of features and versatility that make it a highly desirable microphone. Well-known for its warm and well balanced characteristics – the U 87 Ai is a great choice for a vocal microphone for all types of [...]
A solid-state, large diaphragm condenser microphone, featuring the legendary TG sound, a 'Dual Tone' voicing system and on-board NAB/IEC 'Tape Equalizer' facility.