Available in 8 different variations with MK microphone capsules matched pair CMC 6Ug amplifiers, (1) B 5 D popscreens and (2) SG 20 stand clamps in each set.
The MA-301fetVG is a multi-pattern large diaphragm, solid-state condenser microphone. Based upon the popular MA-201fet designed by David Royer, the MA-301fetVG adds a 3-posistion pickup pattern selector, a15dB pad and a switchable bass roll-off.
The MA-201fetVG is a large diaphragm, phantom-powered, solid-state condenser microphone with a fixed cardioid pattern.
The MA-300SN is a multi-pattern large diaphragm, vacuum tube condenser microphone. Based upon the widely accepted MA-200 designed by David Royer, the MA-300SN adds a continuously variable pickup pattern selector, 15dB pad and a switchable bass roll-off.
Utilizing hand-selected 3-micron single-sided capsules, high-quality Jensen audio transformers and military-grade JAN 5840 vacuum tubes, the MA-200SN performs at a level reminiscent of some of the best loved classic condenser microphones.
The MA-50BLK is the perfect microphone for pros and semi-pros alike. Utilizing the same single-sided capsule as the MA-200SN and MA-201VG, it handles the fastest transients with ease - even up to 140 dB.
The Signature Series has been exhaustively field tested against microphones often costing $20K or more - universally evoking the same 'Wow' response usually reserved for only the most prized vintage mics.
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.