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$325.00

Nakamichi CM300 Pair Electret Condenser Microphones (Used) Each microphone is fitted with a CP-1 Cardioid Capsule. These mics take (2) A544 batteries, but can be easily modified to accept phantom power. 1980s, made in Japan.

$1,800.00

Sennheiser MKH 20-P48 RF Condenser Microphone Pair (Used) The Sennheiser MKH 20-P48 is usually used as a main microphone for orchestras and solo instruments, and picks up the natural acoustics of the room, though it does have a much wider range of applications as omnidirectional microphones do not suffer from ‘proximity effect’. Omni-directional RF condenser [...]

$75.00

Beyer M640N Miniature Dynamic Mic (Vintage) Requires 3-pin tuchel cable Originally designed as a talkback mic The mic is only 8cm/ 3.14inch long  

$175.00

Sony ECM-55B Omni-Directional Electret Condenser Lavalier Microphone Capsule Type Electret Condenser Frequency Response 30 Hz to 18 kHz Directivity Omni-directional Sensitivity *[1] -52.0 dB ±2 dB Output Impedance *[2] 100Ω±20%, Balanced Dynamic Range 98 dB or more Signal-to-Noise Ratio *[3] 66 dB or more Inherent Noise *[4] 28 dB SPL or less Induction Noise From [...]

$175.00

Sony ECM-55B Omni-Directional Electret Condenser Lavalier Microphone Capsule Type Electret Condenser Frequency Response 30 Hz to 18 kHz Directivity Omni-directional Sensitivity *[1] -52.0 dB ±2 dB Output Impedance *[2] 100Ω±20%, Balanced Dynamic Range 98 dB or more Signal-to-Noise Ratio *[3] 66 dB or more Inherent Noise *[4] 28 dB SPL or less Induction Noise From [...]

$500.00

Sony ECM 22P Pair Cardioid Condenser Mics (Vintage) Circa 1972. The Sony microphone Model ECM-22P is a cardioid condenser type with uniform response from 40 to 15,000 Hz. The capsule is 17 mm in diameter and made of a high-polymer film utilizing the electret principle of polarization and two output impedances: 250 or 600 ohms [...]

$4,250.00

Neumann Fet 47 i (vintage) The U47 FET was introduced in 1969, when Telefunken had stopped production of the VF14 tube used in the original U47 microphone. Neumann decided to re–engineer the U47 as a solid–state, fixed cardioid, using a field–effect transistor (FET) to provide the high–impedance interface with the capsule as opposed to a [...]

$4,250.00

Neumann Fet 47 i (vintage) The U47 FET was introduced in 1969, when Telefunken had stopped production of the VF14 tube used in the original U47 microphone. Neumann decided to re–engineer the U47 as a solid–state, fixed cardioid, using a field–effect transistor (FET) to provide the high–impedance interface with the capsule as opposed to a [...]

$1,725.00

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.

$1,700.00

AKG C451 EB Pair Condenser Mics with CK1 cardioid front address capsules.  These are the first issue with input transformers introduced in 1969.  The later 451B was transformer- less. C-451 EB,” has a switchable high-pass filter, providing a 14dB/octave cut at either 75Hz or 150Hz.  Beautiful vintage high end and a really essential tool for any [...]

$475.00

Sennheiser MD441 Dynamic Super Cardioid Mic Five-position low frequency contour switch, a two-position high frequency switch, a critically damped internal shock suspension, and a hum bucking coil.  Point it at a snare drum and go.  Try the treble boost. The microphone body is all metal, with a “simulated leather finish.” The grille is nickel plated.

$275.00

The MD 421’s has been a fixture in recording studios since its introduction in 1960.  Has a fixed cardioid pattern and five-position bass control Generally fatter and tubbier sounding than a SM57.  Really good choice for toms and anything you need a good round sound with some snap. The MD421 has a 5-position bass roll-off [...]

$275.00

Sennheiser MD421 Condenser Mic (Used) #2 The MD 421’s has been a fixture in recording studios since its introduction in 1960.  Has a fixed cardioid pattern and five-position bass control Generally fatter and tubbier sounding than a SM57.  Really good choice for toms and anything you need a good round sound with some snap.  Its [...]

$1,575.00

AKG C414B-TLII Stereo Matched Pair Condenser Micophones Includes Case, Shockmounts, H-50 Stereo Bar Re-creation of C12 capsule; transformerless output stage; four polar patterns; slight high-frequency emphasis above 4 kHz. AKG combined the best of classic and present-day technologies, the legendary C12 transducer capsule and advanced transformerless FET circuitry. Although it looks almost the same as [...]

$3,000.00

Neumann U87 with Shockmount Vintage This is an early first version Neumann U87 with the battery compartment.  The U 87 is probably the best known and most widely used Neumann studio micro­phone. It is equipped with a large dual-diaphragm capsule with three directional patterns: omni-directional, cardioid and figure 8. These are selectable with a switch below [...]

$3,200.00

Neumann U87 with Shockmount Vintage This is an early first version Neumann U87 with the battery compartment.  The U 87 is probably the best known and most widely used Neumann studio micro­phone. It is equipped with a large dual-diaphragm capsule with three directional patterns: omni-directional, cardioid and figure 8. These are selectable with a switch below [...]

$3,000.00

Neumann U87 with Shockmount Vintage This is an early first version Neumann U87 with the battery compartment (originally for 48V phantom). The U 87 is probably the best known and most widely used Neumann studio micro­phone. It is equipped with a large dual-diaphragm capsule with three directional patterns: omni-directional, cardioid and figure 8. These are selectable [...]

$4,000.00

Bruel and Kjaer 4007 Pair Omni Mics (Vintage) The B&K 4007 Omni Mic, 12 mm is a true pressure omnidirectional transducer. It has an unbeatable dynamic range of 124 dB from the noise floor to 1% THD and is capable of handling up to 160 dB SPL peak before clipping occurs. 4007 is a omnidirectional [...]

$1,200.00

Beyer M160 Hyper-Cardioid Double Ribbon Mic’s Set of 3 Recording studio traditional workhorse first introduced in 1957.  A stereo pair was notably used by Andy Johns to record the classic John Bonham “When the Levee Breaks” drum sound. Just add 26″ Vistalite Bass Drum, Helios Console, Binson Echorec, Headley Grange Stone Castle, and massive ambient [...]

$1,425.00

Lauten Audio LT-381 Oceanus Dual Tube Condensor Microphone (Used) This microphone is in excellent condition and comes with all of the original packaging. Included are two spare tubes, the carry case, the shockmount, power supply, power cable, and the microphone cable (not pictured). The polar pattern can be changed from cardioid to omni to figure [...]

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Vintage Telefunken Elam 251 Microphone - AC701K Tube

$2,250.00

Classic BBC Designed Ribbon Mics

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$5,500.00

Consecutive Serial Numbers.Large diaphragm tube microphone - includes PSU, spider, wind screen, voxlinktube-cable, case

$225.00

Dynamic Microphone With selectable impedance.

$3,250.00

Stereo Tube Microphone

$3,250.00

Stereo Tube Mic System

$125.00

Vintage Dynamic Microphone

$475.00

Classic Dynamic Microphone

$350.00

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