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.
Complete immunity from RF interference, easy to install, equipped with a terminal block connector, M40 Miniature Ceiling Microphone, CONN170F 1' Integrated Microphone Cable, CONN170M The Mating Terminal Connector.
Matched pair small diaphragm cardioid condenser microphones. Matte black finish. Includes, wood case, mic clips and windscreens
This excellent mic has won its praise on delivering superb vocal recordings, with natural warmth and incredible detail.
The e 914 is a high grade condenser microphone for very demanding applications. Its outstanding sound properties qualify the e 914 for highly sophisticated tasks.
Wide cardioid pick-up pattern, Wide frequency response 30 to 50.000 Hz, Transformerless, fully floating balanced output, High output signal, Rugged metal housing with non-reflective Nextel coating.
Uniform cardioid pattern without off-axis coloration, Linear frequency response with a slight treble lift, Very low self-noise (13 dB-A), Transformerless circuitry, Compact size, visually unobtrusive.