A Mojave Audio microphone’s journey begins and ends in Burbank, CA. US made Jensen transformers and NOS (new old stock) tubes are shipped offshore and mated to capsules and bodies, according to David Royer’s’ design specifications, at a highly respected factory that David has worked with for over 15 years.
All Mojave microphones are constructed with respect to David’s unprecedented research and attention to electronic design and quality. After assembly, they are shipped back to Burbank for extensive QC inspections. Prior to packaging, every mic is burned in for 24 hours and personally listened to by David.
Retro. Futuristic. We are proud to introduce technical grammy award winner david royer's modern take on a legend - the sony c-37a. Known for its high headroom and ability to tame brittle high end, it became a workhorse in the 60's, especially during the golden age of Hollywood recording - the "Wrecking Crew" era. Studios such as capitol records and sunset sound acquired multiples, which are still use today.
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.