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Microphones and Mobile Recording

  • Microphones
    • Neumann U 67 Tube

      Neumann U 67 Tube

      The Neumann U 67 is a multipattern large-diaphragm condenser microphone with a tube-and-transformer topology. It was introduced by Neumann in 1960 with the intention of replacing the U 47 in Neumann’s product line.

    • AKG C 414 B-ULS (x4)

      AKG C 414 B-ULS

      The C414 B-ULS is THE reference microphone for almost all comparative microphone tests and one of the most used condenser microphones in the world. It is the microphone of choice for miking up vocals, grand pianos, percussions, and any other sound sources with complex waveforms. A gold-sputtered 1-inch dual-diaphragm and Ultra Linear Series electronics combine to provide an extremely smooth frequency response.

    • AKG C 451 C

      AKG C 451 C

    • AKG C 480 B CK 61 ULS

      AKG C 480 B CK 61 ULS

    • AKG D 112

      AKG D 112

    • AKG D 12

      AKG D 12

      AKG's classic mic. It brings the full solid thud sound which was very popular with drummers in the 50's.

    • AKG Drum Clip Mic Set

      AKG Drum Clip Mic Set

    • Audix D6

      Audix D6

    • Beyerdynamic M 160 N Ribbon (x2)

      Beyerdynamic M 160 N Ribbon

      Beyerdynamic is one of few microphone manufacturers world-wide that still produce ribbon microphones.
      A classic one is the M 160, a dynamic double ribbon microphone. Featuring a hypercardioid polar pattern with a noise attenuation of 25 dB at 110°, the M 160 is an outstanding microphone which is very effective for all types of remote and in-studio voice reproduction.

    • Beyerdynamic M 88 N (x4)

      Beyerdynamic M 88 N

    • Beyerdynamic MC 930 (x2)

      Beyerdynamic MC 930

    • Beyerdynamic Soundstar MK II

      Beyerdynamic Soundstar MK II

    • Beyerdynamic M 300N

      Beyerdynamic M 300N

    • Brauner Phantom V

      Brauner Phantom V

    • Bruel & Kjaer 4006 (x2)

      Bruel & Kjaer 4006

    • Bruel & Kjaer 4011 (x2)

      Bruel & Kjaer 4011

      A crystal clear sounding microphone. This microphone can also handle a SPL of up to 158dB before clipping.

    • Crown PZM-30D

      Crown PZM-30D

    • DPA 4099 (x2)

      DPA 4099

    • Electrovoice RE 20 (x2)

      Electrovoice RE 20

      The RE20 dynamic cardioid microphone is truly an industry standard, a firm favorite among broadcasters and sound engineers worldwide. Its popularity also extends into music production as a premium grade instrument microphone. Its Variable-D design and heavy-duty internal pop filter excel for close-in voice work, while an internal element shock-mount reduces vibration-induced noise.

    • Microtech Gefell M 296 (x2)

      Microtech Gefell M 296

    • Microtech Gefell M 930 (x4)

      Microtech Gefell M 930

    • Microtech Gefell M 950 (x4)

      Microtech Gefell M 950

    • Neumann KM 131 (x2)

      Neumann KM 131

    • Neumann KM 184 (x7)

      Neumann KM 184

      The KM 184 has a gentle rise at about 9 kHz, a characteristic that was introduced very successfully with the KM 140. The result is a tonal balance that is fresher and livelier when compared to the KM 84 with its flat frequency response in that band.

    • Neumann KM 54a (x2)

      Neumann KM 54a

    • Neumann KM 84 (x8)

      Neumann KM 84

    • Neumann KM 85

      Neumann KM 85

    • Neumann KM 86

      Neumann KM 86

    • Neumann KMS 84

      Neumann KMS 84

    • Neumann M 149 Tube

      Neumann M 149 Tube

    • Neumann SM 2 Stereo Valve (x2)

      Neumann SM 2 Stereo Valve

    • Neumann SM 69 fet

      Neumann SM 69 fet

    • Neumann TLM 170 (x4)

      Neumann TLM 170

    • Neumann U 47 FET (x4)

      Neumann U 47 FET

      he U 47 fet is an essential contributor to the 1960s and 1970s. As a secret weapon for recording producers eager to experiment, it was not only a top microphone for soloists, but also decisively affected the spatial dimension of the sound and the tonal depth of countless productions.

    • Neumann U 87 (x10)

      Neumann U 87

      The Neumann U87 features 3 switchable polar patterns and has a -10dB pad. A very popular microphone.

    • Neumann U 89 (x6)

      Neumann U 89

    • Neumann USM 69

      Neumann USM 69

    • NoHype Audio LRM-1 (x2)

      NoHype Audio LRM-1

    • Royer R-122 Ribbon

      Royer R-122 Ribbon

    • Schoeps CMC 5U (x9)

      Schoeps CMC 5U

    • Schoeps CMTS 501U

      Schoeps CMTS 501U

    • Schoeps MK 2 S (x4)

      Schoeps MK 2 S

    • Schoeps MK 21 (x2)

      Schoeps MK 21

    • Schoeps MK 4 (x2)

      Schoeps MK 4

    • Schoeps MK 4 silver (x2)

      Schoeps MK 4 silver

    • Schoeps MK 5 silver

      Schoeps MK 5 silver

    • Schoeps MK 8

      Schoeps MK 8

    • Sennheiser MD 421 (x6)

      Sennheiser MD 421

    • Sennheiser MD 431 (x2)

      Sennheiser MD 431

    • Sennheiser MKE 212 (x2)

      Sennheiser MKE 212

    • Sennheiser MKH 20 (x4)

      Sennheiser MKH 20

    • Sennheiser MKH 30

      Sennheiser MKH 30

    • Sennheiser MKH 40 (x4)

      Sennheiser MKH 40

    • Sennheiser MKH 80 (x2)

      Sennheiser MKH 80

    • Shure Beta 58A

      Shure Beta 58A

      The Beta 58A dynamic vocal microphone is precision-engineered for live performance and project studio recording. A tailored frequency response accentuates vocals, and the supercardioid pattern isolates from other sound sources.

    • Shure KSM44

      Shure KSM44

    • Shure SM57 (x2)

      Shure SM57

      The legendary SM57 is an industry-standard, highly versatile cardioid dynamic microphone tuned for the clean reproduction of amplified and acoustic instruments. The SM57 is ideal for sound reinforcement and recording applications.

    • Shure SM58 (x2)

      Shure SM58

      The legendary SM58 is an industry-standard, highly versatile cardioid dynamic vocal microphone, tailored to deliver warm and clear vocal reproduction. The SM58 is consistently the first choice for vocal performances around the globe.

  • Mobile Recording Systems
    • DAD AX-24

      DAD AX-24

    • Juenger Audio C8000

      Juenger Audio C8000

    • Mackie ONYX 1200F

      Mackie ONYX 1200F

    • Merging HORUS

      Merging HORUS

    • Merging Pyramix Virtual Studio 9

      Merging Pyramix Virtual Studio 9

    • RME Octamic XTC

      RME Octamic XTC

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    • max. 104 channels simultaneously @ 44,1 kHz

      max. 104 channels simultaneously @ 44,1 kHz

    • max. 72 channels simultaneously @ 96 kHz

      max. 72 channels simultaneously @ 96 kHz

    • max. 56 channels simultaneously @ 192 kHz

      max. 56 channels simultaneously @ 192 kHz

    • max. 8 channels simultaneously @ DSD

      max. 8 channels simultaneously @ DSD

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