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Fostex M80RP

Fostex M80RP

Specifications Model Number: M80RPType: Flat coil dynamicOutput Impedance: 250 ohmsFrequency Range: 50 Hz through 18 kHzDirectivity: Bi-directionalOutput Level: −76 dB ±2 dB at 1,000 Hz (0 dB = 1V/µbar)Weight: 270 gramsDimensions: 52.4 mm (2.06 in.) wide, 46.4 mm (1.82 in.) deep,137.4...

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Fostex M85RP

Fostex M85RP

Here’s the premier noise-canceling microphone designed for those critical jobs where side and background noise are unwanted. The M85RP is a super hyper-cardioid microphone which picks up the sound directly in front and extremely close. Especially effective in isolating the...

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Fostex M88RP

Fostex M88RP

Fostex RP MicrophonesSoon after their introduction, the Fostex mics were being called “Printed Ribbon” Microphones, so fondly did their warmth resemble the beautiful but frail ribbon mics of yesteryear. The reference to “printed” is to one patented aspect of Fostex...

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HMV 2350 H and 2351 H

HMV 2350 H and 2351 H

A really beautiful microphone in exceptional, virtually mint condition, it appears to be unused. It is complete with protective cover, a letter from HMV to dealers dated 25th July 1949, and two advertising flyers as shown.These are interesting, as they...

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Josephson c617

Josephson c617

The Josephson C617 Set is the second generation of Josephson Engineering's high voltage metal diaphragm omnidirectional microphone, suitable for the most critical sound recording and measurement applications. It operates from standard P48 phantom power yet provides full 200 volt polarize...

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Lomo 19A9 and 19A19

Lomo 19A9 and 19A19

What follows is the description as was written by the seller of this mic when it was up for auction on eBay during March of 2007. It is not for sale from this web site. Vintage Russian tube Microphone Lomo...

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Marconi The BBC PGS

Marconi The BBC PGS

Developments of magnetic materials made possible the PGS mic, which was introduced in 1953. This weighed only 2½ pounds, and although the ribbon was only one inch long com­pared to the AXBT’s 2½ inches, the output was only 4 dB...

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Marconi tube condenser microphone

Marconi tube condenser microphone

(Excerpted from a September 2009 eBay auction description.) This is a 1934 BBC-Marconi Tech­nical and Research Processes Ltd. studio valve condenser microphone. This is a rare microphone and belongs in a museum. It was used by the BBC in the...

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Marconi Type AX

Marconi Type AX

Talks producer, author, and journalist Nina Consuela Epton, BBC North American Service, with a BBC-Marconi microphone in a photo­graph dated September 21, 1951. Ms. Epton produced and took part in the BBC’s daily contributions from London to the Canadian Broadcasting...

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Marconi Type B

Marconi Type B

Technical note by Chris Owen, senior BBC engineerAbout four inches in diameter, this ribbon mic was brought into service in 1937. It was made possible by the use of Alnico alloy (aluminium-nickel-cobalt) for the magnet, which allowed a small circular...

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Melodium 42 B

Melodium 42 B

The following text is from a MÉLODIUM publicity release published during the forties. References to dates and terms such as “modern” should be taken in this context.If there’s equipment that can be manufactured only by firms with a perfectly equipped...

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Milab VM-40 and VM-41

Milab VM-40 and VM-41

The VM-40 (omnidirectional) and VM-41 (cardioid) are both for operation on 48-volt MIPOW™ systems. Ruggedly constructed in a small physical size, the VM Series features a unique four-position ring switch to permit selection of either full-range frequency response or gentle...

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Neumann BCM 705

Neumann BCM 705

The BCM 705 is a dynamic microphone in the Broadcast line, with a supercardioid directional characteristic. The abbreviation “BCM” stands for “Broadcast Micro­phone.” The BCM 705 is addressed from the front; the front of the microphone is designated by the...

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Neumann KM 86

Neumann KM 86

The 60, 70 and 80 small microphone seriesIn 1964, the KM series was improved and equipped with a new type of capsule, called the “crossed-slit” capsule. The idea was brilliant: Instead of a large number of drill holes in the...

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Neumann KU 100

Neumann KU 100

The KU 100 is a human head replica with microphones inside of the ears. It is used for binaural pick-up to create the most realistic stereo recordings. This third-generation design is loudspeaker compatible, and accurately reproduces ambient acoustics with information...

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Neumann M 149

Neumann M 149

The M 149 Tube is a large-diaphragm condenser microphone with switchable polar patterns. It is the first new “Tube” microphone design from Neumann in over 30 years, and also the world’s first transformerless tube microphone. The head grille is instantly...

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Neumann M 49, M 50, and M 249

Neumann M 49, M 50, and M 249

The Neumann M 49 and M 50 condenser mics are studio microphones with excellent charac­teristics. The M 49c is used in broadcasting, films, disc recording, in post-sync studios, and everywhere good results must be achieved in spite of difficult acoustic...

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