Category: Ribbon Microphones

Category: Ribbon Microphones

SE Electronics VR1 Voodoo

Date July 1st, 2021 Published by

Ribbon Microphone Passive Frequency range: 20 Hz-18 kHz Sensitivity: 1.6mV/Pa (- 56 ± 1.5 dB) Figure 8 characteristic Impedance: < 300 Ohm Equivalent signal to noise ratio: 10dB(A) Maximum SPL […]


Category: Ribbon Microphones

SE Electronics VR2 Voodoo

Date July 1st, 2021 Published by

Ribbon Microphone Active Frequency range: 20 Hz-18 kHz Sensitivity: 10mV/Pa (- 40 +/- 1.5 dB) Figure 8 characteristic Impedance: < 200 Ohm Equivalent signal to noise ratio: 20dB(A) Maximum SPL […]

Category: Ribbon Microphones

Shure KSM 313/NE Dual

Date April 1st, 2021 Published by

Ribbon Microphone With different sounds depending on the talking side Optimized for singing and speech with slight treble lift, or for instrumental pick-up with slight height reduction Specially designed for […]


Category: Ribbon Microphones

Shure KSM353/ED

Date April 1st, 2021 Published by

Premium ribbon microphone Suitable for recordings singing and speaking as well as for all types of instruments Roswellite technology for high sound pressure levels and robust stage application Warm and […]

Category: Ribbon Microphones

Golden Age Project R1 ST

Date April 1st, 2018 Published by

passive stereo ribbon microphone Blumlein configuration figure-8 directional pattern per section Frequency range: 30 Hz – 18 kHz +/- 3dB max. SPL: 160 dB SPL (1% THD @ 1000 Hz) […]



Category: Ribbon Microphones

Royer Labs R-10

Date October 1st, 2017 Published by

Passive Studio Ribbon Microphone Ideal for recording electric guitars, brass instruments and for other applications with direct recording Directional characteristic: Figure of eight Extremely low background noise Ribbon element insensitive […]

Category: Ribbon Microphones

the t.bone RB 500

Date May 1st, 2017 Published by

Ribbon Microphone Very warm, natural sound Figure 8 characteristic 2” Aluminium ribbon (strength: 2 µm) Frequency range: 30 – 18.000 Hz Sensitivity: -60 dB /1mV/PA (0dB = 1V/PA @ 1 […]


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