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Whether you want it for its useful figure-8 pattern, or gentle high-frequency response, every studio should have a ribbon, like the sE X1R.
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If you want those top-heavy sources to sit nicely in the mix, the Sontronics Sigma ribbon mic is what you want in front of them!
The Sontronics Delta is a ribbon microphone suitable for all instruments but ideal for guitar amps for both studio and live use.
Fancy using the Sigma in a stereo pair? Put the Sontronics Apollo in your mic locker!
Operating Principle: Pressure Gradient | Diaphragm 2μ: aluminium ribbon | Frequency Response: 20Hz-18KHz | Sensitivity: 10mV/Pa -40 ± 1.5dB | Polar Pattern: Figure 8 | Impedance: ≤ 200 Ohms | Equivale
Stereo matched renaissance ribbon microphone set suited to an enormous array of recording applications.
BBC-designed studio ribbon matched/stereo microphone pair featuring a figure-8 polar pattern
Say hello to a renaissance ribbon microphone with an enormous array of recording applications.
A great entry point into the world of high end ribbon microphones, the sE Electronics Voodoo VR1 delivers incredibly natural sounding recordings.
BBC-designed studio ribbon microphone featuring a figure-8 polar pattern
A unique dual-ribbon recording microphone featuring a warm, natural sound.
Presenting the world's first phantom powered ribbon microphone stereo pair!
Based on the original SF-1, Royer's new SF-2 boasts phantom power for high output and perfect impedance matching.
The flagship model of the SF series, the SF-24V boasts unparalleled airiness with a smooth and up-front midrange.
The Coles 4040 Ribbon Microphone is a studio ribbon microphone capable to capturing vocals and instrument with exceptional detail
Mono, passive ribbon microphone based on the electrodynamic pressure gradient operating principle.
Presenting the world's first phantom powered ribbon microphone compatible with an even wider range of preamplifiers!
Mono, passive ribbon microphone stereo set based on the electrodynamic pressure gradient operating principle.
Supercardioid pattern-equipped dynamic microphone sporting Electrovoice's Variable-D technology.
Ribbon mics are back in a big way, and the Rode NTR mic gets on board in a big way with all the classic sound you need
Ribbon condenser microphone based on Radio Corporation America's Type 44 model from the mid-1930s.
Designed in collaboration with Stephen Sank, son one of the original designers of many of the legendary ribbon mics such as the BK-11 and BK-10A.
Passive variation of the JRS34, ideal for any engineer with a selection of specialised preamps to achieve the widest range of sounds available.
The Coles 4104 Ribbon Lip Mic is designed for use in environments where the background noise requires the mic to be used closed to the mouth
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