Never before has a ribbon mic delivered as much clarity and breadth of sound in a package so fit for both studio and live settings as the supercardioid KU5A.
With a supercardioid polar pattern, rich ribbon tone, and extended top-end, the KU4’s directionality allows it to be positioned almost anywhere without capturing room tone and bleed, making it one of the most flexible ribbon mics in production today.
dual-toned and near-field R92 ribbon mic is an exceptional tool when building a classic sound.
The stereo R88mk2 ribbon mic captures sound as your ears hear it, with an honest and open tonality. The R88 effortlessly records complex sources like drums, strings, piano, and other instruments that produce intricate transients, harsher highs, and bellowing lows.
The R84A is an active version of the passive R84 that allows compatibility with a wider range of preamplifiers.
R84 series ribbon microphones deliver the classic tonality of the legendary R44, with extended top-end and reduced proximity effect for mid-range and close-range recording.
The active A440 is a preamp-flexible R44 with 18dB of extra output. It is custom-painted with the RCA classic umber-colored transformer case.
The ACE delivers a classic sound with a modern aesthetic. Combining components of the R44CE with the active elements of the A440, the R44ACE heralds the 20th anniversary of the legendary AEA R44.
The R44CXE is an cost-effective variant on the R44C, with an additional 6dB of output gain. Both mics have an identical sound and are exactly the same on the inside. The difference between the two is only cosmetics and price.
The AEA R44C is an exact replica of the vintage RCA 44BX ribbon microphone, considered the most musical sounding microphone ever built. Many of the 20th century’s most iconic recordings were recorded by the R44.