Continuing in the rich tradition of innovation at EMI, dating back to the early 1930s with Alan Blumlein, the father of â€˜Stereoâ€™, the companyâ€™s first coil microphones, velocity â€˜ribbonâ€™ mics and the â€œBlumlein pairâ€ technique, Chandler Limited and Abbey Road Studios introduce the first new EMI badged microphone in over a half century, the â€˜REDD Microphoneâ€™.
The Chandler Limited REDD Microphone is a large diaphragm tube condenser microphone, combining mic and preamp into a single, beautifully handcrafted professional recording device. Featuring the vacuum tube basedÂ REDD 47.Â Mic AmplifierÂ circuit directly coupled to a custom handmade premium platinum membrane capsule,Â the REDD Microphone can be used with or without an external preamplifier.
This new and unique microphone design, fusing the mic capsule to the historic REDD.47 line amplifier circuit, provides the shortest possible distance between the two most important elements in the recording chain.
The proximity of the REDD Microphoneâ€™s custom capsule to the internal tube mic preamp, allows it to deliver a larger than life full-bodied sound, with a velvety smooth top-end.
Rigorously tested at Abbey Road Studios on a variety of sources and against some of the most famous and classic microphones in recording industry history, the REDD microphone excelled.
Features available from the microphone body, include: REDD 47.Â Mic Amplifier, providing nine gain selections, from +4 to +33db in the â€˜NORMâ€™ position, extended gain and punch in â€˜DRIVEâ€™ mode for more tonal and coloration possibilities, switchable Cardioid/Omni patterns, 10db Pad, and Phase reverse. Continuous output and low-contour control are accessible from the high-quality external power supply.
Shockmount, 25â€™ Mogami microphone cable, PSU and a custom molded flight case, featuring high-density rigid foam are included.
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