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Microphone ID-ing

Maybe a weird thread.

An actor friend is working on a 70s parody show and wants to use handheld mics that look authentic. He sent me pictures (below) and if you recognize these things please let me know.

If you have any other tips about what mics to use pass that along as well.

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E/V 635a might have the look!

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i remember recently reading about the microphone that bob barker used. if i figure out what it was ill let you know. but that might be worthwhile to check out...
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E/V 635a might have the look!

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They definately have the look. But they're omni right? Might be troublesome in a live situation.

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There's an EV RE- something that looks identical to this. Perhaps the RE50? I've used one of those before at a radio station...
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There's an EV RE- something that looks identical to this.
That would be an RE15.

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The mic in question is an EV RE55. Dynamic, omnidirectional.
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The mic in question is an EV RE55. Dynamic, omnidirectional.
And EV did several long handle versions of omins, this one known as RE55L. This was to get the hand "out of the face" in interviews for TV.
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