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The sheen this mic delivers is stunning, the fatness is a dream come true...experience it today! The AEA R44 series microphones all share the authentic sound, feel and look of the 1936-38 RCA 44BX. They combine the 1930s US sound with British engineering from RCA that reduces the mic's weight and hum sensitivity. The R44 series microphones are all hand-crafted replicas in detail, using parts that are made to be interchangeable with an original RCA 44, even featuring ribbon material originally manufactured for RCA. The R44C was designed to meet or exceed the output of an RCA 44 when it was new. The R44CX is a high-output version of the R44C especially designed for scoring and other applications demanding a wide dynamic range with the "classic 44" sound.The R44 series microphones are passive, like an RCA 44 is, and can be used in a wider range of situations without distorting than active microphones can.* The A440 has the hottest signal and therefore can boast to be the quietest (highest signal to noise ratio) of any ribbon mic on the planet!The R44C is a museum-quality replica featuring details such as a bronze investment cast yoke rather than the original zinc yokes provided by RCA (which have a tendency to corrode over time). The iconic "streamline moderne" transformer case with "radio" finish (black with bright nickel) comes standard. The R44C is distinguished by a black and silver AEA emblem. The microphone package includes a three-meter cloth covered Accusound Silver Studio Pro cable, a zippered canvas bag, and AEA 44VC vertical case for proper shipping and storage. Specifications Microphone Type:* Ribbon Polar Patter: Figure 8 Ribbon Type: Aluminum, 1.8 microns Thick, 4.7mm x 59.7mm Frequency Response:* 30Hz-20kHz Max SPL:* 140dB SPL Output Impedance:* 270 ohms Weight:* 7.56 lbs

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Townsend Labs Sphere - real 3D mic modelling - UAD, VST, AU, AAX Native

I'd like to see: U47FET KM84 (not the 184) D12E R121 M269 414 original brass capsule U89 AEA A440 AEA R44C Brauner VM1

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AEA KU4 or AEA 44C

Yes I will ask my dealer to provide an AEA R44C next to the AEA KU4. My recording room is 15sqm! Acoustically professonal treated but you can still hear a little the small room on recordings with distance to the mic. Mainly I record vocals, acoustic guitar and guitar amps! When I compare the AEA KU4...

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Permanent Mic System For Piano

...used a 4038 to add some weight and smoothness to a pair of SDCs on piano, and now use a R44C for the same purpose when I go with that approach.

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