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The VM1S is the stereo version of the VM1. It is currently, without doubt, the most intricate of all Brauner microphones. It unites two identical VM1 microphones, precisely matched to each other, in a single housing. It is a design that answers every wish of a stereo microphone. The VM1S enables control of the directional characteristics of both microphones even though they are in the same housing.This unique approach allows independent usage of each microphone, through separate internal power supplies thus enabling the VM1S to be used as a single microphone. Moreover, when used in stereo mode the highest possible crosstalk rejection is also achieved. The range of its applications is therefore extremely wide. Whether it is used as the main microphone in classic MS or XY configurations, or as a stereo microphone for the recording of a soloist, choir or instrumental soloist, the VM1S is equally up to the task.Experience the finest tonal details, more naturally and alive than you ever have before. Experience one of the world?s greatest microphone legends in stereo!Brauner VM1-S Specifications Equivalent Noise: ** *< 11 dB A (IEC651) Signal to Noise: ** *> 83 dB (1 Pa/1 kHz-Cardioid) Sensitivity: ** *28 mV / Pa-Cardioid Pattern: ** *all, infinitely variable Frequency Range: ** *20 Hz - 20 kHz Maximum SPL: ** *142 dB SPL @ 0,3 % THD Power Supply: ** *115 V oder 230 V


brauner vma and for vm1s which mic pre

which mic pre for brauner VMA and VM1S .. im havin avalon 737sp can i use ? or which pre is better tube or any?

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as "High End" as it gets - direct to 2track

...together. After 2 days of soundcheck we were set on the following setup: Main Mics - B&K 4006 (black grid) Overheads - Brauner VM1s FOK - U 47 Snare - MD 441 Bassdrum - TLM 170 Bass - U67 Guitars ...

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Still any love to Brauners at 2018?

...with these it sounds great to me. Even "breaking glass fx" I got from friend. He used his pair of VM1s to record that ;-). I hope the resale value gets very very low. Or no... I have too many mics already.

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