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Old 20th October 2015
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Check out the Korby page what is this wizardry

Korby Audio Technologies - Handmade Modern Classic Microphones
Old 20th October 2015
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Old 21st October 2015
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I'm just making this up BUT I'd love it to be an exact stereo KM84 clone... for $127
Old 21st October 2015
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Weird/interesting. Looks like the capsules are not physically aligned but they probably are.
Otherwise, he could call it "The Phase Nightmare" - Nothing in phase, EVER.

Also, you better have a badass pop filter with that very open grill.

Seriously though, I bet it's pretty cool and I look forward to using one.
Old 21st October 2015
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I like to hope it's an optical illusion and that the two capsules AREN'T 13 CM apart from each other.
I'm pretty sure that "wind screen" isn't part of the mic, but to show the 2 capsules
I just hope people who buy it never need service...
Old 21st October 2015
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I just have no idea lol
Old 21st October 2015
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It has a little rocker a/b switch on the back and a 6-pin tube + 3-pin xlr outs, so my guess is this is a tube mic and a Fet mic with an a/b switch for doing shootouts using the same mic.
Old 21st October 2015
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Well Tracy Korby is a strange dude. He likes to be mysterious. I designed a website for him when he was back in Pittsburgh and he would only let me use a silhouette photo of him. This is right up his alley.
Old 21st October 2015
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It has a little rocker a/b switch on the back and a 6-pin tube + 3-pin xlr outs, so my guess is this is a tube mic and a Fet mic with an a/b switch for doing shootouts using the same mic.
That could be. I was wondering if the PSU was built into the mic and that was the reason to the 6 pin and the 3 pin XLRs.
Old 21st October 2015
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Looks nifty either way! I imagined a tube combo too like a transformer output plus a tube output, but I thought since theresthereso capsules and connectors, it might be dual output and/or the rocker would be to select which capsule to dual output cuz it doesnt look coincidental... I was saving up for my first neumann vocal mic but this has got me all intrigued
Old 8th November 2015
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Looks great. I assume two capsules two pathways, TUBE/FET?
Old 10th November 2015
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But if its two capsules and two connectors why not two signals at the same time??
Old 10th November 2015
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endless pattern mic like the josephson?
Old 10th November 2015
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Hmm didnt even think of that...
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