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This microphone is inspired by and styled after the \"Neumann U-47\", which was modified by German Radio in the \'70s to incorporate a glass triode tube. That modification brought it up to broadcast standards. The Peluso 22 47 has the additional feature of 9 polar patterns, controlled from the power supply. It captures the low frequency nuances of the original \"47\" with smooth mids and balanced highs.The microphone comes as a complete system, with Microphone in Wood Box, Power Supply, 7 Conductor Cable, and Shock Mount in Flight Case. Made in the USA.Peluso Microphone Lab 22 47 Vacuum Tube Microphone Tech Specifications Type: Condenser Pressure Gradient w/ 34mm capsule Frequency Range: 20Hz/22Khz Polar Pattern: 9 - Switchable from omni- to bi-directional Sensitivity: 12mv/pa Impedance: 200 ohms SPL: 140 db Equivalent Noise: 12 db (A-weighted) Tube Type: CE6072A Power Requirements: Dedicated Power Supply Size: 58mm x 200 mm Weight: 775 g

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Peluso 2247 LE

...anyone just start swapping parts. He had a clear plan of what he needed to do. Wasn't a trial and error. My 2247 has a lot more vibe than it had before. It loves all things drums. Great mono piano mic. And a whole lot more really.. PM me if you want more info. Cheers Dave

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Gear Buying Burnout

...I have quite a few more mics (Neumann U87ai/ U89i/M147/TLM103/KM184, Lawson L251/L47, Blue Cactus/Kiwi/Blueberry/ Dragonfly, Violet Flamingo Standard/Globe-Vintage/Amethyst-Vintage, Cloud JRS34, Peluso 2247, Shure SM7, and a many more. But what I feel is, I can adapt to either place, by positioning microphones and turning knobs on preamps, to I get a sound that will work...

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Low Mid Cuts on Vocals

...it requires some dedicated a-cappella rehearsal time with head phones. I use five tube mics for vocals, Flea47 next, Paluso 2247, P67, P12 and an AT4060. each of these mics have a unique capture pattern that needs to be understood to perform well. Hugh

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