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The Wunder Audio CM7 Tube Microphone comes with the original large-style U47 transformer that was used in the earlier U47's, including the legendary "Large Badge" U47. These first couple of hundred U47's are very sought after sonically. The CM7 transformer's larger size and high nickel content achieves better low end rolling off at 20 Hz, identical to the original U47 design, instead of 40 Hz. The smaller 40 Hz transformer that was used in later versions of the U47 was made with the 40 Hz roll-off as a requirement for the IRT (German Broadcasting Network). In modern day recording this capability to capture the low end frequencies is essential.Package includes: CM7, Plush Oak Box, Historical Shock Mount, Historical Power supply, Original large Tuchel connected mic cable. Comes standard with the M7 capsule. (Swivel mount shown in photo is not included but can be special ordered.)

Discussions

I just realized I've owned nearly ever U47 recreation.Thoughts.

So over the past 15 years I have owned a Telefunken 47, Wunder CM-7. Wagner 47 and have used an array of vintage Neumann 47 and even a Lawson L47 and now I own a Flea 47. I had the Telefunken for the past year or so but sold it mainly to help fund...

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Slate Digital Launches The VIRTUAL MICROPHONE SYSTEM

...of the early purchasers of 2 VMS systems. Still have both here. I said from my first comparisons between my CM7 and VMS U47 that there was a noticeable difference, but that VMS was still a groundbreaking and fantastic system. I was not the only one hearing that in the room at the time....

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Lawson Microphones - what's up with them these days?

On the high end, I'd probably be looking at the Wunder CM7 FET or the Bock IFET. Then again, if I were spending that kind of money, I'd also consider getting the official U47 FET reissue from Neumann. On a smaller budget, there are U47 FET copies from Advanced Audio, Warm Audio, Heiserman, and probably...

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