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Audio-Technica’s AT4060 cardioid vacuum tube condenser brings the warmth of vintage tube sound to every shade of the SPL spectrum. With a dynamic range that far exceeds that of other tube microphones, it as easily captures the subtlest nuances of vocal and instrumental performance as it handles guitar cabinets and other extreme SPL environments. Featuring hand-selected, individually tested and aged tubes, the AT4060 achieves the coveted, classic sound of valve design without compromising the specification standards required for the most demanding recording situations.

Audio-Technica takes no chances with this microphone’s consistency and reliability: every AT4060 is individually tested and inspected for 100 percent quality assurance—rare in today’s world of mass-marketed studio microphones.

AT4060. Vintage sound, rock-solid reliability and amazing versatility for studio and live performance. From Audio-Technica’s premium line of 40 Series condenser microphones.


Neumann U87 or AT 4060? Need advice

As much as I say the U87 is over rated, Id take it in a heartbeat over the AT4060. The U87 is a professional mic. The AT4060 is strictly prosumer. They hold the freaking capsule in place with hot melt glue. HELLO! HOT MELT GLUE! I also think the sound...

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Gear Porn thread - pics of your slutty setups scratching a lot of itches. MPC Live Yamaha CP88 Sequential Prophet XL Line 6 HX Stomp/Helix Floor/PowerCab 112+ Golden Age "modded" Mic Pre Audio Technica AT4060 Tube Mic Presonus Monitor Station Dynaudio BX5A's (Pair) Line 6 StageSource L2t (Pair) A few guitars....

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What kind of quality mic should i buy for vocals and ac guitar? Neumann, Golden Age, Vanguard etc?

...the option to dial in how much roundness you want. Imho it’s a nice quality, underrated mic. The AT4060 might not be as “refined” but it’s a decent mic imho and sounds better than their other solid state mics. Btw a tube mic doesn’t need hours to get ready.. few minutes are usually more than enough.....

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