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Royer Labs R-101
Designed with high SPL (sound pressure level) capabilities and low residual noise, the R-101 is ideal for studio and live sound reinforcement applications. The microphone features multi-layered wind screening for protection from air blasts and plosives, providing protection for the microphone's ribbon element. This screening system also reduces proximity effect, facilitating closer miking with less bass buildup. The ribbon element's smooth frequency response and phase linearity, coupled with sensitivity levels enable the R-101 to provide an element of analog warmth essential to digital recording systems.
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