Behringer T-1, T-47
Tube condenser mics
These microphones feature professional, large-diaphragms, hand-selected 12AX7 vacuum tubes, cardioids pickup patterns, pressure-gradient transducers with shock-mounted capsules, switchable low-frequency roll-off and -20dB input attenuation, external power supply with 30' multi-core cable included, heavy duty suspension mounts, windscreens and aluminum transport cases, and metal die-cast bodies.
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