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Brand: Advanced Audio
Product Code: CM67se
Price: €1,184.99
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Advanced Audio CM67se

 Our CM67 is a large dual-diaphragm tube condenser microphone inspired by the famous U67 design and specifications. The CM67 has an ultra-smooth natural rise above 10khz and is a favorite for group vocals and singers who want a very detailed sound. It is also a favorite microphone for recording acoustic instruments.

Pheonix Drive performing vocals with the CM67se in omni position. You may notice a few others too.

Capsule

Advanced Audio’s AK67 capsule is a very accurate 35mm capsule with 6-micron German mylar diaphragms. Its frequency response matches within 2 dB the response of the K47 capsule used in K67 tube and U87 microphones.

Circuit

The CM67 features an upgraded 6072a circuit that provides a lower output impedance with slightly more headroom than the circuit used in the original U67. In addition, it provides a faster transient response when driving our BV8 output transformer, which is wound to the original specs. The BV8 will deliver +18dBm with less than 1% distortion and with a flat response down to 20Hz.

Who is using AA microphones? Read more>>

 Specifications:

  • AK67 35mm capsule with 6-micron diaphragms
  • 9 pick-up patterns selectable from the power supply
  • Class A 6072a 2-stage tube circuit with BV8 output transformer

 

  • Frequency response: 25Hz to 20kHz ±3dB
  • Noise: -17dB(A-weighted)
  • Impedance: <200 ohm
  • Distortion: 0.5% @ 125dB

 

  • Robust shock-mount
  • Aluminum road case

 Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions - Let us help you capture your sound signature in its fullest detail. 

 

Neumann, Neumann U67, U67 clone, mic inspired by Neumann U67, affordable mic, U67 inspired, Neumann U67 clone

 

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Advanced Audio CM67se

 Our CM67 is a large dual-diaphragm tube condenser microphone inspired by the famous U67 design and specifications. The CM67 has an ultra-smooth natural rise above 10khz and is a favorite for group vocals and singers who want a very detailed sound. It is also a favorite microphone for recording acoustic instruments.

Pheonix Drive performing vocals with the CM67se in omni position. You may notice a few others too.

Capsule

Advanced Audio’s AK67 capsule is a very accurate 35mm capsule with 6-micron German mylar diaphragms. Its frequency response matches within 2 dB the response of the K47 capsule used in K67 tube and U87 microphones.

Circuit

The CM67 features an upgraded 6072a circuit that provides a lower output impedance with slightly more headroom than the circuit used in the original U67. In addition, it provides a faster transient response when driving our BV8 output transformer, which is wound to the original specs. The BV8 will deliver +18dBm with less than 1% distortion and with a flat response down to 20Hz.

Who is using AA microphones? Read more>>

 Specifications:

  • AK67 35mm capsule with 6-micron diaphragms
  • 9 pick-up patterns selectable from the power supply
  • Class A 6072a 2-stage tube circuit with BV8 output transformer

 

  • Frequency response: 25Hz to 20kHz ±3dB
  • Noise: -17dB(A-weighted)
  • Impedance: <200 ohm
  • Distortion: 0.5% @ 125dB

 

  • Robust shock-mount
  • Aluminum road case

 Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions - Let us help you capture your sound signature in its fullest detail. 

 

Neumann, Neumann U67, U67 clone, mic inspired by Neumann U67, affordable mic, U67 inspired, Neumann U67 clone

 

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