last update 27th April 2013

microphones

Aiwa - AKG - Altec - American - Amperite - Astatic - Beyerdynamic - B & O - Brush - Continental - Calrad - Dynacord - Echolette - Electro Voice - Fentone - Gates - Geloso - Grampian - Grundig - Meazzi - Melodium - Neumann - Philips - RCA - Remler - Reslo - Ronette - Schoeps - Schumann - Sennheiser - Shure Brothers - Siemens - STC- Tannoy - Tesla - Telefunken - Turner - Universal - Western Electric - various microphones

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Astatic R3, pic 1

Astatic, model R3, bullet microphone, crystal, high impedance, new cable to jack, very good original condition, has Turner 1960ies x-tal element, good output, great sound for harp players, June 1946, super rare mic

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Euro 260,00

Electro Voice 641, pic 1 small

Electro Voice model 641, dynamic element, high impedance, on/off switch, 1-pin Amphenol output, with cable to jack or XLR, good condition, brushed chrome body with gray plastic part, great sound for harp players, 1960ies, rare!

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Euro 160,00

Melodium 75A, pic 1, small

Melodium, model 75A, dynamic microphone, low imp., cardioid, very good condition, silver/gray metal finish, sorry no connector, 1950ies

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Euro 110,00

Neumann Km 76, pic 1, small

Neumann, model KM 76, multipattern condenser microphone (cardioid, omni, figure 8), low impedance 200 ohms, 3-pin DIN output, incl. original box, new cable to XLR, 12V t-power to 48V phantom power adapter (mic runs on 48V) 1960ies, TV gray, very good condition

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Euro 900,00

Philips 9549, pic 1

Philips, model 9549, dynamic, cardioid, multi impedance, 4-pin Philips output connector, poor condition, mic is working, but sounds thin. Sorry: no connector in stock, 1950/60ies

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Euro 55,00

Sennheiser MD 408, pic 1 small

Sennheiser, model MD 408, cardioid dynamic microphone, on/off switch, low impedance 200 ohms, 3-pin DIN output connector, incl. cable to XLR, 1960/70ies, brushed chrome, good condition

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Euro 100,00

Sennheiser MD 441-U3, pic 1 small

Sennheiser, model MD 441-U3, supercardioid dynamic microphone, low impedance 200 ohms, XLR output connector, 1980ies, all black, very good condition with all papers, clip and original box

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Euro 340,00

Shure 55SH gold, pic 1

Shure Unidyne, model 55SH, unidirectional dynamic, 3-pin XLR output connector, no impedance switch, 1970ies, original good condition, Shure logo is missing, early type microphone capsule, rare gold version

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Euro 250,00

Shure 545L, pic 1, small

Shure Unidyne III, model 545L, unidirectional dynamic, high impedance, 1-pin Amphenol output, original, good condition, great sound for harp players, 1960ies

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Euro 140,00

Shure 545S Ser.II, pic 1

Shure Unidyne III, model 545S Series 2, unidirectional dynamic, low and high impedance, 4-pin Amphenol, on/off switch, cable to jack or XLR, good original condition, great sound for harp players, 1960/70ies

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Euro 180,00

STC 4033A, pic 1, small

STC (Standard Telephones and Cables Limited), model 4033A, ribbon & dynamic microphone, low imp., cardioid and figure eight (switchable), very good condition, black wrinkle finish, with original stand mount connector and cable to XLR, 1950/60ies, sounds very similar to a Western Electric 639, studio quality, rare!!!

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Euro 900,00

Turner 33D pic 2 small

Turner, model 33D, dynamic, high impedance, 1-pin Amphenol connector and adapter to jack or XLR, very good condition, great sound for harp players, 1950ies

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Euro 140,00