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    sE Electronics RNR1Published on 04/15/14 at 13:51
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Mono mic is active ribbon (eats 48v).

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    Exellent surprise, I just spent two days with. I recorded the violin, accordion and mandolin. Maybe the best sound I get a grip on this precise violin I know bcp. Its a very wooly accordion, very tape but less exaggerated that a 4038.
    All this very natural, between the ribbon and the capacitor, with no default of the moment.
    Compare a tlm170, Schoeps mk4, Royer SF12, 4038 schools, 414.
    I will come but I wanted to refine already provide first positive opinion. ...
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    Mono mic is active ribbon (eats 48v).

    OVERALL OPINION

    Exellent surprise, I just spent two days with. I recorded the violin, accordion and mandolin. Maybe the best sound I get a grip on this precise violin I know bcp. Its a very wooly accordion, very tape but less exaggerated that a 4038.
    All this very natural, between the ribbon and the capacitor, with no default of the moment.
    Compare a tlm170, Schoeps mk4, Royer SF12, 4038 schools, 414.
    I will come but I wanted to refine already provide first positive opinion.
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