22 47 LE
Vacuum Tube Large Diaphragm Condenser
- Large Diaphragm Condenser
- Center Terminated Capsule
- Vintage EF12 Stahlröhren (Steel Vacuum Tube) Amplifier Stage
- Custom Wound Output Transformer
- 9-Polar Patterns
MSRP $3,410 USD
Microphone kit comes as a complete system including:
- 22 47 LE Microphone
- Wood Microphone Box
- Power Supply
- 8-Pin Screw-on Cable Assembly
- Shock Mount
- Locking Padded Flight Case
22 47 LE Gallery
A closer look
A few details that make the 22 47 LE so special
Our 20' heavy duty 8-pin connector cable comes with microphone purchase. Replacement cable can be ordered here: 8-Pin Cable
22 47 LE Technical Info
22 47 LE Frequency Response
22 47 LE Technical Data
- Capsule Type: Condenser Pressure Gradient, 34mm, center terminated
- Frequency Range: 20Hz/22Khz
- Polar Pattern: 9 - Switchable from omni- to bi-directional
- Sensitivity: 12 mv/pa
- Impedance: 200 ohms
- SPL: 140 dB
- Equivalent Noise: 16 dB(A)
- Tube Type: EF12 Stahlröhren (Steel Tube)
- Power Requirements: Dedicated Power Supply, 115V or 230V AC
- Size: 59.5mm x 235mm
- Weight: 855g
Our community of artists, engineers, and reviewers have been busy putting the 22 47 LE through its paces. We present the following content to help you better understand the unique nature of this microphone.
22 47 LE YouTube Playlist
The 22 47 LE was used on the following sources in this playlist: A host of Country's top vocalists sing with it in the 'Forever Country' video. Ben Lee's Guitar and vocals are both captured using it in the popular 'Catch My Disease.' The Rasta vocals on 'Ol' Skool Vibes. Upright bass in Taarka's 'Home.'
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Spotify 22 47 LE Playlist
This is a collection of fully produced songs on Spotify that employ the Peluso 22 47 LE.
It was used for the following:
- Forever Country: Vocals for a host of Country's top artists including: Tim McGraw, Dolly Parton, George Strait, Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert, Eric Church, Reba, Dierks Bentley, Brett Eldredge, Faith Hill, Little Big Town, Ronnie Milsap, Kacey Musgraves, & Trisha Yearwood
- Ben Lee's Catch My Disease: Vocals & Acoustic Guitar
- Lonesome River Band's Your Memory wins again: Van Atkins' Vocal
- Ol' Skool Vibes: Vocal
- October Skies: Guitar
- Better Days: Vocals
SoundCloud Content Samples
These SoundCloud samples provided here are intended to provide examples of the selected microphone in use on specific sources and vocals. Some samples are provided both inside a mix and as isolated raw tracks. These samples are available for high resolution download to be experienced within your own listening environment and signal chain. We give credit and thanks to the artists who have provided these! If you find this helpful and have a sample you'd like to include please contact us!
The 22 47 LE is my vocal microphone of choice. I’ve been specializing of late, it seems, in producing female vocalists, and this mic shines in this application. I’ve also used it successfully with male singers. I’ve used it on acoustic guitars and tenor saxophone. It has brilliant and smooth highs. There’s a sheen present, but it’s not harsh. Its low end is lovely, and the sound is reminiscent of the original steel-tubed Neumann U 47. It’s got great, great body.
-Henry Robinett, TapeOp Issue #62
Singing into this thing is nothing short of revelatory. Sonically, the 2247 LE has all the tube warmth and pleasant response you may be familiar with if you have ever encountered a U47 in the wild, but the newness of the microphone and it’s components give it a crispness that takes it above and beyond. You can’t help but feel like this is what U47’s would have sounded like out of the box, back before they were vintage.
-Mixdown Magazine Australia
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