Solid State Large Diaphragm Condenser
Stage, Studio, Voiceover or Pod-Cast Microphone

The Peluso Stage One brings Peluso large diaphragm condenser microphone technology to the stage.

Delivering detailed clarity with a warm tone that you would expect from a studio condenser. The PS-1 provides very high gain while delivering the feedback rejection required in a live environment. The capsule is internally shock mounted with dual silicone disks eliminating handling noise. A rugged metal head basket with internal foam windscreen protects against pops and moisture. An 18 dB pad switch will match the gain to familiar dynamic microphones, accommodating more powerful sources. A low-end roll-off switch reduces rumbles and a high-end roll-off switch reduces wind and other high frequency noise. Whether you are playing in a club, a theater, an arena, or at a festival; with live monitors or in-ear, this mic will bring exceptional tone and clarity to your on-stage performance! The PS-1 also makes an exceptional pod-cast and voiceover microphone for those wanting a detailed intimate vocal capture!
  • Internally Shock Mounted
  • Internal Foam Windscreen
  • Large Diaphragm Condenser
  • Edge Terminated Capsule
  • 18dB pad, High Pass & Low Pass Filters
  • Custom Wound Output Transformer
  • Standard 3-Pin XLR Connector


Microphone kit comes as a complete system including:

  • PS-1 Microphone
  • Hard Stand Mount
  • Zipper Bag
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PS-1 Gallery

A closer look

PS-1 Front
PS-1 Side
PS-1 Back
PS-1 Inside Split
PS-1 Mount
PS-1 Open
PS-1 Full Kit
PS-1 Box
    PS-1 Front 1k
    PS-1 Side 1k
    PS-1 Back 1k
    PS-1 Inside Split
    PS-1 Mount
    PS-1 Open
    PS-1 Full Kit
    PS-1 Box


      A few details that make the PS-1 so special

      PS-1 Pad
      An 18dB pad switch, located under the head grille, will reduce gain to match familiar dynamic mics.
      PS-1 High-End Roll-Off
      A high-end roll-off switch, located under the head grille, will reduce wind noise and sibilance.
      PS-1 Low-End Roll-Off
      A low-end roll-off switch, located under the head grille, gently reduces low-end gain.  This can be useful in louder indoor live music environments.
      PS-1 XLR Connection
      The XLR connection is soldered directly to the extra heavy-duty high circuit board on over-sized solder pads.  Designed to last for a lifetime of use.
      PS-1 Circuit Board
      Hand -soldered through-hole component circuit board.
      PS-1 Transformer
      Custom wound output transformer for a smooth balanced output.
      PS-1 Capsule
      1" edge-terminated gold-Mylar condenser capsule. This is a true large diameter condenser capsule engineered for live performance, podcast, and voice-over work.
      PS-1 Capsule Element
      The capsule element is machined with post that extends into the mic body.
      PS-1 Capsule Element
      The capsule element is internally shock mounted.  The entire element is cradled by two soft flexible silicone discs.
      3-Pin XLR Cable
      Our 3-pin XLR cable can be purchased here: in purple-green P-G XLR Cable; or here in black-red B-R XLR Cable
      PS-1 Inner Foam
      The inside of the head grille is lined with a thin wind foam.  This foam is just enough to cut wind noise and plosives, while not impacting the full frequency response of the microphone.

        PS-1 Technical Info

        Detailed specifications

        PS-1 Frequency Response

        PS-1 Frequency Response Graph

        PS-1 Technical Data

        • Capsule Type: Condenser pressure gradient w/ 1" capsule, edge terminated
        • Frequency Range: 20Hz/20Khz
        • Polar Pattern: Super Cardioid
        • Sensitivity: 10 mv/pa
        • Impedance: 200 ohms
        • SPL: 145 dB
        • Equivalent Noise: 18 dB(A)
        • Power Requirements: Phantom power 48v
        • Size: 44mm x 203mm
        • Weight: 418g


        Our community of artists, engineers, and reviewers have been busy putting the PS-1 through its paces. We present the following content to help you better understand the unique nature of this microphone.

        PS-1 YouTube Playlist

        The TWiRT interview video features the PS-1 at the 42:44 minute mark, an extended interview with John Peluso begins at 21:00.  On Josh Wolf's 'Amber Morning Sky' the PS-1 is used on backing vocals.  On the Chupacabras Bus Stop Session you can hear the great rejection with PS-1 used on lead vocals in a small environment with horns, drums, and amplified instruments in a live space.  In the Taarka entries you can hear the subtle and beautiful detail with both male and female vocals recorded with the PS-1.
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        Playlist: Peluso PS-1


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        "I use 4 PS-1 mic's with The Lonesome River Band. They have been dropped. Stands knocked over and in the rain at outdoor festivals. Never a problem. As soon as I hooked them up the band noticed improvement in their IEM mixes. Vocal intelligibility and clarity was better than ever. Having high and low pass filters on the mic has been an extra cool tool to enhance any singers voice."
        - Allen Conner, FOH Lonsome River Band


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        "The PS-1 is no joke and no exaggeration - the best sounding stage mic I've ever sang through.  I've used it in theaters, festivals, good sounding clubs and a packed Red Rocks.  The PS-1 represents the full spectrum of frequencies most accurately without too much or too little in any part of the spectrum.  I own a nuemann ksm handheld, and to me the PS-1 sounds leagues better. "
        - Daniel Rodriguez, Lead guitar & voacl w/Elephant Revival

        Cut Sheet

        P-280 Cut Sheet

        A one sheet .pdf you can save and share with the full description, features, and specification of this microphone.


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