Vacuum Tube Ribbon
- Long Geometry Ribbon
- Great for long cable runs
- Glass Tube Amplifier Stage
- Custom Wound Output Transformer
MSRP $1,116 USD
Microphone kit comes as a complete system including:
- TR 14 Microphone
- Wood Microphone Box
- Power Supply
- 7-Pin XLR Cable Assembly
- Shock Mount
- Locking Padded Flight Case
TR 14 Gallery
A closer look
A few details that make the TR 14 so special
TR 14 Technical Info
TR 14 Frequency Response
TR 14 Technical Data
- Type: Ribbon-Velocity Studio Microphone
- Operating Principal: Electrodynamic Pressure Gradient
- Magnets: Rare Earth Neodymium
- Frequency Range: 30Hz/16Khz
- Polar Pattern: Figure of 8 (Bi-Directional)
- Sensitivity: -35 dBV (re 1v/pa)
- Impedance: 200 ohms
- SPL: 149 dB
- Equivalent Noise: 15 dB(A)
- Tube Type: CK5784 / 6J1P sub-miniature glass tube
- Power Requirements: Dedicated Power Supply, 115V or 230V AC
- Size: 36mm x 210mm
- Weight: 450g
Our community of artists, engineers, and reviewers have been busy putting the TR 14 through its paces. We present the following content to help you better understand the unique nature of this microphone.
TR 14 YouTube Playlist
The TR 14 was used on the following sources in this playlist: Upstate Rubdown - saxophone; Sean Rowe - Fender Princeton guitar amp; Forlorn Strangers - Vox AC15 keyboard amp; Nir Popliker - acoustic guitar (with P-12); Brooke Annibale - Vox AC-15 guitar amp; Water Seed - trumpet; Josh Wolfe - guitar amp & bass amp; Alex Lacquement - upright bass (with 22 251MSC); Sidewalk chalk - percussion/claps.
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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!
"This thing sounds great on electric guitar! I used it on over driven guitar with a classic ’65 Fender Deluxe Reverb and my old Strat. I placed the mic in a variety of places, but preferring it, in this case, about 2 inches in front of the grill. It turned out a big sweet sound. I had to boost the EQ about 3 db at 3.5K, which is pretty standard for me to get the sound I like with ribbons and this guitar. There was less proximity effect than with the R-14, but it was just a great sound. And then I used it on my Gibson ES-355 and a Seymore Duncan Convertible for some fantastic crunchy guitar. It’s the best sound yet I’ve had with that combination, -- and I’ve been that guitar/amp combo for probably 20 years or more!"
"I’ve used this a few times on horns: two sessions with a jazz trumpet player and twice with a great alto player playing some funky stuff. This is the mic."
-Henry Robinett, TapeOp
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