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SE Electronics RNR1

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SE Electronics RNR1

Meet the RNR1 - the world's first mic from Mr. Rupert Neve.
With custom transformers and discrete circuitry from the man behind the recording industry as we know it, the RNR1 hears more than any other ribbon on the planet.

Ribbon mics have been around for a long time, and have always been particularly prized for the exceptionally "natural" sound they provide. Not too forward, never bright or shiny, they capture midrange detail with a pleasant intimacy and usually sit quite easily in a mix.

One downside of their mellow nature used to be physical delicacy, but that challenge was conquered long ago with more rugged, reliable materials. But the other main negative with ribbon mics is the high-frequency roll-off inherent in their design, which had never been dealt with until Rupert Neve - the father of the recording console - decided to make a microphone.

SPECIFICATIONS
  • Acoustic Operating Principle: Electrodynamic pressure gradient with active electronics
  • Generating Element: Hand-tensioned 2.5µm aluminum ribbon
  • Directional Pattern: Figure-8
  • Frequency range: 20 Hz - 25 kHz
  • Impedance: 200 Ohms
  • Sensitivity: 22.39 mV/Pa (-33 dB)
  • Max SPL: 135 dB (0.5% THD @ 1kHz)
  • Signal to Noise Ratio: 76 dB
  • Self Noise: 18 dB(A)
  • Low Cut Filter Switch: 100 Hz
  • Matching Connectors: XLR3F
  • Power requirement: 48V phantom
  • Weight: 860g / 30.34oz
Sku: RNR1

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