FET microphone inspired by the much sought-after U47 mic, using British Oxford transformers, Class-A FET circuit design, Phillips Norelco Uber-FET,
The ADK Berlin-47 T is a FET large diaphragm condenser microphone inspired by the revered U47 and delivering a warm, smooth and classic sound of the 50's
The ADK Berlin-47 T uses an all-new Class-A F.E.T which is designed for soft-saturation rather than the usual hard clipping at extremely high SPL. It ensures the microphone remains as musical as possible even when close-miked.
To achieve this, ADK has had to employ the best components possible starting with the ADK Low-Noise 3 Zigma capsule with Vintage Voicing curves which is the result of extensive research and collaboration between experts in three different continents. Furthermore, the Berlin-47 T employs British Oxford transformers and high-end Phillips Norelco Uber-FET.
Further appointments include a three-way polar pattern switch providing a choice between Omni, cardioid and bi-directional modes and a dual attenuation pad and filter to modify the dynamic response of the microphone.
The Berlin-47 T offers rich bottom end with a hint of sparkle in the high frequency.
ADK Berling-47 T Large Diaphragm Condenser Microphone Main Features:
- Acoustical operating principle: 27.5mm large diaphragm pressure gradient transducer
- Directional pattern: Cardioid, Figure 8, Omni
- Frequency range: 20Hz~20kHz
- Sensitivity: -38dB (12.6mV/Pa)
- Output impedance: 200 ohms
- Equivalent noise A-weighted: 14 dB
- S/N ratio (A-weighted, rel 1Pa): 80dB
- Maximum SPL: 139dB with 16dB pad
- Dynamic range: 125dB
- Supply voltage: 48 volts (P48)