Cutting-edge large diaphragm condenser microphone that reflects three decades of dedicated craftsmanship. As the third iteration of the 47V microphone family, it breaks away from traditional vintage microphone replication methods by eschewing early capsule designs, outdated vacuum tubes, and output transformers. This departure allows for the creation of a microphone tailored precisely to desired sound profiles, whether that means replicating the smooth frequency response and harmonic richness of vintage microphones or pushing boundaries further by extending high-frequency response and finely controlling saturation behaviors throughout the sonic spectrum.
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At a glance
- Large diaphragm condenser microphone
- Result of 30 years of expertise in microphone craftsmanship
- Third generation within the 47V microphone family
- Breaks away from traditional vintage microphone replication methods
- Does not use early capsule designs, outdated vacuum tubes, or output transformers
- Offers precise sound profile customization
- Capable of replicating smooth frequency response and harmonic richness of vintage microphones
- Can extend high-frequency response and finely control saturation behaviors
- Represents a departure from conventional microphone design and technology.
The Nordic Audio Labs NU-47VS3 is a large diaphragm condenser microphone born from three decades dedicated to honing the art of microphone craftsmanship. The third evolution within the illustrious 47V lineage represents a profound departure from conventional approaches to vintage microphone replication.
Dispensing with early capsule designs, obsolete vacuum tubes, and output transformers, the NU-47VS3 embodies a spirit of innovation that allows its creators to sculpt a microphone precisely to their specifications.
With this microphone in their arsenal, they can recreate the smooth frequency response and harmonic richness of vintage microphones or push boundaries further by subtly extending the high-frequency response and meticulously controlling saturation behaviors across the entire sonic spectrum.