AEA Nuvo Series N8 Ribbon Microphone
As the second model in AEA’s Nuvo Series, the N8 combines the modern advantages of phantom powered electronics, with a classic ribbon sound. In fact the aluminum ribbon in the N8 is identical to the flagship R44 model in its dimensions and tuning, delivering a wide open sound and strong...
AEA TRP 2-Channel Pre-Amp
A common myth with ribbon mics is they have plenty of character, but they can sound too dark and sometimes downright muddy. Now while there tends to be less of a presence boost in the top end, as compared to other types of microphones, oftentimes people are just not using...
AEA Nuvo Series N22 Ribbon Microphone
Among other things, the N22 is the ultimate electric guitar player’s companion. The folks at AEA have done a praiseworthy job at producing a modern day microphone that is both convenient, versatile, and cost effective, all the while maintaining the classic true to life sound that can only a quality...
AEA R84 Ribbon Microphone
The AEA R84 is a modern take on the classic R44. Using advances in more recent technology, the folks at AEA were able to achieve a classic, large ribbon sound, with some modern conveniences, including a light weight body and more mild proximity effect. Also the efficient design of the...
AEA KU4 Cardiod Ribbon Microphone
Though perhaps not as recognizable as the RCA 44, the legendary RCA KU3A was a rare gem from the late 40’s, originally designed specifically for Hollywood movies studios. Since ribbon microphones inherently have a figure-8 polar pattern, this model was designed with a folded pipe with internal damping providing an...
AEA R44C Ribbon Microphone
Back before condenser microphones made their way across the Atlantic, the ribbon mic and its big sound was the ear drum of America. Maybe the most iconic of these US juggernauts was the RCA 44, coveted to this day for it’s larger than life sound and velvety top end. The...