Telefunken U47 Condenser Microphone
If there ever was a classic in the microphone world, the U47 may be THE ONE. The original Telefunken U47 was created in 1947; the first condenser microphone with switchable polar patterns (cardioid and omnidirectional). It featured the now-famous M7 capsule, VF14 tubes (they were military surplus tubes at the...
Telefunken C12 Condenser Microphone
Based on one of the most coveted and revered classic mics of all time, the Telefunken Elektroakustic C12 delivers a 3 dimensional, notably articulate and present sound, in a way that few other microphones can. The original C12 was developed by AKG in 1953, famed as one of the first...
Telefunken ELA M 260 Condenser Microphone
Our first impression of Telefunken Elektroakustic’s first small diaphragm condenser, the ELA M 260 was that it captures the rhythmic qualities of an acoustic guitar in a very natural way. It has a very flattering transient response that never gets too edgy, and the body of the signal remains smooth....
Telefunken AK-47 MKII Condenser Microphone
The Ak-47 is described by Telefunken Elektroakustic as a mix between the historic M49 and U47 / U48 microphones, and this is quite accurate. It has a very smooth low end and a nice presence without sounding overly bright. The AK-47 features a proprietary circuit designed around a NOS EF-732...