Wunder Audio CM7 Microphone
If there ever was a classic in the microphone world, the U47 may be THE ONE. The original 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 time,...
Wunder Audio CM49 Microphone
Created in 1949, the original Neumann M49 was a first of its kind. Utilizing two separate cardioid condenser systems, one could vary the voltage of the rear capsule remotely, providing 8 different polar patterns, from omni-directional to full figure-8. With the ability to control these settings from the power supply,...
Wunder Audio Cm7-GTS K47 Capsule Microphone
With the Wunder Audio Cm7-GTS (Glass Tube Switchable), you essentially get two mics in one! This is the same mic as Wunder’s popular Cm7-GT, a very versatile take on a vintage U47, with remote polar pattern selection at the power supply. It features an NOS Vintage Telefunken glass tube and...