Choose a Microphone
- SCT 2000
- Retro Tube II
- SC 1100
- SCT 800
- SC 400
Our flagship is still a bargainWe are not shy to proclaim that this large-diaphragm tube microphone can easily compete with hefty-priced boutique microphones, even though it is a real bargain. A premium sound character, lots of detail and truly astonishing flexibility make it the perfect foundation for your work in the recording studio – for almost every sound source.
Retro Tube II
Vintage look, classic soundOozing with character is what describes the Retro Tube II best. Looking like a gem from yesteryear and giving you that warm and classy sound, it still is a modern and reliable piece of equipment for your everyday work – and a tasteful statement. Use it with vocals, but also acoustic instruments and amplifiers!
Jack-of-all-trades in the recording studioA neutral-sounding large-diaphragm condenser microphone with switchable polar patterns like the t.bone SC 1100 is the backbone of professional studio recordings. Because of its high sensitivity and superb resolution of every sonic detail, we promise you’ll be amazed in almost any situation from subtle vocals to overheads over thundering drums.
Eye-catcher (and ear-catcher!)The SCT 800 looks stunning with the combination of blue and gold. But it’s not only the looks: The large, gold-sputtered diaphragm, the tube and the transformer generate a warm and rich, yet detailed sound. The polar pattern is a fixed cardioid, which is used most frequently in the studio. It’s a typical vocal mic, but you’d be missing out if you didn’t try it on acoustic instruments, as well!
Professional sound for little moneyThis is not a small-diaphragm condenser capsule in a studio housing: The fixed-pattern t.bone SC 400 utilises a highly professional, gold-sputtered, large diaphragm that measures one inch (2.5 centimetres) in diameter. Instruments will be highly detailed and vocals will effortlessly cut through your mix if you use the SC 400!