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Klaus Heyne's Mic Lab / Re: 7 Mics for Kim Jong Un - Why? What are they?
« Last post by klaus on March 29, 2018, 01:28:41 pm »
... but what if Kim complains that they are made in Mexico? Should Trump have Kellyanne Conway find some vintage ones for him?
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Klaus Heyne's Mic Lab / Re: 7 Mics for Kim Jong Un - Why? What are they?
« Last post by Jim Williams on March 29, 2018, 11:40:55 am »
Maybe President Trump will gift Kim with a brand new set of Shure mics in his celebrity goodie bag?
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Klaus Heyne's Mic Lab / Re: 7 Mics for Kim Jong Un - Why? What are they?
« Last post by klaus on March 27, 2018, 03:21:19 pm »
So does that mean China needs to catch up to achieve MAD-like balance?

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Klaus Heyne's Mic Lab / Re: What Sony Model is this?
« Last post by Eddie Eagle on March 21, 2018, 03:56:18 pm »
I did a screen grab from Rolling Stone with that pic. They had labeled as I did. Maybe another recording session or they just used what they had?
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Klaus Heyne's Mic Lab / Re: What Sony Model is this?
« Last post by Piedpiper on March 21, 2018, 03:00:27 pm »
Sorry. Should have specified. I know the basic circuit difference, just never had the two side by side to compare the sound.

Will be interesting to see how the Tonelux versions compare.
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Klaus Heyne's Mic Lab / Re: What Sony Model is this?
« Last post by Dominick Costanzo on March 21, 2018, 01:08:07 pm »
oops... have one right here and didn't think o that. Thoughts about the sound difference between the two? Always wondered whether it would be a worthwhile investment and haven't had one here.
C37A has a cathode follower tube amp
C37P has a FET amp
I'm familiar with the C37A but not the C37P so I cannot comment on the differences.

That image of Hendrix was taken at TTG Studios in LA October 1968.
"Castles Made of Sand" was recorded at Olympic Studios in London October 1967.
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Recording - Engineering & Production / Re: At the glue factory pond
« Last post by Fletcher on March 20, 2018, 06:21:04 pm »
Thanks... BTW, that is one hell of a cool system!!  My absolute favorite use for it was to take a DI bass into the control room, split the signal, run of the signal to a pre-amp [add compression to taste], and print it... and the other half of the signal through a Little Labs "IBP" [In Between Phase] box, through the "STD" [Signal Transmission Device], and plug it into the bass amp.  From there you can tweeze the phase relationship of the DI & Mic'ed signals and really define the "vowel" of the bass sound so it sits in the mix perfectly -- usually with zero "EQ" [which you pretty much did with the IBP box].

Peace
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The only way to tell from the outside, without taking them apart, is by listening or by part number.

Old-style B-ULS capsule: Part no. 2072-Z-0005
TLII.C12VR  capsule: Part no. 2072-Z-0009

Very late to this thread  :) but there actually is a physical difference. The resonator equipped capsules (2072Z0009, 2027Z0023) have a dimple in the diaphragm ring 180 degrees from the connection stud; the "flat" capsules (2072Z0005, 2072Z0022) do not. You can see this clearly in the photos at Saturn Sound.
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Recording - Engineering & Production / At the glue factory pond
« Last post by Dinogi on March 20, 2018, 04:15:58 am »
Just sent for a Little Labs STD cable extender and was surprised that it was marked as a Mercenary Edition.
I certainly miss that quirky, wonderful pro audio store that you (Fletcher) and the guys built next to the glue factory pond.
Makes me want pull out my MA T shirt and wear it again for old time sake.
That place forever changed how I buy gear by separating the facts from the hype.
Thank you for that...d
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Klaus Heyne's Mic Lab / Re: Capsule Diaphragms: Nickel vs. Gold
« Last post by AusTex64 on March 14, 2018, 09:18:09 pm »
The Mastering Lab tube mic was directly coupled to its preamp. Also the Requisite Audio mic has the preamp included in the system. The Chandler mic is not unique in that regard.
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