Avantone Audio CR-14 Ribbon Microphone

Avantone Audio CR-14 Ribbon Microphone

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Overview

The Avantone CR-14 ribbon microphone sports a rugged build and highly pleasing sonic texture that's suitable for a range of instruments, all at a price that anyone can afford. The smooth, timeless sound of classic ribbons is here in spades, with a soft and gentle high-frequency response that tames overly bright and shrill sources. Guitar amps, vocals, horns and all sorts of acoustic instruments will benefit from the inviting tone of the Avantone Audio CR-14.

Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • CR-14 Ribbon Microphone
Finish
  • Red
Year
  • 2010s
Made In
  • China
Categories
Electronics
  • Analog
  • Passive
Microphone Type
  • Ribbon
Polar Pattern
  • Bidirectional
Wired/Wireless
  • Wired

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