The VR2, an active ribbon that can take violins and voices right to the foreground of your listener's stereo. The VR ribbon microphones from sE mark a new era for ribbon mic technology. Until the VR Series, the only ribbon mic in the world to perform across 20Hz-20kHz was our own Rupert Neve collaboration, the RNR1. This was achieved using state-of-the-art custom transformers and a Rupert Neve-designed circuit to reveal HF usually absent. With the VR mics, full frequency response is achieved using a clever mechanical device designed by Siwei Zou, the company CEO, and a hand-tensioned ribbon constructed by our highly specialized technicians in sE's capsule room.


  • Frequency Range- 20hz to 18khz
  • Self noise- 19db
  • 2.5 um aluminum ribbon
  • Sensitivity- 10mV/Pa
  • Impedance-200 ohms


- Transducer: Hand-crafted 2.5 µm Aluminum ribbon

- Electronics: Active
- Electrical impedance: 200 Ohms
- Connectivity: 3-pin male XLR connector
- Powering: 48V Phantom Power (P48 according to IEC 61938)

- Polar patterns: Figure-8
- Frequency range: 20 Hz - 18 kHz
- Sensitivity: 10 mV / Pa (-40 dBV)
- Max SPL: 135 dB (0.5% THD @ 1kHz)
- Equivalent noise level: 18 dB(A)
- Signal to noise ratio: 76 dB

- Mic length: 33mm (1.30 in.)
- Mic width: 20 mm (0.79 in.)
- Mic height: 187 mm (7.36 in.)
- Mic weight: 360 g (12.70 oz.)

What's in the box
- VR2 microphone
- microphone stand clip
- thread adapter
- wooden case
- shockmount

ConditionBrand New (New)
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  • Voodoo VR2 Active Ribbon Microphone
  • Voodoo
  • Passive
  • Analog
Polar Pattern
  • Bidirectional
  • Wired
Microphone Type
  • Ribbon

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