Hello and welcome to The House of Chrome.

 You are looking at a rarer 1970's / 80's era Philips 7300 model dynamic cardioid microphone that comes with the mic clip shown. The Philips microphone Company is based out of Holland and while I have technical data / info on this mic I can assure you that this model is a very high quality build. This rarely seen mic has a very modern design with an all metal body and stock painted finish.

 Best part is that this mic was actually made in Japan and at that time Japan was making some of the finest electronic components in the world. This mic should outlive anybody that buys it so long as it's not badly abused.

 Philips made some very unique, quality microphones back in the 1940's & 50's and their designs certainly stood out. This classic stick mic has a bit more character than the standard model. It's set at low impedance as well. 600 OHMS with a warm smooth sound and great frequency response. Very similar to the Shure SM58 model mic.

 The two tone grey with black gives the mic a slightly more ominous look.

 It's uni-directional picking up sound that directly in front of the mic blocking out all background noise.

 This mic has been tested and works excellent. No issues. It would be a great vocal mic for singing or broadcasting purposes.

 This mic is appx 6 inches long X 2 inches wide at the globe. Very lite weight and comes with an on / off switch that works perfectly.

 The mic itself looks great with just very lite wear. A couple small scuff marks. The front grill looks great and free of any odors or tarnish. The Philips label shows lite wear but completely legible. I would rate the condition as very nice overall. A true 8 = on a scale of 1 - 10. The real beauty is the tone of the mic.

 The inner silk pop filter is original and in excellent shape showing that the mic was very well stored and lightly used over the years. Everything is tight on this mic and the XLR pins were cleaned ensuring a perfect signal once an XLR cable is attached.

 This mic comes with the mic clip that looks excellent and works just as well. Provides a firm grip on the mics handle and will provide a great degree of tilt up and down. It will screw onto any desk or floor stand as well.                 

 

        If you demand rarer mic to use on the daily...than this might just be for you?    

 MICROPHONES STAND SHOWN IS NOT PART OF THIS SALE...FOR DISPLAY PURPOSES ONLY.

                     

As with all my items...

  I can promise you will be happy with it for the price paid. If not...I have a no hassle return policy. The shipping will be on you as I believe that's fair but the purchase price would be refunded. Simply return in the same nice condition...period. Check my rating. INTERNATIONAL BUYERS are welcome as well. Buyer must pay within 24 hours or an unpaid case will be opened and item relisted. Domestic buyer will get priority shipping.

  If you have any questions feel free to ask and...thanks for looking.

Reverb Buyer Protection

Reverb has your back if your item is lost, damaged, or doesn't match its description. Simply report any issues within 7 days and we'll help you get a full refund.Learn more about Reverb Buyer Protection.

Listed5 months ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
Excellent items are almost entirely free from blemishes and other visual defects and have been played or used with the utmost care.Learn more
Brand
Model
  • D 1000E Cardioid Dynamic Microphone
Finish
  • Silver
Categories
Year
  • 1970s
Made In
  • Austria
Electronics
  • Passive
  • Analog
Microphone Type
  • Dynamic
Wired/Wireless
  • Wired
Polar Pattern
  • Cardioid

Reverb Protection

Simple Returns, Secure Transactions, Human Support

Learn more

Secure Checkout

The House of Chrome

Escondido, CA, United States
Sales:2,589
Joined Reverb:2018

Reverb Gives

Your purchases help youth music programs get the gear they need to make music.

Carbon-Offset Shipping

Your purchases also help protect forests, including trees traditionally used to make instruments.

Oops, looks like you forgot something. Please check the fields highlighted in red.