Warm Audio recreates the 87-style FET condenser mic for an affordable price! This Revision 2 model brings the WA-87 even closer to the 1960s classic sound.
Warm Audio set out to reproduce the classic brass CK12 capsule. The result? This gem of a multi-pattern condenser -- an homage to the vintage 414 microphone.
Get sE Electronics quality in an awesomely affordable package with the sE2200 fixed-cardioid condenser mic, with metal pop filter and shock mount included.
With 3 switchable pickup patterns, the super-versatile Rode NT2-A invokes the silky-smooth spirit of the legendary microphones of the '50s and '60s.
A budget-friendly "first condenser" for home studios, PreSonus' M7 microphone is great for vocals and voiceover, and handles louder sources up to 134 dB SPL.
Lewitt started with their LCT 440 PURE large-diaphragm condenser, and added flexible multi-pattern capabilities. Record any source with 8 pickup patterns.
Beyerdynamic brings decades of mic-making prowess to this large-diaphragm condenser -- ideal for capturing clear, natural, detailed recordings in the studio.
With an open-air capsule mounting system for clear, transparent sound, the Audix A131 condenser is great for almost any source, onstage or in the studio.
An awesomely affordable studio staple with a clear, up-front presence, the transformerless AT4033 is a natural on everything from guitar cabinets to vocals.