The Sterling Audio ST44 is a small-diaphragm tube condenser microphone that incorporates a hand-built capsule with a thin, 6-micron evaporated gold Mylar diaphragm. Optimized to capture the most defin... Read More
The Sterling Audio ST44 is a small-diaphragm tube condenser microphone that incorporates a hand-built capsule with a thin, 6-micron evaporated gold Mylar diaphragm. Optimized to capture the most definition and detail from all acoustic instruments like piano, drums, and guitars, the ST44's low-noise GT6205M tube in a Class-A triode circuit provides warmth and detail, adding new dimension to vocal and especially instrument recording.
Requires phantom power.
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I purchased these microphones after one of my workhorse AT 4050's was damaged leaving me with only one mic for stereo recording. I have used the Sterling mic as Drum overheads, Stereo paris for Acoustic Guitar, Percussion. So far I am very pleased over all quality is very high. Was impressed with the quality of the vacum tube, its small but well made. Good transient response, nice hot output, very low self noise.
I bought the Sterling Audio ST44 to replace my AKG C1000s as drum overheads(which sucked btw). The ST44s are clean, warm and quiet. What I like about them is the subtle compression the tubes add on cymbal crashes and xtra loud snare hits. The only other overheads I've ever heard that I like more than the ST44s is the mojave audio MA200s (that's why I gave them 4 out of 5 stars). In a typical week I record everything from string quartets to metal and these mics have yet to disappoint. Great stereo immage in XY. Best overheads for the price period.
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