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Microphones & Wireless Systems
Cardioid Condenser Microphones
SE Electronics Cardioid Condenser Microphones
From Justin Timberlake to Paramore to Black Sabbath, these artists certainly don't sound alike, but they all have one thing in common: sE Electronics. In fact, sE Electronics cardioid condenser microphones are used on countless professional recordings - and with a little time spent in this section, you too can be lucky enough to include one in your live or studio setup. Whether you're an industry veteran or an aspiring amateur, sE Electronics is proud to provide first-class cardioid condenser microphones for anyone who wants to their share their musical passion with an audience.
On this page you'll find cardioid condenser microphones ranging from $100 to $500. These mics are everything you'd expect from a company that prides themselves on their ability to combine innovative technologies with old-school construction techniques. Take for example, a top seller like the X1 Studio Condenser Microphone. Featuring a hand-built capsule with a 10dB pad and a low cut filter, this mic is ideal for those who want to record acoustic instruments, ensembles and vocals with exceptional clarity.
sE Electronics also specializes in a state-of-the-art tube condenser microphone that's perfect for everything from vocals and pianos to acoustic guitars and percussion. Known as the X1 T Large Diaphragm Tube Condenser Microphone, this mic boasts a handcrafted, gold-sputtered capsule with top-notch analog tube circuitry. The result is a mic that delivers sparkling highs and warm lows that will surely have your engineering skills recognized by like-minded musical peers.
So with these two choices in mind, feel free to explore the rest of this selection of sE Electronics cardioid condenser microphones. There are many others here that would fit right at home in any live or recording setup - all you have to do is take your personal preferences, needs and budget into consideration and make a pick! sE Electronics has been pushing the limits of what recording equipment can accomplish since 2000 and they're not planning to stop any time soon.