Large format mixer and studio monitors are for my home studio recording audio gear, I do use a small format Yamaha MG-10 mixer (not visible) to interface boom mounted mic to HF radios.
Thanks for looking!very tidy. what padding are you using on the walls?
Thanks for looking , that's the AEA R84 ribbon mic.What kind of ribbon microphone is that?
Thanks for looking , that's the AEA R84 ribbon mic.
Expensive but worth it for clear, uncolored SSB audio. Ribbon mics go back a long time and were widely used during the golden age of broadcast radio.
They are still highly regarded today but there use is usually limited to studio recording due to their fragile nature.
Pic below is a newscaster with a now highly prized RCA 44 ribbon mic.
It's a question of personal tastes and what you're looking for in your transmit audio, and more importantly if is being used on a CB or HF radio.I wonder how it would compare to an electro-voice re 20 at half the price?
I play with myself! LOL.Very nice setup fourstringburn! What you say you do again?? What band you travel with??. Or you play yourself?? At any rate, sweet little studio you have there!!!
We used them in our main broadcast studios