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December 24, 2012 / Randy Coppinger

Mic #2 Answer

Audio Engineering Associates builds their AEA R84 ribbon microphone in Pasadena, California. To me, this mic makes anything sound tasty and vintage. Here’s the pic of the mic again without any blur effect to disguise it. Click to enlarge.

AEA_R84_707

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  1. Sigurdor Gudmundsson / Dec 24 2012 11:28 am

    AEA R84 ?

    • skonrokk / Dec 24 2012 11:29 am

      Ahahaha I opened both windows (question and answer) apparently at the same time and …. well guess I was right then 😉

  2. Stephen Bowlby / Nov 8 2013 9:37 am

    Another great mic I own. Smooth and lacking in harshness. Also gain…gotta have a good pre. I use the AEA TRP.

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