AKG D 202 E1 MICROPHONE

THIS MICROPHONE REALLY IS VINTAGE BUT STILL WIDELY USED IN STUDIOS AND FOR SPEECH.

A CLASSIC IN RECORDING AND BROADCAST.

OFTEN USED IN THE HOUSES OF PARIAMENT!

I bought it brand new in 1980 to use in my home studio - analogue in those days - and sadly It has been stored in a cupboard for the past twenty years.

It has never been dropped or banged about and is in very good condition!

I've thoroughly tested it on my current digital equipment and it works perfectly and sounds great! I have even been tempted to keep it but for the fact I don't record multiple musicians anymore.

Back in the eighties I often used it on the bass drum because I was able to get the I also know that some folk musicians prefer this microphone for recording vocals.

FOR THE PROFESSIONAL SPECIFICATIONS SEE WEBSITE:- / akgd202 /index.html

I've taken the information below from another professional website, just in case you are in to facts and figures. I confess - to me it either sounds good or it doesn't!:-

No other mic (except the D222) looks like this with its funnel-figure sinter cap. With this microphone AKG used 2-way-technology: One element for the low frequencies and the other for the high ones. Be careful holding it in your hand, because the rear sound entry for the bass system
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