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Microphones for sale; AEA, Blue, EV, Beyer, etc.

Post by centurymantra » Thu Jul 08, 2010 8:55 am

I?ve got a bunch of microphones available. Price includes shipping in the lower 48. Feel free to send along any questions.

AEA R84
$700
SOLD

Blue Mouse
$625
SOLD

Electrovice ND/468
$100
SOLD

Beyerdynamic M88TG
$225

SOLD


Electrovoice ND/868
$150
SOLD

Oktava MK-319 w/ the Oktavamod premium electronics modification
$275
SOLD

Audio Technica Pro 37r
$100
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Workhorse SDC mic with a well deserved reputation. Lightly used and in mint condition. I have the original zippered case, foam wind screen and original box for this microphone.

Modified Ribbon microphone
$140
SOLD


Electrovoice RE11
SOLD

ADK TL multi-pattern LDC microphone
$200
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Nice mic, with four selectable patterns. Includes the zippered carrying pouch and standard shockmount. The mic is working great and is in excellent condition.


Also, I was going to put this one up on Ebay due to the funky nature of the item. It's a Shure SM82 that might be working. I've had this one for awhile. It's an oddball mic that has a built in line amplifier and peak limiter...it outputs line level and needs a battery (which isn't made anymore) or phantom power. I think it was mainly intended for broadcast applications, but have heard it may be a "secret weapon" acoustic guitar mic. I don't have an outboard phantom power to properly test it right now. Back when I first got it, I did manage to do some preliminary testing, and seem to remember that I wasn't sure if it was really working properly...just remember it seeming kinda funky. I set it aside with the intent of getting back to it, but it has just sat in the mic closet since then. You can read about the mic here;

http://www.coutant.org/sm82/index.html

Feel free to make an offer on this one. I can get you a picture upon request.

I also have a bunch of mic cables available. I will be getting around to making an inventory list, but let me know if you are looking for something. I have a bunch of custom made Mogami mic cables in the 10' to 35' range, a couple of planet waves cables and bunch of mid range stuff by ProCo, ADK, and a couple of other companies. All kinds of different lengths.
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Post by ShinyBox » Thu Jul 08, 2010 9:36 am

email sent on M88 and RE11

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Post by hyde maintenance » Thu Jul 08, 2010 9:40 am

PM'd on the EV mics

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Post by hyde maintenance » Thu Jul 08, 2010 9:41 am

D'oh!

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Post by pscottm » Thu Jul 08, 2010 4:42 pm

PM'd about modified ribbon mic

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Post by centurymantra » Fri Jul 09, 2010 7:09 am

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Post by centurymantra » Sat Jul 10, 2010 11:52 am

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