sE Electronics RNR1 Rupert Neve Ribbon Microphone

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High-Frequency Active Ribbon Siwei Zou first met Rupert Neve in 2004. In 2008, they began collaboration on an “impossible” microphone: an active ribbon mic with high-frequency response extending to an unprecedented 25kHz. Using two of Rupert’s custom transformers and highly specialized circuitry, the RNR1 captures more of your soundscape than any other ribbon in the world. Though designed for high-fidelity applications like jazz and classical recordings, the RNR1 is equally at home in front of a kick drum or a roaring 130dB guitar cab. Acoustic Operating Principle: Electrodynamic pressure gradient with active electronics Generating Element: Hand-tensioned 2.5µm aluminum ribbon Directional Pattern: Figure-8 Frequency range: 20 Hz – 25 kHz Impedance: 200 Ohms Sensitivity: 22.39 mV/Pa (-33 dB) Max SPL: 135 dB (0.5% THD @ 1kHz) Signal to Noise Ratio: 76 dB Self Noise: 18 dB(A) Low Cut Filter Switch: 100 Hz Matching Connectors: XLR3F Power requirement: 48V phantom Weight: 860g / 30.34oz