Review For ADK Microphones F21 Class A 9-pattern Tube Condenser Microphone with Power Supply
- Brilliance that is scintillating, present, and up-front- A classy Class-A Tube Mic Ideal for modern vocalists, or soloists. Brilliant Open-Ended Architecture. Fact: Brother Ray Charles put away a ,000 Mic to use a TT !
- Artists from Ray Charles to Manhattan Transfer have trusted their Tracks to ADK Valve (Tube) Microphones. A Who's Who of artists, engineers, & Producers use ADK TT for high-value tracks - Lead Vocal and Lead Instruments.
- Robust Transformer-Balanced tube design - Classic Austrian Front-of-the Mix Tone. The Vintage luminescent high-end is made more golden, by dint of the tube.
- Class-A Valve with Dual-Triode design- Warms up otherwise sterile digital tracks. A low-noise 6072A, together with well-designed electronics and accessories make it a smart choice for the Studio Professional.
- 34mm Gold Vapor-Deposit Capsule for Hi-Def Recording and Critical Live Applications. The capsule is the 'sound-board' of the microphone. ADK capsules use hand-tensioning and special humidity resistant processes to insure precision & increase longevity.
On www.ADKmic.com the TT microphone is described as a “multi-pattern, remotely-variable valve (tube) microphone with factory stock 6072A vacuum tube (valve).”. In layman’s terms the TT is a kickass, high-end mic that has 9 different polar patterns and a vintage tube mic tone. End-users of ADK Audiophile Mics are a Who’s Who of the Music World for good reason. The ADK Audiophile series of condenser mics were created for critical recording environments and fine acoustic sources. When your tracks really matter, ADK Audiophile Series delivers Stellar Performance at affordable prices. Founders Larry Villella and Brian Hutchison founded ADK in 1998. Their partnership with a Belgian design wizard and a PhD from Australia resulted in a