Royer SF-2

€ 2780.00

The SF-2 ribbon microphone is a phantom powered version of the original SF-1 ribbon microphone. Designed primarily for classical applications and acoustic instruments, the SF-2 combines high-quality audio performance with the exclusive active electro.. lees meer
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The SF-2 ribbon microphone is a phantom powered version of the original SF-1 ribbon microphone. Designed primarily for classical applications and acoustic instruments, the SF-2 combines high-quality audio performance with the exclusive active electronics for ribbon microphones. The SF-2s output of -38 dB puts its sensitivity on par with that of phantom powered condenser microphones, allowing it to be used with a wide variety of mic pres regardless of gain characteristics. The unique electronics and custom designed FETs used in the SF-2 deliver ultra-quiet operation, with self-noise of lower than 18 dB. The SF-2s magnet/pole piece transducer structure gives a wide, uniform frequency response with no substantial peaks or dips, and the 1.8-micron ribbon element delivers superb transient response. Frequency response is excellent regard == Gain == The Active Series ribbon mics are as sensitive as phantom powered condenser microphones, allowing you to use virtually any mic preamplifier or board pre. Conventional ribbon microphones are 15 to 30 dB less sensitive than condenser mics, necessitating the use of high-quality, high-gain microphone preamplifiers when recording quieter sound sources like acoustic instruments, vocals, room ambiance, etc. The SF-2 contains a fully balanced, discrete head amplifier system which utilizes a specially wound toroidal transformer and ultra-low noise FETs to deliver a sensitivity of -38 dB. Even with extremely quiet sound sources, youll have enough level to drive any recording medium. The SF-2s electronics create no additional self-noise. All of the SF-2s higher output comes from its large, specially wound toroidal transformer which provides an additional 14 dB of free gain. The phantom powered system operates at less than unity, adding no noise of its own. == Impedance Matching == The electronics in the SF-2 provide a perfect load to the ribbon element at all times, allowing the microphone to deliver 100% of its full sonic potential regardless of the input characteristics of the following mic-pre. Due to its low-impedance output, SF-2s can be used on extremely long cable runs with minimal signal loss. A proper impedance match is critical to the performance of ribbon microphones. Impedance mismatching loads a ribbon element improperly, resulting in loss of low end and body, lower sensitivity, and an overall diminished performance. With our Active Series ribbon mics, the ribbon element sees a perfect impedance at all times regardless of the preamp you choose, so its performance is never compromised by the effects of improper loading. In addition, the ribbon element cannot be damaged by phantom power, electrical glitches or miswired cables. == The SF-2 Story == Twenty prototype SF-2s circulated in major studios and scoring stages for years before the microphones release. They were extremely well received in classical circles, where they excel on choir, piano, woodwinds, strings and many other applications. They were also well received in studios focusing more on acoustic instruments, singer/songwriters, etc. We couldnt get most of the prototypes back... == Packaging == The SF-2 ships in an aluminum presentation case with an SFS-2 shock mount, mic sock, documentation and manual. == Features == • Phantom powered circuitry provides high output and impedance matching • High SPL capabilities (130 dB @ 70 Hz) • No distortion up to maximum SPL rating • Extremely low residual noise • Ribbon element not affected by heat or humidity • Absence of high frequency phase distortion. • Equal sensitivity from front and back of microphone • Consistent frequency response regardless of distance • High efficiency toroidal transformer and gold plated output connector • Very low magnetic leakage • Matte Black finish reduces reflected light for live and on-camera use

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