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Head Amps

TL  |  Ultra-Low-Noise Transformer-less design offers a straightforward signal path to render precise sonic-imaging.

Designed be the cleanest head-amp we could build. Straight wire theory put into highly useful and creative designs.


FX  |  Ultra-High-SPL Transformer-Coupled Design with only a hint of texture/color. Two-Way High pass filter and pad switch for flexibility. Like the TL, the FX Head-Amp has astonishingly low noise, equally precise sonic-imaging.


CLOL 12  |  Brightest of our capsules. Smooth response throughout frequency range especially the Hi Mids up through the Highs. Cuts through in a mix. Solid Fundamental Lows.

CLOL 251  |  Unique tonality. Considered our 2nd brightest mic. Described as silky with an Air band boost. Smooth Mid Response and a full low end.  

CLOL 47  |  Very Smooth highs but with a bit of attitude. Less presence with an open sounding top end. Rich Tight Lows. More natural tonality than the CLOL-12.

CLOL 67  |  Early 60’s Vintage mic vibe. Beautiful tonal color. Just the right amount of scoop in the nasal/ sibilance range. Slightly more presence than the CLOL-47 but less top end. Nicely balanced lows/Low Mids

CLOL 49  |  1950’s Classic mic vibe. Slightly dark but clear Hi- Freq. Full clear Mids with a round low end.

Small Diameter Capsules

SD C Cardioid capsule  |  Cardioid pattern with a nice, flat frequency response for a true and neutral sound.

A very typical SD capsule, probably the one you'll use most often. Straight cardioids pattern with nice, flat frequency response with only minimal treble peak, giving a very true and neutral sound with just enough reach and directionality for most jobs. The proximity effect is totally predictable. Voiced between the darker KM-84 and the bright Schoeps CMC6 

SD H  Hyper Cardioid Capsule   A more directional version of the Cardioid capsule, with more proximity effect. The treble response is still very realistic and to some people, will actually sound more "real" than the cardioid.


SD O Omni  |  two types

Diffuse Field response: to be used when a relatively flat treble is required off axis, for instance when the sound of the room needs to be accurately represented (darker source).
Free Field response: to be used when a relatively flat treble is required on axis, for instance when the source needs to be accurately represented (darker room sound).