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Re: Vintage Tube & FET Microphone (D-U67 D-U87 D-U47FET D-M49 D-M269c)
« Reply #542 on: October 14, 2013, 04:13:24 PM »
shipped to us and Argentina, Hola seignor,  8)
D :)

Thanks! havent recieved any notification by mail :P

Best!

Re: Vintage Tube & FET Microphone (D-U67 D-U87 D-U47FET D-M49 D-M269c)
« Reply #543 on: October 14, 2013, 05:17:39 PM »
shipped to us and Argentina, Hola seignor,  8)
D :)

Thanks! havent recieved any notification by mail :P

Best!

done :) i was out of town an notice my outbox did not go before i left,

Thanks for letting me know,

Best,
DAn,



Re: Vintage Tube & FET Microphone (D-U67 D-U87 D-U47FET D-M49 D-M269c)
« Reply #546 on: October 21, 2013, 06:24:42 PM »
if any tried to order the styroflex complimentary kit they were out of stock,

back in stock now,

Best,
dAn,

riggler

Re: Vintage Tube & FET Microphone (D-U67 D-U87 D-U47FET D-M49 D-M269c)
« Reply #547 on: October 21, 2013, 08:50:18 PM »
I am late to the party here. What's the styroflex kit all about?

Setting up my FedEx account for these mic bodies, teeeee heeeeee!
Why does it happen? Because it happens - Roll the bones...

Re: Vintage Tube & FET Microphone (D-U67 D-U87 D-U47FET D-M49 D-M269c)
« Reply #548 on: October 22, 2013, 07:45:26 AM »
I am late to the party here. What's the styroflex kit all about?

Setting up my FedEx account for these mic bodies, teeeee heeeeee!

Hi Riddler , these are the necessary stryroflex capacitor kit needed to complete the BOM for the different  mic project,
Best,
dAn,








Joekkel


micaddict

Re: Vintage Tube & FET Microphone (D-U67 D-U87 D-U47FET D-M49 D-M269c)
« Reply #555 on: November 14, 2013, 03:33:04 PM »
Too close to call!  :)

micaddict

Re: Vintage Tube & FET Microphone (D-U67 D-U87 D-U47FET D-M49 D-M269c)
« Reply #556 on: November 14, 2013, 03:50:24 PM »
Hey, but shouldn't the vintage circuit sound better than the ai?   ;D

 ;)



micaddict

Re: Vintage Tube & FET Microphone (D-U67 D-U87 D-U47FET D-M49 D-M269c)
« Reply #558 on: November 17, 2013, 09:53:29 AM »
Not many replies either there or here, Joekkel.  :(

Then again, that might underline the succes of the copy. In other words; not so many differences to discuss.

OK, some short comments then if Dany permits.
(Judged on the sound from mediocre headphones, and not the 24-bit files).

Guitar sample B has a little more air, best heard at the end where the whooshy noises are.
But  a slightly different position of the heads could cause that, too.

And in the vocal samples there's a noticeable, sudden difference at the end of "vier" (?), after the two second mark or so. This is not only audible but also clearly visible. Did you move your head there?

BTW, apart from Dany's great board, once more I'm impressed by a Peluso capsule. If asked beforehand, I wouldn't have put it in the Neumann class. But the same thing happened when I heard Dany's fantastic M49 prototype. Perhaps I should change my bias. (Pun intended.)

In short, although I haven't played the 24 bit files on a great system, yet, to say I'm impressed would be an understatement.

Now which is which?
Not that it matters much.


Henk

Re: Vintage Tube & FET Microphone (D-U67 D-U87 D-U47FET D-M49 D-M269c)
« Reply #559 on: November 17, 2013, 10:00:05 AM »
Not many replies either there or here, Joekkel.  :(

Then again, that might underline the succes of the copy. In other words; not so many differences to discuss.

OK, some short comments then if Dany permits.
(Judged on the sound from mediocre headphones, and not the 24-bit files).

Guitar sample B has a little more air, best heard at the end where the whooshy noises are.
But  a slightly different position of the heads could cause that, too.

And in the vocal samples there's a noticeable, sudden difference at the end of "vier" (?), after the two second mark or so. This is not only audible but also clearly visible. Did you move your head there?

BTW, apart from Dany's great board, once more I'm impressed by a Peluso capsule. If asked beforehand, I wouldn't have put it in the Neumann class. But the same thing happened when I heard Dany's fantastic M49 prototype. Perhaps I should change my bias. (Pun intended.)

In short, although I haven't played the 24 bit files on a great system, yet, to say I'm impressed would be an understatement.

Now which is which?
Not that it matters much.


Henk

Thanks Henk,  I must say on this thread i am more a reader and spectator cause my judgement is so <<biased>>  ;),
this is my only chances to have actually experienced expert commenting those line ,
Again Thanks To Joekkel and yourself for these post, 
Best,
Dan,