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SE Electronics Z5600a II Tube Microphone - Used

 

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This used SE Electronics set can be seen in our Rapid City, SD showroom. This mic is in excellent used condition with the case, power cord, cable and housing included. Please see our photos for details on the condition and what is included.

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The Z5600a II large-diaphragm condenser is one of the most versatile tube mics in today's market. With 9 graded steps through omni, cardioid and figure eight patterns, -10dB pad and bass cut, the Z5600a II finds uses in a huge number of applications, from miking a live drum kit to overheads on a choir. Above all though, this excellent mic has won its praise on delivering superb vocal recordings, with natural warmth and incredible detail.

Hand-made metal housing, hand-crafted solid brass chassis and gold-sputtered diaphragms all work together to ensure maximum reliability in all sonic environments for many years.
The Z5600a II comes in a wooden presentation case, cradled in a full aluminum flight case with a large shockmount and a brushed aluminum PSU with pattern switching and cables.
 
SPECS
  • Capsule Type: Hand-Crafted True Condenser
  • Diaphragm: 35mm Twin Gold/Mylar
  • Directional Pattern: Cardioid, Omni, Figure 8 and 5 intermediate stages (selectable on power supply)
  • Frequency range: 20 Hz - 20 kHz
  • Impedance: 200 Ohms
  • Sensitivity: 25.12 mV/Pa (-32 dB)
  • Max SPL: 127/137 dB (0/-10 dB pad) (0.5% THD @ 1kHz)
  • Signal to Noise Ratio: 81 dB
  • Self Noise: 13 dB(A)
  • Pass Filter Switch: 50 Hz
  • Preattenuation Pad: -10 dB
  • Power requirement: Dedicated PSU (included)
  • Weight (mic): 850g / 30oz
  • Weight (PSU): 1970g / 69.50oz
  • Tube complement: 1x 12AX7/ECC83
  • Connectors: 8-pin army connector to mic, XLR from PSU