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  1. Best Selling Microphones of 2019

    Best Selling Microphones of 2019
    2019 is drawing to a close and that means it's time to talk about the best selling gear of the year. What happened in pro audio? What was hot? What were the new trends? Let's kick off the discussion with a bang! We're starting off this blog series with the best selling microphones of 2019! When it comes to what microphones Vintage King Audio clients bought, the results were a little all over the place. While our list of the best selling microphones of 2019 features many classic mainstays, there are a number of modeling mics that made the cut. Read on to discover who made our top five list of microphones and some honorable mentions that we couldn't leave out. Continue reading →
  2. 20+ Black Friday Microphone Deals For You

    20+ Black Friday Microphone Deals For You
    Upgrade your mic locker this holiday season with our annual Black Friday Sale! Save big on popular large-diaphragm condenser mics, classic tube mics, modern ribbon mics and an assortment of dynamic mics for the studio and the stage. Whether you’re looking to capture better-sounding vocals, drums, guitars, or even orchestral instruments, we’ve got you covered with huge deals on dozens of microphones during our Black Friday Sale. Continue reading →
  3. VK Shootout: Sennheiser MD 421 II vs MD 441-U

    VK Shootout: Sennheiser MD 421 II vs MD 441-U
    When it comes to classic studio and live microphones, the Sennheiser MD 421 II and MD 441-U have been staples since their release in the late 1960s. In our new VK Shootout, we're pitting the dynamic microphones against each other in a session, as we use both the MD 421 II and 441-U on vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, and drums. The Sennheiser MD 421 II has a large diaphragm, directional cardioid response and is capable of handling extremely high sound pressure levels. That's the reason you'll most likely see this classic in front of a guitar cab or on a drum set (particularly toms). The microphone features a five-position bass roll-off switch, which can control proximity effect for close-miking situations. Continue reading →
  4. Buyer's Guide: Microphones

    Buyer's Guide: Microphones
    Every acoustic sound source, be it a piano, violin, guitar, speaker cabinet, or the human voice, requires a microphone to capture that sound. That makes the microphone the first interface with the vibrating air and the first link in the audio chain. Like any endeavor, you want to have a solid foundation. The microphone is that foundation. Choose the right one and your life just got easier. Choose the wrong one and you’ll be fighting an uphill battle all the way through the signal path. And nobody wants that. Continue reading →
  5. Best Selling Microphones Of 2018

    Best Selling Microphones Of 2018
    The ball is about to drop on 2019 and leave the last year behind in the history books. New year, new me... New microphones? If you said "Yes," we couldn't agree more as there has never been a better crop of mics at Vintage King.  Continue on below to discover the Best Selling Microphones Of 2018 and find out what the rest of the pro audio community has been buying. From tried and true workhorse mics to revolutionary new designs, these are the most popular mics of the past year. Continue reading →

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I would like to thank VK for the wonderful sales assistance, service and prices. This was my first purchase with you and it won't be my last. I only wish I'd discovered you years ago!
Matthew R.
I had two Grammy wins this year - Ray LaMontagne & Carolina Chocolate Drops. Both made with help from Vintage King!
Ryan F.
In almost 20 years in Pro audio buying, never did I receive a unit so well packed and exactly as described. Works flawlessly. The whole process has been so smooth. I will never hesitate to do business with you guys in the future and will recommend you to everyone I know.
Martin C.
This was my first experience buying something from Vintage King (although I surf the "used" categories on the website frequently!), and, despite being on the other side of the world, I had absolutely no trouble and everything went very smoothly.
Phil T.