Electro Voice RE20

Dynamic cardioid broadcast microphone
MFR# RE20
Electro Voice RE20
Electro Voice RE20 Electro Voice RE20 Electro Voice RE20 Electro Voice RE20 Electro Voice RE20 Electro Voice RE20
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Description


The Electro Voice RE20 is the broadcast studio voice-over mic used by pros for years. The RE20 smooth across a wide spectrum of frequencies, and because it's a Continuously Variable-D mic, it's virtually free of bass-boosting "proximity effect" when used close. An easy "bass tilt down" switch corrects spectrum balance for use in longreach situations or other bass attenuation applications, making it great for acoustic and electric bass and kick drum.

Specifications:

  • Element: dynamic
  • Polar pattern: cardioid
  • Impedance, low-z balanced: 150 Ohms
  • Connector type: 3-pin XLR
  • Open circuit voltage: 1.5 mV/Pascal
  • Finish: fawn beige
  • Case material: steel
  • Weight net: 737 g ( 26 oz )
  • Dimensions (height X max diameter): 217 x 54 mm (8.54" x 2.13")
  • Microphone applications: accordion, acoustic strings, brass, guitar amp, kick drum, snare, speech, tom, woodwinds
Specs

Additional Information

Condition New
Package Contents 309A shock mount, 320 stand adapter, 78297 rubber suspension cords, SAPL-2, WSPL-2
Length 8.54 in
Diameter 2.13 in
Unit Weight 1.63 lb
Transducer Type Dynamic
Polar Pattern Cardioid
Number of Microphones Single Microphone
Phantom Required No
Impedance 150 Ohms
Frequency Range 45 Hz - 18 kHz
Sensitivity -56.5 dBV/Pa (1.5 mV)
Reviews
70's kick drum vibe

been trying to find that perfect 70's kick thump with nice low end, but with out too much click. If I want click I'll eq it in. Been experimenting with an AKG D20 I picked up and and RE20 I just grabbed. Both are killer for the vibe I'm looking for. takes EQ nice! Add a bit of 60htz, cut some 350 and sounds great in front of my double head kicks. yeah!

By robert b on May 25, 2017
Good enough for Stevie Wonder...

Industry standard broadcast mic that just happens to kick ass on bass cab, kick drum, anywhere the sound is low and loud. Pretty much a must-have for any commercial studio's mic locker. Famously the preferred vocal mic of Stevie Wonder - so, try it on vocals too! It has never worked for me in that application, but that's because I go for big, super hi-fi sounding vocal tones with generally tube condensers.

By J. Douglas on May 4, 2017

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