Hand-crafted, museum quality, 44 reproduction The AEA R44C has the authentic sound, feel and look of the 1936-38 RCA-44. A museum quality replica hand made by AEA using 1.8 micron ribbon material originally manufactured by RCA. Museum grade version features details such as a bronze investment cast yoke rather than the original zinc yoke (which corrode over time). The ribbon element is only 1.8 microns thick, fabricated from material originally manufactured for RCA. The Streamline Moderne "radio" finish (black with satin accents) is standard. R44C parts are also interchangeable with the original RCA 44B and BX. The microphone package includes a three-meter cloth covered Accusound Silver Studio Pro cable, a zippered canvas bag, and AEA 44VC vertical case for proper shipping and storage.
20 years servicing ribbon microphones gave us a lot of insight into why RCA 44s are still in daily studio use. During the 1990s, 44 collectors made it difficult for even recording studios to acquire one. Reborn as the AEA R44, today you'll find engineer/producers such as Bruce Swedien, Kevin Bacon and Shawn Murphy using them around the world. Half the movies scored in Los Angeles now have at least one 44 on the scoring stage.
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