OLDMICS.PL

country: Poland
year: 2011

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OLDMICS.PL

Oldmics.pl collection

Our collection appeared on the Internet in 2011, but its story is few years older. We started with few mics – for show and for fun. Nowadays, our collection exceeds over 200 mics from all over the world. We are mostly proud of the oldest, rarest and brilliantly sounding mics. We use some of them in our everyday work. They're doing great, despite their age.

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  • ACOS

    ACOS

    years 60's

    nr: none

    Piezoelectric microphone from English manufacturer that we don't know much about. It's made of metal and its shape is adapted to being handheld. Apart from the logo, it doesn't have any labels with the model or series. Connected with a flexible cable with an XLR connector. Works well.

  • ACOS A7X

    ACOS A7X

    years 60's

    nr: 926842

    Another Acos. This time we have found the symbol and serial number on the base. Probably... Correct us if we're wrong. Piezoelectric microphone, wholly made of plastic. The cable with a jack connector.

  • AEG D11

    AEG D11

    years 60's

    nr: 44742

    The twin brother of Telefunken structure with the same designation. Plastic dynamic microphone with gold-plated grill. In the lower part of the body - the socket for the tripod. On the back side - unusual, three-position switch music/speech/telephone effect. All in excellent condition, complete with the manual and the box. Din 3-pin cable.

  • AEG MGT K 10

    AEG MGT K 10

    years 60's

    nr: none

    Exceptionally sturdy, 100% metal AEG microphone model from the 1960s. A plastic switch in the upper part. A socket of a kind unknown to us on the back wall - with three pin holes. Elastic cable with a three-pin DIN plug.

  • AIWA CM-30

    AIWA CM-30

    years 80's

    nr: none

    A miniature stereo condenser microphone. Japan’s ultimate in miniaturisation of those years. A sleek metal body reminiscent of times when lighters of similar texture were made ;) Neat and impressive design. The cable terminates with two 1/8” jack plugs. Battery powered.

  • AIWA DM 14

    AIWA DM 14

    years 60's

    nr: none

    A beautifully-made Japanese dynamic microphone. The structure is completely made of metal and is placed on an adjustable base. Valued by harmonica lovers both due to its sound and size. 3-pin DIN connector.

  • AIWA DM 8

    AIWA DM 8

    years 70's

    nr: none

    A plastic dynamic microphone on a neat stand with metal inserts. 50 kOhm resistance, a sturdy, stiff cord ending in a 1/4” jack plug. One of the typical 1970s series by this Japanese manufacturer.

  • AIWA DM-13

    AIWA DM-13

    years 1950s

    nr: none

    Japanese dynamic microphone with an intriguing shape made entirely of metal. Connected via a 2-pin socket. Switch on the base. Our piece comes with the cable and the box, kept in perfect condition. The only thing missing is a stylish base.

  • AIWA UNKNOWN

    AIWA UNKNOWN

    years 60's

    nr: none

    A microphone with a double plug, designed to be used with a Japanese dictaphone recorder. Made of metal, resting on a wire support. A switch located on the front wall. No further information available on the microphone.

  • AK-1BM

    AK-1BM

    years 1960s

    nr: 2012437

    A hearing aid microphone manufactured in the USSR around 1965. The earpiece is missing from the set, which should be connected to the upper part of the body. The steel structure, with two D-0.06 batteries, is equipped with a convenient tag. It allowed for output signal at a level of 60 and 128 db.

  • AKAI ACM-90

    AKAI ACM-90

    years 80's

    nr: none

    A condenser mike made in Japan. Quite solidly designed and mounted on stable support. Battery powered. The body features a switch. The cable ends in a 1/4” jack plug.

  • AKG D 202 CS

    AKG D 202 CS

    years 1960s

    nr: 81599

    A dynamic microphone with cardioid characteristics equipped with a 50 Hz, -7 dB and -20 dB filter. A solid structure with universal sound values. One of the most successful models from the Austrian company, which is still used in studios and on stage. 3-pin DIN socket.

  • AKG D1000 C

    AKG D1000 C

    years 60's

    nr: none

    A valued dynamic microphone made in Austria. This is the gold version. A solid, metal device made with attention to detail. Pretty good-sounding. The body features a B/M/S switch. Our microphone is slightly scratched, but works perfectly. Contains a DIN receptacle.

  • AKG D11 N

    AKG D11 N

    years 60's

    nr: 10016

    A beautiful squarish one by AKG. It has an m/s switch at the back, which enables you to set up the microphone for receiving speech or music. The cable features a 3-pin DIN connector. At the bottom, there’s a hole for mounting the mike on a stand. A rather rare find in a beautiful condition.

  • AKG D12

    AKG D12

    years 60's

    nr: 77727273737

    A dynamic microphone made by an Austrian company and world-renowned as one of the best tools for recording bassdrum. Frequently used when recording bass instruments. Our version has an in-built switch, which, when engaged, gives no audible effect. Currently, one of the best-priced dynamic microphones.

  • AKG D130

    AKG D130

    years 70's

    nr: none

    As usual for this Austrian manufacturer, the craftsmanship is of high quality. The microphone is solid, excellently crafted, the grill is covered with fine balls like model M640 N. XLR socket. In perfect visual and technical condition, sounds very good.

  • AKG D160 E1

    AKG D160 E1

    years 70s

    nr: none

    The dynamic microphone completely made of metal with a convenient shape of a “finger”. It is characterized with a warm and rich saturated sound especially as regards medium tones. A well-liked option in the studio. An XLR connector.

  • AKG D20

    AKG D20

    years 60's

    nr: 1705

    One of the most valued dynamic microphones and one of the jewels of our collection. Packed in a stylish wooden box. A studio standard in the bass recordings. A switch on the casing which makes it possible to regulate the strength of the signal. The microphone is equipped with a peculiar, currently absolete, 3-pin socket AKG DIN connector

  • AKG D24

    AKG D24

    years 80's

    nr: 10798

    A dynamic microphone, wholly made of metal. A small but solid Austrian design connected with a cable with a 3-pin DIN connector. An attractive-sounding AKG item for the stage and studio. Comes with a box.

  • AKG D25

    AKG D25

    years 50s

    nr: 2062

    A well-preserved dynamic microphone from the D-25 series. One of the most characteristic models of this company, often used by European filmmakers. Also valued for the quality of workmanship and sound qualities. Basic equipment for European concert halls and radio studios of those years. Built-in db silencer. Cable terminated with XLR plug. Our piece is in perfect condition in the original packaging.

  • AKG D5

    AKG D5

    years 80's

    nr: none

    A very odd microphone from AKG’s portfolio. A low-budget, plastic design with an on/off switch.  The cable ends with a double mono 1/8” jack plug.

  • AKG D58

    AKG D58

    years 60's

    nr: none

    Miniature dynamic microphone by well-known Austrian manufacturer. Fits greatly where we don't have space for big, solid structures. Due to its characteristics, it has no problem with catching the source in noise. Often to be found in PCR on talkback. Entirely metal. Connector - small tuchel.

  • AKG D66

    AKG D66

    years 60's

    nr: none

    The stereophonic dynamic microphone is produced in Austria, praised for its sound qualities. It allows recording the sound from two capsules at the same time or disconnecting them in two separate microphones. All is made of plastic, originally on another tripod than the one in the photo. Din plug comes with 6 pins. The original box.

  • AKG D7d

    AKG D7d

    years 70's

    nr: none

    A cheap Austrian dynamic microphone from the 1970s. A wire base allows for placing it on a flat surface. Made of plastic. The cable with a 3-pin DIN connector at the end. Our microphone is in perfect condition.

  • AKG DYN 60K

    AKG DYN 60K

    years 40's

    nr: 7131

    The first microphone under the AKG brand. Hand-made in the 1940s. Wholly made of metal. The handle allows for installing it on a tripod. It was placed on a metal base in the original. Unfortunately, signs of the passage of time can be seen on our piece.

  • AKG DYN 60K

    AKG DYN 60K

    years 1940s

    nr: none

    The second piece in our collection is from the pioneering series DYN 60K. This symbol marks the first microphones created under the AKG brand. It's probably a Studio model. Socket in AKG 3 PIN format. Unfortunately, it requires interior refurbishment. Ryszard Szmit gave us this piece in the original packaging! Thank you Rysiek! Love!

  • AKG ECHOLETTE Select Master 12

    AKG ECHOLETTE Select Master 12

    years 60's

    nr: none

    Twin brother of the AKG D12. Manufactured under licence by Echolette (subsequently Dynacord) with the name Select Master 12. One of the nicest and best-sounding microphones in our collection. Worth recommending to any bassist and drummer. XLR connector.

  • ASTATIC D104

    ASTATIC D104

    years 70's

    nr: none

    Astatic D104 from the Silver Eagle series. One of favourite microphones of American hams. Installed on a G-Stand by the same manufacturer. A convenient, broad switch. The cable with a 4-pin DIN connector at the end. An eagle is engraved on the back of the housing.

  • AURICON E-7

    AURICON E-7

    years 60's

    nr: none

    Beautiful and very reliable dynamic microphone from the United States. The twin brother of more popular Electro Voice 630. It works perfectly with electric guitars, vocals and harmonica. Entirely metal. Our piece is distinguished by its perfectly preserved strainer/pop filter.

  • B&O SM5

    B&O SM5

    years 60's

    nr: none

    Preserved in excellent condition and, as every Bang & Olufsenm product, characterized by top quality craftsmanship. Wholly made of metal, stereophonic ribbon microphone. It is possible to disassemble it into two independent parts. The upper part is set on an adjustable ring for setting the stereo base. The speech-music switch and the silencer complete the full picture.

  • BELL & HOWELL I331

    BELL & HOWELL I331

    years 50's

    nr: none

    A piezoelectric microphone preserved in good condition, made in the USA by the Shure Brothers Company. Clone Shure 710 REX and Shure CX80C. It is made of all metal: very solidly made. The cable with a 3-pin DIN connector at the end.

  • BEYER M55

    BEYER M55

    years 60's

    nr: none

    Very cool sounding, built entirely of metal, dynamic microphone. The cable ended with a 1/4" plug. The microphone came to us on the original, full-sized German tripod, which, unfortunately, we haven't been able to frame in the photo. It also has the original fastening. 100% operative.

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