We collect old microphones!

It all started by some coincidence and became sort of habitual. Because not all of you can visit us in our studio, we decided to show off our ‘old mics stuff’ on the internet. Most of them aren’t fit for recording, but look perfectly on a shelf; however, some models are still pretty much usable. Our collection is far from being complete. There are loads of mics out there in the world and in Poland, about which we can only dream of. We hope that with time, our dream will come true :)

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News - in our collection

16
09

New microphone! UNITRA Tonsil MDU-43

Today, we come home. A miniature work of engineers from Polish factories of Unitra/ Tonsil. For foreigners – this was our flagship brand of audio devices. Our piece has a stylish base with a switch signed with the logo of the Wrocław University of Technology. Best regards!

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09
09

New microphone! APPLE 590-0670 Microphone

Vintage computer microphone? Why not…let's go crazy! There are two interesting facts related to this piece. The first – it was made in Japan. Second – it has a built-in amplifier that needs power to operate. Hence, the modified jack plug.

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25
08

New microphone! SENNHEISER Black Fire 515

Oh, we like the Black Fire series. This is just the second piece in our collection, but we do not lose hope to complete all devices from this line. A dynamic microphone from Sennheiser, good for the studio and on stage, in perfect condition.

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17
08

New microphone! PIEZO WX-172

The first wireless microphone in our collection. Theoretically, they do not fall within the scope of our interests, but... And so the title of the wireless pioneer of Oldmics.pl is held by a piece produced in the 1970s by the Japanese company Piezo. It worked on FM waves and frequencies 881-106MHz.

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15
07

New microphone! SCHAUB-LORENZ SM 100

Does this piece remind you of something? Of course! The Beyer M55 design, only without the manufacturer's logo. Schaub-Lorenz SM 100 was a frequent addition to the company's SL 100 tape recorder. It goes to the Beyer department.

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