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

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New Oldmics 2022 Calendar!

We release a collector's limited edition Mikrofonika & Oldmics calendar annually. Subsequently, we will present you mics of the month from the latest edition on our Facebook. It's worth joining, it's worth seeing: https://www.facebook.com/oldmics

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11
01

New microphone! SENNHEISER MD 430-17T

Fun fact. This microphone carries the additional 17T mark (we know because we have the original box), while in the Sennheiser catalogue, there is no such model, but there are 5 other MD430. Well, maybe one day you can solve this puzzle.

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12

New microphone! BEYER M119

This Beyer sounds beautifully! Heart-warming. Truly warm and friendly, truly vintage. This is another nice surprise of this brand. Condition? Ideal. In the factory box.

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12

New microphone! TANDBERG TM 4

This time, a guest from the north of the continent. Established in 1933, Norwegian Tandberg was known primarily for its high-quality tape recorders and televisions. And for the recording on the reel, a microphone was needed. And so, the TM 4 was created. Our piece is in perfect condition.

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29
11

New microphone! UHER M539

Here is the beautifully preserved Uher M 539. A wonderful, carefully crafted machine with beautiful sound. Our piece works great and will definitely be useful in the studio. Condition? Perfect! Set in the original packaging.

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18
11

New microphone! SENNHEISER MD 611 LM

This model came to us in practically shop condition. It's a simple microphone, but it's always nice to pull something like this out of the original box, unwind it from the plastic bag, read the instructions. And so another Sennheiser hits our shelf.

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22
10

New microphone! UNKNOWN

And one more riddle. A plastic base with switch, a “gooseneck” and a small microphone with the number 2962 suggest that the device was used for station, airport or conference communication. Maybe you can help us identify this object?

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07
10

New microphone! TELEFUNKEN MD 418-4

Look at our new piece in the Telefunken department. Doesn't it look great? Perfectly preserved conference microphone on the original base. We have just enriched our German microphones department.

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28
09

New microphone! SENNHEISER MD 402 LM Black

This is the second Sennheiser MD 402 in our collection. The previous one was silver; this one, in turn, is entirely black. There are no other colour versions. Decent metal construction made in Germany.

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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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