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Microphones from all around the world

 

 

Those are the brands that didn't fit into other categories. Some time around, we'll give them their own sections. On this shelf we can find Russian, English, Swedish, Norwegian, German, French and Italian mics. Often, quite a uniques. Despite the appearances, right here you can find the most interesting and rarest items on the market.

 

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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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • BOUYER GM 709 G

    BOUYER GM 709 G

    years 70's

    nr: none

    A French dynamic microphone used for stage and in the army. It was sold in a set with a high and conference stand. We have the latter. A sturdy metal base, switch on the body. Very good condition.

  • BRUEL & KJAER 4134

    BRUEL & KJAER 4134

    years 70's

    nr: 532607

    Highly sensitive and maximally linear microphone by a Danush company Bruel & Kjaer, currently known as DPA. Used in volume measurements in industry, services and in studios. Still sought after and used. Packaged in little wooden box. Complete with a calibration document and bandwidth chart. It needs a suitable preamp to work.

  • FUNKWERK KM/T/St 7055

    FUNKWERK KM/T/St 7055

    years 50's

    nr: none

    A small-sized piezoelectric Funkwerk Leipzig microphone made entirely of metal. Made in the 1950s. Quite common in auctions. The cable ends in a 3-pin DIN plug.

  • GRAETZ SD 1

    GRAETZ SD 1

    years 60's

    nr: none

    The microphone comes from eastern Germany and probably was sold in a set with part of the audio equipment of the manufacturer. It is in a very good condition. DIN cable. We were unable to find more information about it.

  • GRAMPIAN MCR

    GRAMPIAN MCR

    years 30's

    nr: 10017

    One of the most beautiful microphones in our collection. Excellent condition, designed both for industrial and musical environments. Great looks, relatively rare at auctions.

  • HENRY RADIO MT3/15

    HENRY RADIO MT3/15

    years 30's

    nr: 75675

    An enormous dynamic microphone entirely made of metal equipped with a solid transformer manufactured by Henry Radio. Set on a heavy cast-iron base. A clone of the SM 8F model manufactured in the years 1937-1941 by Siemens & Halske.

  • HORNYPHON EV 7011/31

    HORNYPHON EV 7011/31

    years 60's

    nr: 10608

    A popular plastic design, this time by the Hornyphon Company from Vienna. We have two identical copies in our collection branded as Uher and AKG. There is a tripod socket in the lower part of the body and a speech/music switch on the back. 3-pin DIN cable.

  • HORNYPHON EV 7013/33

    HORNYPHON EV 7013/33

    years 1950s

    nr: none

    A simple plastic dynamic microphone from the Austrian company Hornyphon. A clone of the Philips microphone with the same designation. Cable with a 3-pin DIN connector. Good condition.

  • LOEWE OPTA 1

    LOEWE OPTA 1

    years 70's

    nr: none

    A microphone identical to Grundig GDSM 331 and the Polish Unitra MDU 24. Stereophonic and dynamic. As usual in the case of Loewe, no number or model name present.

  • LOEWE OPTA 2

    LOEWE OPTA 2

    years 70's

    nr: none

    A microphone identical to Grundig GDSM 331 and the Polish Unitra MDU 24. Stereophonic and dynamic. As usual in the case of Loewe, no number or model name present.

  • MB ELECTRONIC MB 220

    MB ELECTRONIC MB 220

    years 1980s

    nr: none

    A stereo dynamic microphone on a tripod. Entirely made of plastic. 5-pin DIN connector. A very popular design. The following microphones were constructed on the basis of its licence Tonsil MDU 24, Grundig GDM 331 and Loewe Opta 2.

  • MELODIUM MELODYNAMIC 75A

    MELODIUM MELODYNAMIC 75A

    years 40's

    nr: 73028

    A dynamic studio microphone made in Paris in the 40’s. One of the greatest rarities of in our collection. It is very well preserved. The set includes an original plug with three pins. A handle makes it possible to support it on a stand.

  • MERULA ZT902

    MERULA ZT902

    years 60's

    nr: none

    We know little of this microphone. The name Merula is used interchangeably with Schumann and Ronette brands, which suggests a Dutch origin. Our microphone, however nicely preserved, has a replacement cable installed. Any information welcome.

  • NECKERMANN 813/73

    NECKERMANN 813/73

    years 70's

    nr: none

    A rather unwieldy plastic microphone by a German company Neckermann. A hole for mounting on a stand at the bottom. A DIN plug. No further information available.

  • OBEN DRALOWID REPORTER

    OBEN DRALOWID REPORTER

    years 30's

    nr: 7915

    A stylish Oben microphone from the 1930s. This item is in very good condition. Worn-out suspension rubbers needs replacing. Unfortunately, our microphone has no support.

  • OKTAVA MD 52B

    OKTAVA MD 52B

    years 70's

    nr: none

    A stereophonic microphone made by a Russian manufacturer. An original, quite heavy and solid structure. The set includes a metal stand enabling control of the position in 3D. A cable ended with a five-pin DIN plug. We recommend our meme with this microphone: here.

  • OKTAVA MD 59

    OKTAVA MD 59

    years 1970s

    nr: 350271

    A dynamic microphone from the Russian Oktava brand. Entirely made of metal, set on a base made of the same material. Our specimen comes from 1971; it came to us in perfect condition, in a box with an original seal.

  • OKTAVA MD 64

    OKTAVA MD 64

    years 1960s

    nr: none

    A plastic dynamic microphone manufactured by the Russian company Oktava in 1969. A plastic design on a fixed, integrated base made of the same material. Cable with a 3-pin DIN connector. Good condition.

  • OKTAVA MD-66A

    OKTAVA MD-66A

    years 70's

    nr: 6495-73

    A studio, dynamic microphone with super cardioid characteristics manufactured in 1979. Wholly made of metal. The original version has a plastic base. We only got a handle which allows for installing it on a tripod. 3-pin DIN connector.

  • OKTAVA MD-71

    OKTAVA MD-71

    years 70's

    nr: none

    A dynamic microphone, often used in the Russian army. The exact date of manufacture is 1977. Made in the Soviet Union. Made of plastic, embedded in a plastic base allowing vertical and horizontal adjusting. A DIN plug, three pins.

  • PEIKER TM24

    PEIKER TM24

    years 50's

    nr: 7575

    A very nicely made Paiker Acoustic model. It is set in an ingenious manner by means of a ball socket on a plastic base. After taking it off we can set the microphone on a stand. The name of the model is missing at the front. The cable with a 3-pin din connector.

  • PIEZO MX 4 brown

    PIEZO MX 4 brown

    years 50's

    nr: none

    Polish microphone made in the 50’s.  A plastic structure with a gold-plated grill, visually very similar to the German Grundig GDM 11. The cable is ended with a three-pin DIN plug.

  • PIEZO MX 4 green

    PIEZO MX 4 green

    years 50's

    nr: none

    The product of Polish work cooperative Piezoelektronika from Tychy draws attention with, among other things, its colour. As it appears from the manual, in addition to the pistachio, there are still 8 colours to choose from. We have the brown and the white versions. The microphone is all in plastic, with showy gold-plated grill. The twin brother of GDM Grundig 11. 5-pin socket.

  • PIEZO MX 4 white

    PIEZO MX 4 white

    years 50's

    nr: none

    A twin brother of Grundig MD5 and Labor MD5. Manufacturing date established by guesswork. Not much information available about this company, we’re still looking. The microphone has a rather untypical, green-coloured cable and an odd plug, which looks a bit similar to a 1/8” jack.

  • PIEZO MX3

    PIEZO MX3

    years 50's

    nr: none

    At a glance, the microphone looks as if it had a military application. It would perfectly suit a tank :) A simple, solid design, heavy, bulky and lacking in subtleties. Originally mounted on a different kind of leg. No other information available, manufacturing date was established by guesswork.

  • PIEZO MX3 blue-grey

    PIEZO MX3 blue-grey

    years 50's

    nr: none

    The second Piezo MX3 model in our collection, this time on an original base and in a blue-grey colour. Set on a solid base, quite big and completely made of metal. Cable without the original connector.

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