Stager Announces the New SR-66 Ribbon Microphone
By Front End Audio on Nov 22nd 2022
Delivering long ribbon sound in an affordable package, the new Stager SR-66 Ribbon Microphone is the latest from Stager Microphones.
The SR-66's corrugated aluminum ribbon is three inches long by a quarter inch wide. It's framed with NeoDymium motor construction and stepped up by a proprietary 1:32 toroidal transformer. This purely passive design captures transients and detail with the kind of warmth and realism every recording engineer dreams of. The SR-66 excels in mid to near field applications from overheads to vocals with its tight low end, minimal proximity effect, relaxed mid range and detailed top end.
The SR-66 includes a durable K&M microphone clip and foam lined wooden box. Made and machined in Nashville, TN USA.
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Stager SR-66 Ribbon Microphone - Demo at Front End Audio
Check out the Stager SR-66 Ribbon Microphone "In Action" here at Front End Audio, where we take a listen to this microphone on acoustic and electric guitar. So sit back, turn up your monitor levels and enjoy!
Stager SR-66 Ribbon Microphone Out Of The Box at Front End Audio
Check out the Stager SR-66 Ribbon Microphone in our "Out Of The Box" series here at Front End Audio where we take a quick look at this microphone, the features and what you can expect when you open up the box!
Stager SR-66 Ribbon Microphone Gear360 at Front End Audio
Check out the Stager SR-66 Ribbon Microphone on Front End Audio's Gear360.
The Stager SR-66 Ribbon Microphone is another home run for Stager Microphones! It’s a ribbon mic, so you get that beautifully smooth top-end you’d expect, yet it’s also surprisingly open and detailed. You’re not going to hear a muddy or sporadic low-end with the SR-66; no sir, this mic is tight! Even the mid-range isn’t overly forward – it’s a very balanced ribbon mic. It sounds great on guitars and a pair would be well placed as room microphones when recording drums. Check out the SR-66 from Stager!
Wes DeLoach, Pro Audio Sales