Ear Trumpet Labs Edwina Condenser Microphone (Stereo Pair)
The Ear Trumpet Labs Edwina Stereo Pair is a closely matched stereo pair of Edwina's a versatile large-diaphragm condenser microphone with the smooth sound to match her distinctive but not dominating looks.
With meticulously tested, hand-wired electronic components, Edwina is designed specifically for feedback rejection in demanding live settings. Her smooth, detailed sound excels at all kinds of stage duties, from vocals to acoustic instruments to drum overheads, and also shines in the studio as a warm, accurate recording mic. She is optimized as a single-source mic, but with a sweet spot from one out to 18 inches, she does great capturing voice and instrument together for solo or even two performers. Also available in stereo pairs.
Ear Trumpet Labs Edwina Condenser Microphone (Stereo Pair) Features
- Hand-made microphone with unique appearance
- Side or end address, using pivoting bracket
- Capsule and electronics tuned for close to medium distance use on the most difficult stages with excellent feedback rejection
- Internal shock dampers for minimal handling noise
- Integral silk and mesh pop filter, for effective control of plosives without loss of clarity
- Transformerless FET fully balanced electronics
- Highest quality hand-wired electronic components - film caps, precision resistors, hand tested and matched transistors, with component values tuned for the individual circuit.
Ear Trumpet Labs Edwina Condenser Microphone (Stereo Pair) Specifications
- TRANSDUCER TYPE: condenser, large (26 mm) diaphragm
- POLAR PATTERN: cardioid
- FREQUENCY RESPONSE: 20 - 15K hz (-3dB)
- SENSITIVITY: -38.9dB (11 mV/Pa)
- OUTPUT IMPEDANCE: <50 Ohm
- NOISE LEVEL (A-weighted): <14 dBA
- POWER REQUIREMENT: +48V phantom power
- WEIGHT: 1 lb (4 lbs cased)
- DIMENSIONS: 8 3/4 x 4 x 1 3/4; head is 3 in diameter
Ear Trumpet Labs Edwina Condenser Microphone (Stereo Pair) Includes
- x2 Edwina microphones
- Metal tool case with foam padding
- Mic clips
Ear Trumpet Labs Edwina Condenser Microphone (Stereo Pair) Downloads
What We Think
What can I say about the Edwina. I really like this mic. It has a softer top, clear detailed upper mids, full mids/low mids, and a present but natural bottom end. It sounded very solid on my voice (male baritone). There was a slight presence in the upper mids that made the voice sound more alive, that was surprising. On acoustic guitar (my Taylor 114ce), I placed the mic about six inches from the guitar around the 11th/12th fret, and pointed it at the heal of the neck. This is were I fell in love with this mic. The finger noise and pick noise was there, but rounded - it was pleasant to listen to. I like those noises, to me the make an acoustic sound real. Overall there was plenty of cut and detail to make the guitar clear. The mid range was big and smooth, allowing the resonance and body of the guitar to come out, without being boxy or having mud. The lows reached well and were natural. Based on my tests here, I think that the Edwina would also perform amazingly on guitar cab and drum overhead. Once I get that chance, I'll update this review.
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