JZ Microphones V67 Microphone

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The JZ Microphones V67 Microphone is the workhorse of the Vintage Series Microphones. The V67 has a full ranged and balanced silky musicality that gives a soul to your recordings. Perfect for all vocal applications, yet it sings on acoustic guitar, electric guitar cab, drum overheads, and so much more!

The JZ Microphones V67 Microphone is designed by Juris Zarins and made in Latvia. To offer a "new and renewed" view of the legendary sound of Neumann's U67 which is still considered to be one of the finest microphones ever made. With the V67 JZ Microphones brought to life several great ideas of improvements to add and implement into their own take of this classic voicing.The heart of JZ Microphones V67 Microphone is Golden Drop 67 Capsule (GDC67) which offers a high level of detail, and extremely low distortion. The JZ Microphones Vintage 67 microphone has perfect functionality and legendary U67 feel at amazing price point and availability for a handcrafted and tested microphone.

JZ Microphones has teamed up with Rycote to offer a unique shock mount for their Vintage Series Microphones. The JZ Microphones Vintage Series Shockmount can be purchased HERE, to provide superior isolation and stability for your Vintage Series mic!

JZ Microphones V67 Microphone Features

  • Cardioid polar pattern
  • Double large diaphragm Golden Drop capsule (GDC67)
  • Class A discrete electronics
  • Innovative internal shock-mounting system and swivel mount

JZ Microphones V67 Microphone Specifications

  • Transducer Type: Electrostatic
  • Operating Principal: Pressure gradient
  • Diaphragms Active Diameter: 25 mm
  • Frequency Range: 20 Hz to 20 kHz
  • Polar Pattern: Cardioid
  • Output Impedance: 50 Ohms
  • Rated Load Impedance: 1000 Ohms
  • Suggested Load Impedance: > 500 Ohms
  • Sensitivity at 1000 Hz into 1000 Ohms Load: 22 mV/Pa
  • S/N Ratio CCIR 468-3 Weighted: 76 dB
  • S/N Ratio DIN/IEC 651 A-weighted: 87 dB-A
  • Equivalent Noise Level DIN/IEC A-weighted: 6 dB-A
  • Maximum SPL for 0.5% THD at 1000 Ohm Load: 134 dB
  • Dynamic Range of the Microphone Preamplifier: 128 dB
  • Phantom Powering Voltage on Pins 2 & 3 of XLR: +48 V (+/-4 V)
  • Current Consumption: < 2 mA
  • Output Connector: 3-pin XLR male, gold plated contacts
  • Signal Polarity: Positive toward pressure on a diaphragm produces positive polarity voltage on XLR pin #2 relatively to pin #3

JZ Microphones V67 Microphone Includes

  • JZ Microphones V67 Microphone
  • Swivel Mount
  • Storage Case
  • 5 Years Warranty

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  • 4
    JZ Mics V67

    Knowing this mic lacks a tube and transformer, and uses an electrolytic capsule, while “emulating” a Neumann U-67 had me skeptical, despite some audio reviews I had come across. The mic sounded great on songs recorded solely with the mic on Lij Shaw’s website and also Produce Like A Pro. The mic was on sale, so I took the plunge. I was surprised to hear how great the mic sounded on my voice. I love some mid forward and airiness on mics, which this has, along with some nice low end that gave my thin voice some believable heft. The mic also excelled on mandolin, acoustic guitar, bass guitar cabinet. It takes EQ well, is very quiet, well built. I am very happy with this mic, adding to my mic collection; Pearlman TM-1, Warm Audio WA-87, Mic Parts.com Telefunken 251’ish Fox 460 circuit and their S-12, Shure SM-7, Oktavamod MKII and a Cascade Fat Head ribbon mic. The V67 just loves my Dizengoff D-4, CAPI V-28, AML EZ 73 and SSL VHD preamps. Kills through a Serpent Audio SA-76, UA 176 vari my clone and my SSL 500 “channel strip” (Dyn 611/EQ611). This is a keeper! While it’s not a Neumann U-67, it is a great sounding mic. I recommend you check it out.

  • 5
    Hard to beat this quality and value!
    Cory Plaugh

    I'm loving these JZ microphones. Some of the best microphones for the money around!

What We Think


The JZ Microphones V67 Microphone is a great sounding mic. It has a bit more richness and body than most mics that are in the 67 voicing, butit maintains a detail and openness that is complimentary and impressive. The V67 is a great vocal mic, but is balanced enough to really work with any sound source. Though you will likely find that vocals and guitar cabs is were it shines a lot.

Ryan Ferris, Pro Audio Sales

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