CAD TRION 8000 Tube Condenser Microphone
A Multi-Pattern, Externally Biased, Large Dual Diaphragm Studio Tube Condenser Mic!
CAD's Trion 8000 incorporates a sophisticated, precision-machined, hand-assembled capsule. The low mass 1.12-inch gold vapor deposited, hand dampened diaphragms offer the warm, rich and open classic tube sound ideal for studio vocal recordings in the digital realm. Exceptional sensitivity, low distortion and an extended frequency response make the Trion 8000 an outstanding performer.
CAD Trion 8000 Features
- 1.25 inch gold sputtered multi pattern hand dampened dual diaphragm capsule
- Omnidirectional, Figure 8, Cardioid patterns
- Ideal for vocal and instrument recording
- Heavy duty power supply with cable included
- Also includes a professional shockmount and Aluminum carrying case
Discrete Class A electronics provide transparent, accurate sound reproduction. The transformer-coupled output ensures excellent RF immunity, cancellation of cable capacitance, and rejection of induced line noise. A 3-position polar pattern switch provides selection of omnidirectional, cardioid or figure-8 polar patterns for versatility and flexibility demanded in the professional recording environment.
The rugged metal housing and construction provide the durability required to withstand the harsh day-to-day demands of both live and studio applications. Featuring a heritage design, the Trion 8000 offers an aesthetically pleasing industrial profile. Accurate sound reproduction, high SPL capability and warm tube performance make this an excellent choice for the recording professional. Shockmount, heavy-duty aluminum carrying case, 25ft 6-pin connector cable, and power supply are included. 115/230 VAC power required.
From musicians recording at home to performers, FOH engineers and Grammy award winning artists, the Trion 8000 is receiving these types of comments:
The Trion 8000 has a nice top end, smooth and very true sounding. It's on the top of my list for vocal mics.
- Gordini with Nickelback
This mic was warm, fat and brilliant on my 200 year old French Bass. I knew my bass sounded good, but it sounded unbelievable. Thanks for a GREAT microphone!
- Brandino!, bass player for Mary J Blige on the Best R&B Album of 2007, the Breakthrough.