Live Sound, sE On Tour

The V7 with Ding Wei at Blue Note Beijing

Here are a few photos of Chinese star vocalist Ding Wei performing earlier this week at Blue Note Beijing - you can see our V7s everywhere these days!

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New Products

Introducing the sE2300

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Available since early summer in select countries, the new sE2300 is now finally available in the USA and the rest of the world.

Last year, we released an updated & refined version of our best-selling condenser, the sE2200. Now, we are proud to announce the sE2300, a multi-pattern version of the mic that first put us on the map almost 15 years ago with its smooth, polished sound for vocals, voiceovers and numerous instrumental applications.

The sE2300 features a handcrafted true condenser capsule, three patterns, two attenuation pads, two low-cut filters, and the same class-A discrete circuitry and robust output transformer as its cardioid sibling. This preserves the clarity and “larger than life” tonality beloved by thousands of customers worldwide, while adding both omnidirectional and figure-8 polar patterns in addition to the original cardioid pattern to dramatically increase its versatility.

The sE2300 is now available through authorized sE Electronics distributors and dealers worldwide, with a street price of $399.00 USD. It ships standard with the sE Isolation Pack quick-lock shock mount and adjustable metal pop filter.

Click here for more information on the cardioid-only sE2200 and multi-pattern sE2300.

sE In The Studio

MIXDOWN Review: sE / Rupert Neve Signature Series Microphones

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Australian music magazine MIXDOWN just did a round-up review of all three sE / Rupert Neve Signature Series microphones, and the results are in. Here are a few quotes, with a link to the full review at the bottom!

 


“Recording on the cardioid setting, the RNT is forward and transparent. Voices are articulate and crystal clear, with a nice proximity effect when positioned closer to the speaker or singer.”

 

“Laser-like focus and great side rejection…it’s perfect as a microphone for rooms when recording instruments or as a direct mic on anything you can throw at it (figuratively, of course. The RN17 is robust, but please don’t throw anything at it, nor throw it around a room).”

 


“What I love most about the RNR1 is that it still sounds like a ribbon mic. The high frequency response is detailed and articulate, but the overall sound still feels smooth and treated like any other ribbon microphone would.”

 
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