Avantone CK-7 Multi-Pattern FET Condenser Microphone


  • HK$2,680.00




The AVANTONE “Cabernet (C-series)” mics from AVANT ELECTRONICS are designed to offer true professional performance. They will meet or surpass the performance and specifications of much higher priced mics.

The AVANTONE CK-7 is truly a gorgeous looking and sounding microphone. The design, character and performance can be compared directly to some of the very finest FET mics…but at a fraction of their cost!

Our rugged CK-7 microphone body and capsule assembly are precision machined of BRASS.

Aesthetically, it features an elegant Metallic Cabernet Wine-Red finish, accented with polished nickel trim and grill.

The transformer coupled Discreet Class A FET circuitry will yield pleasing professional results comparable to much more expensive designs.

Any studio can proudly offer the CK-7 as a vocal mic or utility condenser due to its versatility…It exudes class visually as well as sonically.

Manufactured using the finest materials yielding a very solid feel, superb structural integrity and rugged reliability.

The versatile CK-7 mic is able to produce professional results with a warm, pleasing sonic character.

The included Custom Retro Shockmount is superb in allowing a precise positioning of the mic while inhibiting the transfer of unwanted vibrations up into the mic. This isolation allows for superior professional results.

3-Pattern CLASS A FET Microphone w/ dual 35mm gold sputtered thin Mylar capsules

-10 dB pad & 80 Hz LF roll off switches

Standard Included Items:
  • AVANTONE CK-7 Multi-Pattern FET Microphone
  • AVANTONE Custom Retro Shockmount
  • Elegant padded genuine wooden Mic box
  • Padded Aluminum storage / travel case
  • Owners Manual
  • Uses Include:

    Studio vocals, acoustic guitar, mandolin, drum overheads, piano, room mic, etc…

    The 3 patterns allow the CK-7 to be used in a variety of situations. The cardioid pattern is generally best used on vocals and single instruments. The omni mode works well in incorporating some room sound into the track. The figure 8 pattern allows 2 vocalists to use the mic at the same time from opposite sides.

    The -10dB attenuation switch can be engaged when miking very high SPL sources to keep from overloading the electronics.

    The 80Hz HIGH-PASS filter switch can be engaged to reduce rumble and to keep unwanted low frequencies from “muddying up” the track.

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