The Electro-Voice RE320 Dynamic Microphone is a professional grade dynamic broadcasting, podcasting, recording, and sound other applications. The extremely low noise and the best possible tonal and transient response. This is a wid popular microphone.
It is ideal for recording a wide variety of vocal and instrument sources. The Variable D built into the RE320 is a proximity control that minimizes positional and off-axis tonal shifts. A unique dual switch switch lets you select from one of two response curves to get the sound you are seeking.
The integrated humbucking coil, and internal pop filters provide a virtually noiseless performance. The RE320 delivers unparalleled dynamic response, and a pleasing natural tone that many find smooth and soothing.
The RE320 has been used for many instruments because of its general purpose curve for voice and instrument production. The kick drum curve is for bass drums and some vocals.
- Cardioid pattern
- Dynamic N/Dynamic Magnet Structure
- 150 ohm Impedance
- -130 dBm Hum pickup level
- Semi-Gloss Black finish
- 1 lb, 8 oz Microphone weight
- 8.53″ x 2.14″ x 1.94″
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Electro-voice 309A Shock Mount
The Electro-voice 309A was specifically designed for the RE line of microphones, the RE320, RE20 and RE27N/D. It provides an increased amount of shock isolation. The long arms and thumbnail screws allow for quick microphone changes while holding it firmly in place. The pre-formed rubber suspension frame is strong and durable.
Electro-voice RE320 Dynamic Microphone
It is hard to improve on perfection, but the RE320 makes me sound better. A smooth studio sound that needs very little, if any Equalization at all. The cardioid pattern is one of the best I have experienced. The Variable D keeps my voice even eliminating tonal spikes, while keeping the highs and lows crystal clear. I get fantastic audio reports with the RE20 and my Elecraft K4.
The microphone is solidly built, and the black finish is very nice. It matches perfectly with the 309A shock mount. I have two other mics, the Heil PR40, and PR781 and the RE320 Gets the most use.