This Stereo Mic Defines Versatility!
Put Avantone's CK-40 stereo FET condenser microphone up in front of sources, listen to the amazing sound you're getting, and you'll instantly realize how dedicated Avantone is to their motto "Affordable Excellence." The CK-40's twin large-diaphragm transducers are arranged vertically, so you get extraordinarily accurate stereo imaging. Beyond that, you can rotate the top capsule up to 90 degrees, to employ a range of recording techniques, including XY-Coincident, Blumlein, and M-S. With this vast range of sonic and spatial options available, it's worth trying the Avantone CK-40 on anything that makes sound.
Stereo design with rotatable capsule gives you a range of sonic and spatial options
Apart from the amazing sound you'll get from the CK-40 stereo FET condenser, you're going to be amazed by just how versatile this microphone is — especially when you consider the affordable price. The Avantone CK-40 has two large-diaphragm transducers arranged vertically, for accurate stereo imaging without issues with phase. Beyond that, you can rotate the upper capsule up to 90 degrees, so you can take advantage of a wide range of miking techniques.
Switches between three pickup patterns for tailoring your sound
Let your ears be the final judge as you rotate the CK-40 microphone's upper capsule, taking advantage such miking techniques as XY, Blumlein, and MS. Because both of the microphones on the CK-40 can switch among cardioid, omnidirectional, and figure 8 polar patterns, you have a wide variety of sonic and spatial options to experiment with as you tune in the perfect stereo image for your track.