Continuing their mission to bring quality recreations of classic microphones to the masses, Warm Audio have engineered the WA-67 to look, sound, and feel like an original '67 microphone. That means the WA-67 is a tube-powered mic, complete with its own power supply and high-quality 7-pin cable, giving the user the ability to dial in cardioid, omnidirectional, and figure-8 polar patterns with heaps of vintage color.
Warm have taken great care in refashioning this classic microphone, using the proper EF86 tube and capsule, and fashioning it out of brass, just like the original. Top-shelf componentry was used throughout the design, from the caps to the transformer to the cable itself. The result is a smooth, buttery microphone that flatters most audio sources.
Whether you're recording vocals, guitars, string instruments, or anything else, so long as you keep the audio under 138 dB of SPL (which is pretty loud) and restrict it to the human hearing range hearing (20 Hz to 20 kHz), you'll enjoy a true-to-the-original vintage sound out of this microphone. The mic offers a 10 dB pad for loud sources and a switchable high-pass filter to mitigate some low-end rumble if need be. The WA-67 ships with a power supply, a 7-pin cable, a hardmount, and a shockmount. It also includes a wooden case.