Electro Voice RE-15 Vintage Dynamic Cardioid Handheld Microphone - Zeereez
Electro Voice RE-15 Vintage Dynamic Cardioid Handheld Microphone - Zeereez
Electro Voice RE-15 Vintage Dynamic Cardioid Handheld Microphone - Zeereez
Electro Voice RE-15 Vintage Dynamic Cardioid Handheld Microphone - Zeereez

Electro Voice RE-15 Vintage Dynamic Cardioid Handheld Microphone

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Working Condition - Excellent


We checked out this item for functionality & found to be in excellent condition.  When you get the item, it will have all features and functions fully operational. For more information on how we checked this item, read the full listing.
 

 

 

Cosmetic Condition - Good

This item is in good cosmetic condition with average wear for this type of item. It will likely have minor to average wear for an item of this type. Be sure to check out the photos for more details. If any flaws stood out to us, we'll make note of it here: Wind screen is in good shape, the mic does have some wear as shown.

 

 

Accessories

 

  • Mic only
 

 

Details & Specs


This information is to be used for reference only. Accessories or warranties mentioned may not apply to this listing. Please check the accessories section and photos to see everything that comes with this item.

 

 

The RE15 is a favorite of producers, engineers and artists in many recording, broadcast studios and on stage. Being a true super cardioid mike, the RE15 offers maximum audio rejection at 150º off axis (typical cardioids are 180º). Unlike a typical cardioid mike, the unique E-V Variable-D design features a frequency response independent of the angular location of the sound source. That means virtually NO sound coloration on or off axis. A hum-bucking coil along with the machined steel outer casing helps to insure the rejection of hum under the most demanding of conditions. 

Another handy design feature of the RE15 is the Bass Roll Off Switch.  Low end can be rolled off 6 db between 1000Hz and 100Hz. This may be used to compensate for room boominess in some situations and excessive rumble from 'live' stages in other instances.