Clock Audio | Manufacturer of Quality Microphones | Boundary Microphones My local PA store loaned me a pair of their (only) SDC microphones, the C600. The company has a very interesting product line, admittedly not true Pro Audio. I was told something to the degree that this company used to make mics for AKG before they were purchased by Harmon...most notably the 451. I've searched for details on this factoid and have come up empty. None the less, these guys are made in the UK, they have brass capsules I think, and also sport the obligatory -10db pad and a LF rolloff. They're quite hefty and sound pretty darned good for the few tests that I put them through. As you can see by looking at the graph, you're not getting much sizzly high end from these guys, for better or for worse, but they're smooth and detailed. Anyway, the price around the $300ea mark and I'm considering picking them up mainly because, well, they sound good...and I kind of like gear that is lesser known and/or underdogs. Conversely, my main reservation against them would be in spending the money on something that no one has ever heard of, thus potentially effecting any kind of resale in the future. My only other SDC set is a pair of Joly modified Oktava 012s which I really enjoy. Thus, the application for these would be for optional OHs, acoustic guitar and to have a stereo set for room mics. Lastly, my other option in thinking about getting a stereo set of mics would be to purchase a 2nd to some of the many single mics that I own; Miktek C7, AT 4080 ribbon, etc...but most of these single mic options would end up costing more. Thoughts and comments welcome. Thanks.