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Mojave Matched pair of MA 100 Giveaway Coming Next!

Discussion in 'Microphones' started by audiokid, May 12, 2011.

  1. audiokid

    audiokid Staff

    I have a matched pair of Mojave MA 100's that I am giving away to some worthy member.

    This is a $1595.00 value that is very sweet!
    Mojave Audio MA 100 SP Matched Stereo Pair of MA-100 Small Diaphragm Tube Condenser Mics | Full Compass
    Mojave Audio MA-100 Stereo Pair | Sweetwater.com

    Mojave Audio MA-100SP Microphones

    Stay tuned for contest details!

    MA-100SP Condenser Microphones

    The MA-100SP is a matched pair of MA-100 small-diaphragm, vacuum tube condenser microphones with interchangeable cardioid and omnidirectional capsules and a dual power supply.

    Packaged in a single carrying case, the MA-100SP provides professional recording engineers with a convenient, easy to set up system for stereo recording applications.
    From a linage of successful microphone designs by David Royer, the MA-100SP's cathode follower circuitry provides ample headroom for high SPL applications such as drums and guitar amplifiers. It also excels at the more common applications for small diaphragm, vacuum tube condenser microphones such as acoustic instruments, cymbals, stereo pairs and pianos.
    Featuring hand selected, 3-micron cardioid and omni capsules, high quality Jensen audio transformers and military-grade JAN 5840 vacuum tubes, the MA-100SP performs at a level reminiscent of some of the best loved classic small-diaphragm tube condenser microphones. The MA-100SP's power supply can be set for either 110-120 VAC or 220-240 VAC via an external switch. The complete MA-100SP system is burned in for 24 hours, carefully tested and evaluated, then packaged in a protective carrying case.
    Small Diaphragm - Big Sound!
    Why choose a small diaphragm microphone? Because small diaphragm microphones offer some distinct advantages over their larger brethren:

    • More consistent polar pattern
    • Better transient response
    • Ease of placement
    Why choose an MA-100SP?

    • Extended low-frequency response
    • High SPL handling capability - try putting your large-diaphragm mic on a snare drum!

    • Interchangeable cardioid and omnidirectional capsules
    • Hand-selected 3-micron capsules
    • Jensen audio transformer
    • Military grade JAN 5840 vacuum tube
    • External switchable power supply voltage
    • Ultra clean signal path
    • High SPL handling capability
    Recommended applications:

    • Acoustic Instruments
    • Drums
    • Guitar Amplifiers
    • Piano
    • Stereo Pairs (X/Y, MS, etc.)
    • Decca Tree
    • Orchestral Recording
    • Choral Recording
    • Voice-overs and Broadcast
    • Percussion

    TRANSDUCER TYPE: Externally excited capacitor type
    DIAPHRAGM: .8" / 20.5 mm diameter
    POLAR RESPONSE: Interchangeable Cardioid and Omnidirectional Capsules
    FREQUENCY RESPONSE: 20 Hz - 20 kHz, +/-3dB
    SENSITIVITY: -37dB re 1V/pa
    MAXIMUM SPL: 130dB
    DISTORTION: head amp only , not to exceed .4% @ 140 dB SPL
    SELF NOISE: Not to exceed 16dB
    IMPEDANCE: 450 ohms, transformer balanced
    VACUUM TUBE: 5840 pentode wired as triode, operated as a unity-gain buffer stage (cathode follower)
    POWER REQUIREMENTS: 100-120VAC; 220-240VAC, 50 or 60 Hz. Power consumption approx. 10 watts.
    DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT: Carrying case with microphone, power supply, shock mount and cables: 7 lbs.
    Carrying Case: 19" x 12.5" x 5.5"
    Microphone: 5.5" x .75", weight 4.5 oz each
  2. JohnTodd

    JohnTodd Well-Known Member

    Looks great!
  3. lambchop

    lambchop Active Member

    Yeah, it does!

    Hey, instead of the mix concept competition. would you consider a most pathetic, long-winded, plea as to why you are so desperate to have and need these?.............Oh, I figured not.

    Well, it was worth a try anyway!
  4. BobRogers

    BobRogers Well-Known Member

    These are great mics. If you'll remember, Jeremy Cucco put one of these in as the "mystery mic" in the ribbon shootout we did a while ago. The connection with David Royer inspired him to put it in. But it had a very smooth top end and was not out of place in the shootout.
  5. pmolsonmus

    pmolsonmus Well-Known Member

    I'm finally going to have time to get involved. These look great for my typical recording situations as well.


    How about a Nashville Song writing contest to honor Remy. I've got a head start already!!!

  6. audiokid

    audiokid Staff

    Actually I like this idea much more than a terribly boring mix contest. Very cool seeing your lyrical abilities come to life Phil!
  7. lambchop

    lambchop Active Member

    Er, being a jazz musician I'd have to say that a Nashville Song Writing contest wouldn't be my strong suit. Sorry Phil!

    What might be more fair would be a combination of taking some already recorded tracks and complimenting them with additional new recorded material (there's your shot of making it Nashville). Then, taking all of that and creating a final mix.

    What do you think?
  8. Rude Boy

    Rude Boy Guest

    Lyrics should probably be in English, no? ...
    Members who are no English native speakers are... in den Arsch gekniffen.

    Kinda hard to compete with the natives...

    Better to hand out a set of tracks to mix.
    Good Genre composing like Nashville style is not given to everybody.
  9. lambchop

    lambchop Active Member

    Don't worry! If lyrics are involved in the equation then you definitely have a leg up on me. I'm a lousy vocalist.
  10. moonbaby

    moonbaby Mmmmmm Well-Known Member

    "Lord, help me git my daughter outta jail.
    She bounced some checks and now she can't make bail."

    Come to pappa!
  11. audiokid

    audiokid Staff

    Thats what you need to do Moon, just like that. :)
  12. lambchop

    lambchop Active Member

    "Lord, help me git my daughter outta jail.
    She bounced some checks and now she can't make bail."

    On 2nd thought, I may have a shot!!! :D

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