And in my experience, status and vanity factor into it as well. I tried putting a real Neumann K47/49 on my Wunder CM7S....no bueno. Good to know. When you buy products through links across our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. When a manufacturer wades in and makes some strong claims, fleshing out those claims isn’t a personal thing. Golden Age Premiere 47? Sold it only cause I also have a c12vr I preferred. Just finished recording an album with Warm Audio’s clone and it sounds great. I have a Pearlman TM1 in the mail right now. I’d love one of the new ones. I've recorded with 47s that were well maintained, they all sounded a bit different, and they were very nice, but there are new mics that sound absolutely, equally great. What mic works best in a given situation is unrelated to what mic is a more accurate reproduction of a vintage mic. I won a Soundelux U195 that day! Quote: Originally Posted by 9xSound. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPP2SJGMxMY, NAMM 2014: Slate Digital Introduces The VIRTUAL MICROPHONE SYSTEM. It's a shame, cause the Kel stuff was really great given how affordable the mics were. Anyways thanks very much and please do some more of these shootouts. Just buy the best mic you can afford.<< Best advice seen here in a while! turns out this was it. Well, I'm running my TM-47 through a DW Fearn VT-1 and getting a little opto-compression help from a Manley ELOP(+). There's nothing else like it in my mic locker. Id buy a Microtech Gefell CMV563/M7S right now. That’s all an occupational damage on part of producers. On the mix, I rated the Wunder as best, and the Lawson as second best. The vintage original U47 amplifier circuit for DiY, invented in 1947, was the first switchable pattern condenser microphone. Was not much a fan of the K7 capsule but the M7 sounds wonderful and very different. 26th March 2019 #68. stevep. So give it up for Warm Audio and its WA-47jr mic – a FET transformer-less version of the WA-47. Kramer had also brought along his own vintage 47 for the shootout. How crazy would it be to have a clone mic with a VF14 in it and still not a real Neumann capsule. Create a username and password below and an account will be created and your post entered. I know I'm a bit late to the party but I'd love to weigh in on the discussion. I wouldn't turn down a vintage 47 if someone gave it to me as a gift, but I have stopped thinking about it totally since acquiring the FLEA. The Flea mics are so close it is scary. Id buy a Microtech Gefell CMV563/M7S right now. Also, I am told Stem has done a great job. Finally, the average listener does not pay attention to infinitesmally small details at this level anyway. Not that a non original might be preferred by a given person in a given context. Click here to login, The ability to reply to and create new discussions, Access to members-only giveaways & competitions, Interact with VIP industry experts in our guest Q&As, Access to members-only sub forum discussions, Get INSTANT ACCESS to the world's best private pro audio, Promote your eBay auctions and Reverb.com listings for free. I had the grosser 47 with his glass tube vf14 replacement,the solid state replacement and original vf14 metal can. I would not pass a blind test. I wasn't doubting the sound, I was referring to where you said ' If I only had. I have a FLEA and it's great. Not sure which one is the best. Unfortunately the Kel stuff is now discontinued; he's gone on to focus on his more upscale brand, Vertical Microphones. which implies what comes closest to the original. Big Bock fan here, love the iFET too. And those claims can then rise or fall based on their actual merit. You get what you pay for (actually you get less, considering the sad resale value of any of these "clones"). I have always wondered how their mics sound compared to more expensive clones. Hey there! Nothing like a real 47 in good shape. The difference in price may be 20 % quality and 80 % status... One person's small difference, is another's deal breaker. Unfortunately the Kel stuff is now discontinued; he's gone on to focus on his more upscale brand, Vertical Microphones. that got me interested. The latter may be … The TZ Audio Stellar X2 is a brand new microphone and it’s already won over legions of professional musicians, record producers, voice over actors and announcers. I own one, but haven’t used it enough to really form an opinion. How does a Flea 47 sound compared to a new Telefunken 47. If I had high dollar money for top tier microphone, in the vein of a U47. It sounds great! I thought that the Tele U47 … That didn't show up in the particular vocal clips I heard, which didn't feature low end per se. >>Clones are a crock. Just got delivery of a Dave Pearlman TM-47 this morning. U47 Clones - U47 mic Clone - Neumann U47 Clones - Microphone Reviews - Neumann U47 for sale and Telefunken U47 for sale VF14 Tube Wunder CM7, Wagner U47w, Pearlman TM 1, Peluso 2247 SE, Manley Reference, Lawson L47MP MKII, Telefunken U47AE, Bock Audio 507, Soundelux E47, HORCH RM2J, Telefunken RFT AK47, Telefunken U47 M, Korby KAT U47, Vertigo Sound VS47, Flea 47, Lucas CS-4 … Point I was making is that there are lots of flavors out there that might be preferable in a given context without sounding like an original. Love! I should also clarify, that it wasn't that I preferred the glass tube per se, just that I liked a certain quality as an option. With all of the serious problems in this day and age, it is not worth taking gear talk to emotional places. December 26, 2016 at 8:28 pm. 2. A Bock 67 sounds better on my voice, than the Neumann U67 RI-go figure... NAMM. That will depend on what the mixes sound like. It is the logical response. Maybe it was a good luck charm. Definitely different, but nice in its own way. We gathered together seven of the best U47-style mics and put them to the test, including the Pearlman TM-47, Wunder CM7 GTS non-”Suprema”, Wunder CM7 S “Suprema”, Telefunken Elektroakustik U47, Flea 47 EF12 with F7 capsule, Bock 47 and Slate VMS ML1. The OP was "Best U47 clone?" Reply ↓ Bruce Monical. He ended up preferring my TM1 and they used it for the whole album. I did compare to real 47 I had on loan but alas not as a shoot out. Pearlman TM1 is a nice mic, not sure how it compares side by side to a real 47 as I've never done head to head with them. Chris. His u47 clone is the 22 47. I meant to take it down the street and compare it with the real 47 at my friend's studio, but I'm too busy recording actual music with it and I'm not missing anything I need to get the results I want so that seems like a waste of time. Lives for Jesus . So, has everyone finished listing the clone they bought. I had a P-12 for a couple weeks that was acceptable. Would love to compare to Wunder, Bock and Flea.

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