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SE Electronics RN17
Condenser Microphone

OUR PART #  RN17

Our Price: $999.00
List Price: $1,299.00
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The RN17 is SE's latest addition to the new SE Rupert Neve range of microphones. Using a custom designed, hand wound transformer, this is the world's first pencil mic with a large scale, ultra high performance transformer.

Combined with a newly developed 17mm capsule from SE, the world's smallest production gold sputtered Mylar capsule, the result is truly magnificent. The definition and detail from the capsule is incredible, made more so by the headroom afforded by the Rupert Neve transformer. The combined effect is one of exceptional clarity, with a wonderfully silky finish.

The mic ships with a Cardioid capsule, in a beautiful wooden presentation case, and with 5 canisters to hold the Cardioid capsulse shipped with the mic, and further Supercardioid, Omni, Hypercardioid and Figure 8 capsules which are available to purchase separately. The whole system si then packaged in SE's top-of-the-range signature series flight-case with a custom shock mount.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Acoustic Operating Principle:  Presure Condenser
  • Directional pattern:  Cardioid
  • Frequency Range:  20Hz - 20KHz
  • Sensitivity at 1kHz Into 1kohm:  -44.5±0.5dBV/ Pa(6mV/Pa)
  • Rated Impedance:  200 ohms
  • Rated Load Impedance:  1 kohms
  • Equivalent Noise Level, CCIR1):  23dB
  • Equivalent noise level, A-weighted1):  18dB
  • Signal-to-noise ratio, CCIR1) (rel. 94 dB SPL):  69 dB
  • Signal-to-noise ratio, A-weighted1) (rel. 94 dB SPL):  74 dB
  • Maximum SPL for THD 0.5%2):  150 dB
  • Maximum output voltage:  4V
  • Dynamic range of the microphone amplifier (A-weighted):  131 dB
  • Supply voltage (P48, IEC 61938):  48 V ± 4 V
  • Current consumption (P48, IEC 61938):  3mA
  • Matching connectors:  XLR3F
  • Weight:  248 g
  • Diameter:  1.73"
  • Length:  7.87"

SE Electronics RN17
Condenser Microphone

OUR PART #  RN17

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The RN17 is SE's latest addition to the new SE Rupert Neve range of microphones. Using a custom designed, hand wound transformer, this is the world's first pencil mic with a large scale, ultra high performance transformer.

Combined with a newly developed 17mm capsule from SE, the world's smallest production gold sputtered Mylar capsule, the result is truly magnificent. The definition and detail from the capsule is incredible, made more so by the headroom afforded by the Rupert Neve transformer. The combined effect is one of exceptional clarity, with a wonderfully silky finish.

The mic ships with a Cardioid capsule, in a beautiful wooden presentation case, and with 5 canisters to hold the Cardioid capsulse shipped with the mic, and further Supercardioid, Omni, Hypercardioid and Figure 8 capsules which are available to purchase separately. The whole system si then packaged in SE's top-of-the-range signature series flight-case with a custom shock mount.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Acoustic Operating Principle:  Presure Condenser
  • Directional pattern:  Cardioid
  • Frequency Range:  20Hz - 20KHz
  • Sensitivity at 1kHz Into 1kohm:  -44.5±0.5dBV/ Pa(6mV/Pa)
  • Rated Impedance:  200 ohms
  • Rated Load Impedance:  1 kohms
  • Equivalent Noise Level, CCIR1):  23dB
  • Equivalent noise level, A-weighted1):  18dB
  • Signal-to-noise ratio, CCIR1) (rel. 94 dB SPL):  69 dB
  • Signal-to-noise ratio, A-weighted1) (rel. 94 dB SPL):  74 dB
  • Maximum SPL for THD 0.5%2):  150 dB
  • Maximum output voltage:  4V
  • Dynamic range of the microphone amplifier (A-weighted):  131 dB
  • Supply voltage (P48, IEC 61938):  48 V ± 4 V
  • Current consumption (P48, IEC 61938):  3mA
  • Matching connectors:  XLR3F
  • Weight:  248 g
  • Diameter:  1.73"
  • Length:  7.87"
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