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Audio-Technica AT3060

“Simply different,” is how this new tube microphone from Audio-T Read more

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Audio-Technica AT3060 Tube Microphone

Pro Audio Review
9 February 2009
  • Excerpt: With the introduction of the AT3060, Audio-Technica has taken the sting out of tube mic ownership and use. At just $599 (including shockmount) this mic is remarkably affordable and, with its ability to run on phantom power, it..
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Expert Review

RecordingHacks
7 August 2003
  • Excerpt: The AT3060 is a large diaphragm tube mic that runs on 48V phantom; there’s no external power supply. There’s also no frills: it’s cardioid only, there’s no low cut, no pad, no nothing. Just mic. It showed up at my house awhile back and I put it right into the rotation. My first impression was that it sounded good, but not particularly “tubey.” It’s brighter than I was expecting it to be, and the upper mids seem very forward.
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Audio-Technica AT3060

Mix Online
1 July 2003
  • Excerpt: The AT3060 tube condenser microphone is a new addition to Audio-Technica's 30 Series but with a twist: Its onboard tube electronics are 48-volt, phantom-powered and use ordinary XLR mic cables; no bulky external power supply is required. According to A-T, removing the PS allowed the company to put more money into the mic's components and manufacturing.
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