A Must-have Mic for Stage and Studio!
A perfect all-arounder! Many mics claim to be able to do anything, but this one really can! The sE Electronics 4400a is as at home above a drum kit as it is in front of a screaming tube amp, and it can still handle more delicate sounding sources such as vocals or acoustic instruments. Using a twin-diaphragm design, switchable polar patterns, two bass cuts, and pads, you can put this beauty to work doing just about anything. And the flat-fronted sE4400a lets you get right up on a grille cloth for an up-front sound.
Designed to offer the best of vintage mics
Unfortunately for many studio owners, those “classic condensers” are often not what they used to be. Whether a certain mic’s design has changed over the years, or the time has just taken its toll, many of the mics that were once so versatile are showing their age. Enter the sE 4400a! The 4400a contains back-to-back brass-ringed capsules, hand-tuned by sE’s technicians. And its brand-new design ensures great performance for years to come.
A ton of control options for versatility
Just because a microphone can pick up anything doesn’t mean it was intended to. But the sE 4400a was designed from the ground up to sound terrific on almost any sound source out there. Taking cues from some well-known vintage European condensers, sE’s whole priority was to offer you a microphone with enough options to be as at home working from a whisper to a scream. You have your choice of four polar patterns, two bass cuts, and two pads. This mic will tune to you.
A shock mount as incredible as the mic
It’s not often a microphone’s shock mount that is as exciting as the mic itself. But that is the case with the sE 4400a. The flat, round edged chassis design and custom suspension mount allow the mic to be centered within the shock, flipped around and used flat against a drum head or guitar cab, or angled outwards and pushed through inside of a kick drum. And at less than 3/4″ thick, it fits neatly in the palm of your hand. But it’s also built to take a beating on the road. Well played sE.
There are no reviews yet.