Sony C-38B Microphone

Rudolph, Barry
July 2004
Mix;Jul2004, Vol. 28 Issue 8, p128
Evaluates the Sony C-38B microphone. Lineage dating back to 1965; All-purpose studio Field Effects Transistor (FET) microphone; All-around utility as a studio microphone; Other key features.


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