Peluso Microphone Lab P-67
Multi-Pattern Tube Condenser Microphone
The Peluso P-67 is a modern recreation of the Neumann U 67. Both are multipattern tube microphones based on the K67 capsule and a tube amplifier circuit.
The capsule in the P-67 is a Peluso copy of the Neumann K67. Both are 34mm, dual-diaphragm, center-terminated designs.
The P-67 uses an EF95 tube, rather than the EF86 found in the original U 67. Both are 6.3V pentodes.
Although the U 67 was a three-pattern mic, with the pattern being selectable via a switch on the microphone body, the P-67 uses a 9-way switch on the power supply, and offers not just the three patterns of the original (Omni, Cardioid, Figure-8) but also the six intermediate patterns.
Like the original, the P67 has a -10dB pad.
The P67 ships with a padded wooden storage case, power supply and cable, elastic shockmount, and a flight case.
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The mic was released in 2010.
|Frequency Response - CardioidClick Graph to Compare!|
|Pickup Patterns||Pads & Filters|
(18 mV/Pa; 20 - 20,000 Hz)
| Capsule diameter: 34mm
||200 Ohms (Low)||Max SPL: 148 dB
Self-noise: 14.0 dB(A)
|600g (21.16oz)||205mm (8.07'')||n/a||
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