Schoeps

 

Schoeps Microphones were founded in 1948 by Dr.-Ing. Karl Schoeps and his first co-worker Dr.-Ing. Wilhelm Küsters in Karlsruhe, Germany. They designed their first Condenser Mic the CMV 50/2 featuring two of the famous RV 12 P2000 vacuum tubes.

 

1951 saw the release of the CM 51/3 with the very distinctive capsule

Schoeps Microphones were founded in 1948 by Dr.-Ing. Karl Schoeps and his first co-worker Dr.-Ing. Wilhelm Küsters in Karlsruhe, Germany. They designed their first Condenser Mic the CMV 50/2 featuring two of the famous RV 12 P2000 vacuum tubes.

 

1951 saw the release of the CM 51/3 with the very distinctive capsule design and appearance, which is extremely similar in look to their current V4 Vocal mic.

 

In 1964 Schoeps produced the world first transistorized phantom powered condensor microphone the CMT 20 and in 1965 the CMT 3- / 4- and -5 Series were released whilst the 1970's saw the Colette Series released, which is still manufactured today, leading the way for the CCM (classic condenser microphone) Compact Microphone series which is also very popular.

 

The Colette series consists of a mic capsule and an amplifier (mic-body) - and there are 20 types of capsules and 6 amplifiers available allowing a multitude of options.

 

Whether you require omni, wide cardioid, open cardioid, super cardioid, figure-8 or boundary-layer there is certainly a Schoeps capsule and microphone for your needs. Used in the highest quality recording facilities worldwide, Schoeps microphones are at home recording speech, vocals, acoustic guitar, orchestra, solo string instruments, piano, percussion anything you can think of really!

 

We always have Schoeps capsules and amplifiers available for evaluation at KMR Audio.

 

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