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Roswell Ships Delphos II Condenser Mic

First introduced at this year’s NAMM Show, the new microphone is now available.

Sebastopol, CA (April 17, 2019)—Roswell Pro Audio has shipped its new Delphos II all-purpose studio condenser microphone.

According to Roswell, the Delphos II aims to provide an un-hyped natural frequency response, high sensitivity and low self-noise, while including a figure-8 polar pattern and updated electronics designed to reduce ultrasonic noise. The updated microphone features a new, larger body than the original Delphos, adorned in custom metallic blue paint.

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The Delphos II uses a transformerless circuit; two switches provide a choice of Cardioid, Omni and Figure 8 polar patterns, as well as a 10 dB pad. The mic reportedly has a frequency range of 20 Hz to 16 kHz. Its sensitivity is 40mV/Pa, with a self-noise level rated at 12 dBA.

The microphone’s circuit is built by hand in the US, using low-noise NOS transistors and audiophile capacitors. Each Delphos II is assembled in California, burned in, and tested after manufacturing. The Delphos II ships in a custom, heavy-duty flight case with a proprietary Roswell Cutaway shock mount.

The Delphos II runs $999 MSRP.

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