sE unveiled the new gear at this year's AES Convention.

New York, NY (October 23, 2018)—At the AES Convention in New York City, sE Electronics introduced two new products—the DM1 Dynamite, an inline preamp for dynamic or passive ribbon microphones, and the sE7, a small-diaphragm condenser microphone.

The DM1 Dynamite is an active inline preamp intended to be inserted between a dynamic or passive ribbon microphone and a microphone preamplifier. The DM1 reportedly provides +28 dB of discrete class-A gain, sporting specially-selected high-grade components and a dedicated output buffer amplifier. sE sees it as useful for boosting the signal from a passive mic for studio, podcasting, or on-stage use while also reducing the microphone’s output impedance to minimize interference and so forth.

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The sE7 is a back-electret, small-diaphragm condenser microphone intended for use capturing acoustic instruments. The mic has discrete class-A circuitry, attenuation and low-cut switches and a transformer-less output. An sE7 Matched Stereo Pair is also available, with microphones individually matched at the factory to provide the best possible stereo imaging.

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The sE7 includes a mic clip, thread adapter and wind screen, while the sE7 Stereo Pair includes two of each.

Both products are currently available; the DM1 has an MSRP of $129 USD, while the sE7 runs $129 and the sE7 Stereo Pair are likewise $259.

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