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Vintage Teac Microphone

vintage teac microphone


Vintage Teac Microphone MC-105

A truly beautiful piece of vintage electronics, this polished brushed steel Teac MC-105 unidirectional microphone was discovered unused and complete in its original box! The vintage Teac microphone is conveniently equipped with a standard 1/4 inch plug and includes a heavy stand and base. Measuring 6.75 inches in length, the Teac MC-105 microphone works great, sounds great (especially for a small vintage microphone), and would make a interesting alternative vocal mic to that old Shure SM58 in your home recording studio or live gig! All original packaging materials were included with this Teac MC-105 mic, including instructions and a flyer explaining how to switch the mic's impedance. This item sold and was shipped to Denmark! The Teac MC-105 and other vintage Teac microphones pop up for sale on eBay often. Check below to see what's available right now... read more

Sony F-96 Microphone

Sony F-96 Microphone

The Sony F-96 microphone was a useful tool for many professional bootleggers taping rock concerts in the 1970s.

If you have heard live bootlegs from the Seventies, chances are you might have heard the Sony F-96 microphone in action.

What makes it so reliable is the dynamic omnidirectional design, ultra-heavy-duty rugged body, and its compact size. The Sony F-96 microphone also looks beautiful and has a good, heavy weight that makes you feel just like an important journalist or interrogator when it’s held in your hand! It has a very cool mod, retro style and a nice and clean off-white cream-color enamel finish with brushed aluminum accent. The Sony F-96 microphone measures 5.75 inches in length and is equipped with a 1/8 inch plug tip that can easily be converted to 1/4 inch jack with an adaptor (only a couple of dollars at any retail store that carries basic electronics). This beautiful, near-mint pair of vintage Sony F-96 microphones appeared to be unused with no scuffs or damage and included their original carrying cases and mic stands. They were tested, worked perfectly and actually sounded great, even good enough for live performances! We have sold this pair, but the Sony F-96 microphone can almost always be found on eBay. read more