HUM Audio Devices RS-2 is extraordinary, complete recording system with sound and features never before found in any of the top class ribbon mics. Huge, larger than life sound with a lot of depth and details, at the same time preserves classic ribbon sound flavour so much beloved by musicians and engineers.
RS-2 is world’s first remote controlled, Stereo/M-S ribbon microphone system with built-in High-End discrete class A mic preamps.
RS-2 is complete recording system with sound and features never before found in any of the top class ribbon mics. Custom tailored 1.8 micron aluminium ribbon motors are paired together with audiophile quality handcrafted audio circuits and high precision CNC-machined mechanics.
RS-2 excels on many sound sources, covering wide range of studio recording applications, including string section recordings, piano, guitars, woodwinds, ambience, drum overheads and vocals. It gives you huge, larger than life sound with a lot of details – like in good condenser mics, but at the same time you have that classic lovely ribbon sound flavour, so much beloved by musicians and sound engineers. Tracks recorded with RS-2 also blend very well with other elements in the mix. That’s a distinctive feature of all best mics on the market.
Active and Passive
HIGH-END MIC PREAMPS
High End, discrete class-A mic preamps built into mic body
Custom made 1,8 micron aluminium foil ribbon motors
It gives access to all functions via single XLR cable
Switchable Low Cut Filter (50Hz, 80Hz and 120Hz)
Air Boost mode gives you very smooth Pultec style HF boost
Phase Invert mode for both mic channels simultaneously
Very useful DIM option protects speakers during mic positioning
Rotatable mic head for fast change between L/R to M/S position
& HUGE HEADROOM
High gain and huge headroom – no worry about high source SPL
Dual anti-vibration system (external and internal)
Custom made signal and power cables
Lundahl mic and line output transformers
Audiophile quality selected components
NO ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS
No electrolytic capacitors in signal path