Tuesday, August 28, 2007
Crowley and Tripp Custom Shop - Shure 333 Ribbon with Red Screen and Black Body
Something about the Shure 333 when done up in nice semigloss black powder coat and with a candy apple red screen is very appealing.This one is a gift to a collaborator, and it has the original Shure transformer, but a different experimental ribbon in it. Since this is a hypercardioid mic, the ribbon is backed by an acoustic cushion to suppress the back lobe. Unlike the RCA 77D and DX, there is no acoustic labyrinth, only a pair of side ports to essentially redirect the back lobe out to the sides.
Posted by Bob Crowley at 11:21 AM