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I see the writing on the wall for the Naked Eye Classic.
Are you going to make more? At what point do you decide to stop making the mics without Roswellite? Hasn't the demand tipped so far in its favor, that it's just a matter of time. Maybe the Roswellite should be the standard mic, instead of the option, and the other could be offered as a less expensive entry-level alternative.
The Naked Eye Roswellite outsells everything, and lately el Diablo has been selling very well for a mic in its price range. We are making some more classics, they will continue to be supported of course, but they are certainly being eclipsed. On another note, the DVD Paradenkma with the first ever use of Naked Eye is finally finished. This is the one where I made the Monocle mount for a session I was invited to play shakuhachi at, and I recall I was worried about getting the right mic placement.I guess everybody tends to be super critical about their own playing but I am fairly satisfied with it.
These days it is unusual for any company to be in backorder. Congratulation on your success in the market. N1IPP
I do not see a future for aluminum foil ribbon microphones. Why would someone pay for a 4038 that they know is going to break and require repair? It makes no sense.Tom Nunn
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