Electro-Voice RE20 is truly an industry standard, a firm favorite for broadcasting, podcasting and sound engineering worldwide. Its popularity also extends into music production as a premium grade instrument microphone. Its Variable-D design and heavy-duty internal pop filter excel for close-in voice work, while an internal element shockmount reduces vibration-induced noise.
- The classic sound of FM radio voices
- Smooth, natural and controlled sonic character
- Variable-D for minimal proximity effect
- True cardioid with no coloration at 180° off-axis
- Voice-tailored frequency response
- Studio condenser-like performance
- Large diaphragm dynamic element
- Humbucking coil guards against line hum
- Mid-bass tone-shaping switch
The top choice for voice
Building on a long legacy of outstanding performance and reliability, Electro-Voice RE20 has earned its place at the top of the expanding broadcast industry. From the top-name radio station announcer's booth to the grass-roots podcast and recording studio, RE20 is the top choice for anyone who makes their living with their voice.
Why Variable-D matters
In addition to merely capturing sound, directional microphones have a byproduct called proximity effect, which causes your voice to become unnaturally bass-heavy when speaking close to the mic and to sound significantly thinner when you move farther away. Unlike other directional mics, RE20 minimizes those dramatic shifts, allowing you to move freely around the mic with the confidence that your vocal tone will remain even and true. On the rear side of the diaphragm there is a perforated pipe (interference duct) with precise sonic slots at set distances. The duct provides maximum damping that is completely uncolored and undistorted at 180° off-axis, ensuring the same frequency response as if the source was nearly on-axis. This characteristic is particularly beneficial when the performer moves around while addressing the microphone, which is why radio announcers and DJs have chosen RE20 for decades.
Great for guitar amps and kick drums, too
An added benefit of the Variable-D technology's low-frequency stabilization is the resulting personality of the low-frequency content. Variable-D microphones produce a tight low-end that is unmatched by any other microphone technology, and this is why RE20 is revered not only as the number-one announcer's mic, but also as the go-to mic for capturing kick drums, low-frequency instruments and guitar amplifiers.
|Included From Manufacturer
EV 81715 microphone stand clamp
|Product Unique Features
Variable-D for minimal proximity effect
Humbucking coil guards against line hum
Mid-bass tone-shaping switch
|45 Hz - 18,000 Hz
|Requires Phantom Power
Electro-Voice Limited Warranty
Bosch Building Technologies provides a warranty to the final customer under the conditions stated herein that the products are free of defects in material and workmanship. The warranty period for Electro-Voice products is as follows and from the invoice date:
- Three years for powered loudspeakers
- Five years for non-powered loudspeakers
- One year for loudspeaker accessories & hardware
- Two years for R300 wireless microphones
- Three years for RE3 wireless microphones
- Three years for all other products
The product warranty applies exclusively to Electro-Voice products of Bosch Building Technologies.