Earthworks SR314 Handheld Cardioid Vocal Condenser Microphone (Stainless Steel)

BH #EASR314 • MFR #SR314
Earthworks SR314 Handheld Cardioid Vocal Condenser Microphone (Stainless Steel)
Key Features
  • For Live Sound and Recording
  • Small-Diaphragm Condenser Capsule
  • Cardioid Polar Pattern
  • Mitigates Off-Axis Coloration
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Leave muddy vocal tone behind and get mix-friendly clarity with the Earthworks SR314, a handheld cardioid vocal condenser microphone that combines studio-quality sonic performance with the tour-ready durability of a precision-machined steel housing. Ideal for clubs, concert venues, houses of worship, music festivals, and live-in-the-studio sessions, the SR314 utilizes a cardioid polar pattern to deliver enhanced isolation, high feedback immunity, and no off-axis coloration out to the 90° points. Its small-diaphragm condenser capsule is paired with a Class-A amplifier circuit to yield a wide, flat-frequency response from 20 Hz to 30 kHz with low distortion and noise.
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$699.00
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36 equal monthly payments required, offer ends Jan 31, 2021.

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Earthworks SR314 Overview

Leave muddy vocal tone behind and get mix-friendly clarity with the Earthworks SR314, a handheld cardioid vocal condenser microphone that combines studio-quality sonic performance with the tour-ready durability of a precision-machined steel housing. Ideal for clubs, concert venues, houses of worship, music festivals, and live-in-the-studio sessions, the SR314 utilizes a cardioid polar pattern to deliver enhanced isolation, high feedback immunity, and no off-axis coloration out to the 90° points. Its small-diaphragm condenser capsule is paired with a Class-A amplifier circuit to yield a wide, flat-frequency response from 20 Hz to 30 kHz with low distortion and noise.

With a 3-pin XLR output and 24 to 48 VDC phantom powering, the SR314 is compatible with most mixer inputs, outboard mic preamps, and audio interfaces. It includes a mic clip and a storage bag for easy setup and transport. This particular model is styled in a stainless steel finish to better blend in with your particular aesthetic. 

Small-diaphragm cardioid condenser capsule coupled with a Class-A amplifier circuit
Extended flat-frequency response and a focus on time coherence (fast, clean impulse response)
Designed to eliminate layers of distortion and noise often induced by multiple acoustic and electronic components
Reduces the need for corrective EQ, heavy compression, de-essing, and vigilance against feedback
Yields clear vocal tone that sits comfortably in the mix
Tight cardioid polar pattern has a consistent frequency response out to 90°
Extreme attenuation of sound sources located beyond 90° (maximum rejection at 180°)
Dependable low-frequency response throughout a range of distances, ensuring detailed bass up close without sacrificing fullness at a distance
Allows high gain before feedback
High SPL handling up to 145 dB
Durable, stainless steel exoskeleton sculpted through precision machining
Includes mic clip and storage bag
UPC: 827517580517

Earthworks SR314 Specs

Microphone
Form FactorStand/Boom Mount
Sound FieldMono
Operating PrinciplePressure Gradient
CapsuleCondenser
Polar PatternCardioid
OrientationEnd Address
CircuitrySolid-State
PadNone
High-Pass FilterNone
Performance
Frequency Range20 Hz to 30 kHz
Maximum SPL145 dB SPL
Impedance65 Ohms
Load Impedance600 Ohms
Sensitivity10 mV/Pa
Signal-to-Noise Ratio79 dB A-Weighted
Equivalent Noise Level15 dB A-Weighted
Connectivity
Output Connectors (Analog)1 x XLR 3-Pin
Power
Operating Voltage24 to 48 V
Operating Current Consumption10 mA
Physical
ColorSilver
MountingMic Clip (Included)
Construction MaterialStainless Steel
Dimensionsø: 1.6 x L: 7.13" / ø: 40.64 x L: 181.1 mm
Weight1.5 lb / 0.68 kg
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