$ 314.10 

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This vintage Electro-Voice RE15 dynamic microphone, branded Altec D645, looks good and works perfectly
no case, clip, cable or manual
XLR connector
From the original manufacturer's description:
The Electro-Voice RE15 is a dynamic cardioid mic created espe­cially for the most exacting professional applications. Emphasiz­ing a major technological break­through, the RE15 features a degree of directional control so effective that frequency response is virtually independent of angular location of sound source. The result is a microphone that generates no off axis coloration, yet provides greatest possible rejection of unwanted sounds. A super cardioid, the RE15 provides its greatest rejection at 150° off axis. (Typical cardioids provide greatest rejection at 180°.) This as­sures greatest rejection in the horizontal plane when the micro­phone is tilted in its most natural position—30° from hori­zontal (as on boom or floor stand). An easily operated “bass-tilt” switch corrects spectrum balance for boom use and other longer reach situations.
Using the mechanical nesting concept of design—by means of which the internal transducer parts are nested one within another—the RE15 transducer is a nearly solid mechanical struc­ture that is highly resistant to damage from mechanical shock. The exclusive non-metallic Electro-Voice Acoustalloy® dia­phragm is virtually unaffected by extremes of atmospheric con­ditions. A carefully designed steel outer case provides excel­lent magnetic shielding, and additional mechanical protection. Finish is nonreflecting matte satin nickel.

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