This is a DIY mid-side condenser microphone with a built-in stereo decoding matrix and preamp. The microphone and preamp are powered by two 9v batteries, and the whole unit can be built on a Radioshack circuit board and housed in a modified Altoids tin. Awesome project for DIY field recording!
- Uses two Panasonic WM-55A103 electret microphone capsules
- Switchable stereo or mid-side outputs
- Full microphone preamp with gain adjustment
- Adjustable stereo width
- Provides line-level output
Price: No products available. Inexpensive bill of materials.
- Dave Latchaw’s website.