Incredible audio quality and outstanding value combine in this must-have condenser microphone
If you’re looking for accuracy, consistency and class-beating results combined with ultimate affordability, the STC-10 is the microphone for you.
This small-diaphragm ‘pencil’ condenser is designed and crafted with the same care and attention to detail as all our other Sontronics mics, but STC-10 has been purposely created to give an extremely affordable entry point to our range but with no sacrifice in sound or build quality.
Ideal for any spot-miking application, the STC-10 works beautifully on solo wind, string and strummed instruments and percussion, both live and in the studio. When used in pairs, they give amazing results on piano, drumkit, acoustic guitar and ensemble too.
The two-stage high-pass filter and attenuation controls add to the STC-10’s incredible versatility and value for money.
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"STC-10 is a great choice for live recordings and sound reinforcement… at this price you can afford to buy several to use all over the stage or around the studio"
Jan-Friedrich Konrad, Producer/Reviewer
Flexibility, versatility, professional results and superb affordability… what more could you ask for?
Like all Sontronics condenser mics, the supremely affordable STC-10 features our signature smooth roll-off in the high frequencies.
Its silky smooth response results in recordings that sit beautifully in the mix, without the need to resort to using EQ or software plug-ins.
Whether you’re using STC-10 to capture solo instruments, to experiment with stereo recording techniques or for foley work, field recording or video production, you’ll find it more than exceeds your expectations!
Despite its incredible value, the STC-10 is a hugely versatile mic that can be used for myriad applications, from solo instruments to sound effects, from stereo overhead miking to outdoor field recording and video work.
"It's incredible how much quality this little mic oozes, especially when it outperforms pencil mics that cost three, four or five times the price!"
Mason Charles, Producer/Engineer
30Hz to 20kHz
Phantom power 48V (±4V) required
150 x 21 x 21mm
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