With revised circuitry, both now sport the new Phædrus Audio grey livery.
Phaedrus Audio are joining Pspatial Audio to collaborate in international marketing and sales of the Stereo Lab software family.
Originally a stereo-enhancement program, Stereo Lab has developed over several years and, now with the addition of equalisation and noise-reduction for all shellac-era records, Ambisonic decoding, 5.1 up-conversion and full implemention of loudness measurement and adjustment to ITU BS.1770-3, the software has value to mastering, broadcast and recording sound engineers as well as sound-archivists working with media which might range from phonograph cylinders, to analogue-cassette tape, to high-resolution digital files.
Telefunken EF14/ EF12 tubes have long been favourites for substitution for the VF14 device in mod's, clones and copies of the famous U47/U48 microphones.
Sadly, even these devices are now becoming scarce; at least, those with sufficient performance for use in a microphone.
The Phædrus Audio EF14M is designed as a drop-in replacement.
The Phædrus Audio SHUpHLER has applications in 3D sound for entertainment and VR as it may be used to transform binaural recordings into immersive sound fields delivered by standard stereo speakers.
Blumlein's original microphone technique involving spaced omni microphones is often called, the greatest forgotten invention in audio engineering. His ideas were brought up to date in a proposed microphone technique named TIHM (for Time Intensity Hybrid Microphone).
Go to our listening room for a couple of demos of what's possible.
Phædrus Audio have introduced a truly thermionic replacement for the VF14 tube.
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