Sterling Audio Pro Audio
As mentioned, Sterling Audio incorporates advanced technologies that make their mics stand out from the competition. For one, their large capsules utilize an exclusive Disk Resonator system. Since large diaphragm mics have a 14 KHz frequency roll-off, this tends to make high-frequency sound sources lack a certain spark. Thanks to the Disk Resonator Technology, Sterling Audio has fixed this problem by boosting the diaphragm to shorter sound waves, and allowing it to respond more accurately. The result? A full frequency response, and a low signal-to-noise ratio. To hear the difference for yourself, turn your attention the ST59 Multi-pattern FET Condenser Mic. Ideal for both vocals and instruments, the FET Class-A electronics make for a smooth, warm sound, while the rugged brass body of this mic ensures every part and component is well protected.
Another unique characteristic about Sterling Audio microphones is their ultra-thin diaphragm membrane made of Mylar. Typically, most condenser mics are 6 to 12 microns in thickness. By teaming up with 3M, Sterling Audio has created a highly-resilient Mylar that measures only 3 microns, which makes for an even higher degree of sensitivity. The ST66 Large Diaphragm Tube Condenser Mic is a great example of this kind of audio wizardry. Perfect for acoustic instruments like pianos, drums and guitars, the ST66 boasts a warmth and clarity that attests only further to Sterling Audio's innovative brilliance.
As you can see, you've definitely come to the right spot when you're ready to take your studio recordings to a professional level. The two items above are only a taste of what awaits you in Sterling Audio's section of pro audio choices, and you really do owe it yourself to check out everything they offer.