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AKG C414

1st Version: AKG C414comb (left)
2nd Version: AKG C414EB (center)
3rd Version: AKG C414EB-P48 (right)

The C414comb and the C414EB contained the famous "CK12 brass capsule" which was originally developed for the C12 tube microphone.

The C414comb came with a swivel mount and fixed cable.
The C414EB was the first version to incorporate an XLR connector which started to establish as standard connector in the USA (the "E"-suffix in AKG´s model names is short for "Export").

The C414EB-P48 was the first regular model featuring a black chrome finish. Background: the ORF (Austrian Broadcast) custom-ordered regular C414EBs with black housing to be unobtrusive in television work.
The C414EB-P48 runs on 48V phantom power only. It contains the infamous Nylon CK12 capsule (often wrongly called "Teflon CK12").
This capsule replaced the cost intensive brass-CK12 already by the late 1970ies during the production run of the original C414EB (from a ser.nr. range of approx. 8000)

The housing design of the AKG C414 and the CK12 brass capsule are developments of AKG´s engineer Konrad Wolf.

More info:

AKG CK12 (ck12 brass capsule) general info
AKG CK12 (ck12 brass capsule) general info
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Patent AKG CK12 brass capsule
Patent AKG CK12 brass capsule
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AKG C414EB Condenser microphone
AKG C414EB Condenser microphone
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