Electro-Voice RE27N/D

Large-diaphragm Dynamic Mic
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A Broadcast and Studio Standard!

Like its gray sibling, the RE27N/D is a large diaphragm dynamic mic that excels at many studio and broadcast tasks. Voiceovers are the RE27N/D's bread and butter, letting the human voice come through with the perfect blend of warmth and intelligibility. But the RE27N/D doesn't stop there! Bass cabinets, kick drums, guitar cabinets, singers, percussion.... the RE27N/D can do it all. So with a design that's so similar to the legendary RE20, what makes the RE27 different (aside from the slick metallic finish)? The RE27N/D has slightly more output thanks to the neodymium magnet and the output sound is a bit brighter. Any way you slice it, the RE27N/D is an awesome mic!

Electro-voice RE27N/D Dynamic Mic Features:
  • Designed for Broadcast, House of Worship, Performance & Sports Venues, Pro Music, Stadium Systems, Studio, and other applications.
  • Variable-D for minimal proximity effect
  • Neodymium element design brings 6dB more sensitivity
  • Ultra-flat frequency response
  • Studio condenser-like performance
  • Three selectable filters: -6dB from 250-100Hz, -12dB from 1000-100Hz and -3dB high frequency roll-off
  • Integral wind and blast filters
  • Studio condenser performance from selfgenerating transducer
  • Consummate announce microphone
  • Ideal for sampling
  • Switch-selected EQ
  • Effective internal shock, pop and wind
  • protection
  • Exceptional sensitivity assures high signal-to-noise

Additional Media

Studio Microphone Buying Guide

Tech Specs

Microphone Type Dynamic
Polar Pattern Cardioid
Frequency Response 45Hz-20kHz
Output Impedance 150 ohms
Low Cut Filter Yes
Color Silver
Connector XLR
Weight 1.6 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number F.01U.117.390

Customer Reviews

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RE-27 N/D excellent, if you understand them

I've used these for years, and as long as you take the time to match them to the use, they are truly beautiful sounding mics. Every recording needs multiple tools, and this is a tool choice I would not like to be without.
Music background: Professional engineer; amateur drummer

I've Had 2 Of These

I've had a chrome and a matte finish version of the RE27N/D. It was a real struggle to tame them and get them to sound the way I wanted with the switches and the EQ. I just simply don't like the RE27 but really wanted to when i first heard about them.. I would much rather use the RE20 as it is a much more natural sounding mic and requires much less effort to get natural clear sound I want with no horrible aftertaste I have to locate and rip out. I for now have just been blaming the neodymium magnets in the RE27 and RE320. If you want the best of the RE series trust me and stick to the RE20. Look on the bright side the RE20 is cheaper and more popular anyway, Don't do what I did and try to get this because of it's fancy stronger magnet and cooler look. I'd use this on a gimped camera with hardly any gain output possibly if i had to possibly... maybe. I wouldn't be too happy about it.
See also: Dynamic Mics, Electro-Voice, Electro-Voice Dynamic Microphones