Formed in the year 2000, sE Electronics Microphones have been used on countless recordings from world-renowned artists and home recording enthusiasts alike.
Whether you're recording Vocals, Acoustic Guitars, Guitar Cabinets, Woodwinds or Piano, SE Electronics probably have the perfect mic to fit the bill.
The SE2200 and X1 A have cemented themselves as 'industry standard' go-to microphones that won't break the bank. Sensitive, detailed capsules give these mics all the clarity you need for professional vocal recordings on a budget.
The X1 even comes in a handy Microphone Pack 'S' version, which includes a shock mount and pop filter, or as part of a full Studio Bundle. The perfect all-in-one studio solution, ready to plug and play into your Audio Interface of choice.
SE also produce a range of Dynamic Mics ideal for stage performance, guitar cabs and drum mics. The V7 is a versatile Supercardioid mic ideal for almost any application.
Founded in the turn of the Millenium by Siwei Zou, sE Electronics has repidly grown into an internationally-respected studio brand.
Courtesy of a rigorous testing process and strict attention to detail gives these studio condenser microphones the reliability to last a lifetime. The condenser capsules and ribbons are designed in-house, and constructed & tuned by hand by the highly skilled technicians at SE.
Over the years, some of the most influential and experienced sound engineers have relied upon SE Mics to deliver the best results. More recently, Spotify Studios in New York City employed an assortment of mics from sE Electronics, including the entire sE / Rupert Neve Signature Series.
The trust placed in the SE Brand from these industry experts often trickles down into the microphones used at School, College and University campuses. SE Electronics is no different, and we often supply SE Electronics Microphones to educational establishments and music departments around the UK.
SE Electronics also developed the Reflexion Filter Pro to eliminate room reflections when recording vocals in untreated rooms. The revolutionary technology has enabled musicians to record in their own space whilst maintaining high-quality recordings.
Many have tried - and failed - to copy the design of the original SE Reflexion Filter but it remains the go-to for efficient sound absorption in the studio.