These pink Lauten Audio Eden microphones raise funds for cancer research and care
Proceeds from the sale will be directed to four cancer organisations.
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Lauten Audio has released a limited-edition version of its Eden LT-386 microphone with the intent of raising money for cancer research and care.
Five of the pink-finished tube condenser microphones will be available for purchase through Reverb.com.
100 per cent of the proceeds from the sale will be donated to four organisations, which are: ARMC Foundation’s Pink Ribbon Fund, the Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and the Sarcoma Alliance.
The Eden LT-386 is described by Lauten Audio as “the pinnacle” of its microphone designs, featuring a hand-tuned 38mm dual diaphragm, three polar patterns and three separate signal paths that can be flipped between with a switch.
Each of the different signal paths offer distinctly different sounds. The Gentle option is said to offer a warm vintage feel, while Neutral provides a smooth sound and Forward brings bold, modern response with less harshness.
Each unit also comes with its own flight case, a suspension mount, a power supply, five-pin cable and IEC cable. The limited-edition microphones are priced at $3,599.99 each and at press time, one of the five has already sold.
Check out the Eden LT-386 in action below:
You can learn more about Lauten Audio’s Eden LT-386 at lautenaudio.com