The microphone body of Earthworks SR314 is made of black stainless steel. I personally love this design very much, which makes SR314 look very simple, cold and comfortable to the touch, and also has some fuzzy reflection. I believe it will be more beautiful against the brilliant lighting of the stage.
The Earworks SR314SB cardioid condenser micrpophone utilizes a cardioid polar pattern to deliver enhanced isolation, high feedback immunity, and no off-axis coloration out to the 90° points. Its small-diaphragm condenser capsule is paired with a Class-A amplifier circuit to yield a wide, flat-frequency response from 20 Hz to 30 kHz with low distortion and noise.
Earthworks SR314 Features
Small-diaphragm cardioid condenser capsule coupled with a Class-A amplifier circuit
Extended flat-frequency response and a focus on time coherence (fast, clean impulse response)
Designed to eliminate layers of distortion and noise often induced by multiple acoustic and electronic components
Reduces the need for corrective EQ, heavy compression, de-essing, and vigilance against feedback
Yields clear vocal tone that sits comfortably in the mix
Tight cardioid polar pattern has a consistent frequency response out to 90°
Extreme attenuation of sound sources located beyond 90° (maximum rejection at 180°)
Dependable low-frequency response throughout a range of distances, ensuring detailed bass up close without sacrificing fullness at a distance
Allows high gain before feedback
High SPL handling up to 145 dB
Durable, stainless steel exoskeleton sculpted through precision machining
Earthworks SR314 Spec
Microphone Type: Condenser
Polar Pattern: Cardioid
Frequency Response: 20Hz-30kHz
Max SPL: 145 dB SPL
Output Impedance: 65 ohms
Signal to Noise Ratio: 79dB (A weighted)
Self Noise: 15dB (A weighted)
Dimensions: 7.13 x 1.6″
Weight: 1.5 lbs.
The Earworks SR314 handheld microphone includes a mic clip and a storage bag for easy setup and transport.