Geistnote's GN-C36: This transformer is a Chinese import much like the Shinhom T25.
On a budget? This is the transformer for you. It sounds ALMOST as good as the Edcor and is based on Shinhom's T25. You are getting a good transformer for a very low price.
Designing your own microphone? Make it sound great with this first. If you can do that, a high-end transformer will only make your microphone sound better. (Make sure the turns ratio is similar!)
Learning to Mod Ribbon Microphones? The GN-C36 is the Perfect transformer to practice with. If you hose the transformer, it won't be that big of a monetary loss.
- 21 mm (tall) x 22 mm (wide) x 26 mm (long)
- Cooper shielding
- 80% Nickel cores.
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Good middle-of-the-road transformers for ribbon microphones. Excellent value for the money spent.
I’ve used this transformer to replace faulty transformers in multiple old ribbon mic’s. These sound great! Cool for old Shures, Oktava’s, etc!