AKG C 451 B condenser microphone Responding to growing demand, AKG decided to make the C 451 B with the same acoustic performance as the popular original C 451 EB + CK 1, with dramatically improved specifications. They also produced the EB … C $658.16 +C $19.65 shipping. The C-451 B retails at $549, or $1,250 for a matched stereo pair. The C-451 B’s high-frequency lift is pleasing for acoustic guitar recording — much better than winding on a lot of EQ. The AKG C-451 B reinforces my fond memories of using the venerable C-451 E with the same but improved sound, and without the old, impractical quirks. Using an extremely light diaphragm, the new C 451 … WOODEN CASE for AKG C 451B MICROPHONE ORIGINAL, AUTHENTIC!!! C $1,450.84. It was founded in 1947 by Dr. Rudolf Görike and Ernest Plass in Vienna, Austria.It is a part of Harman International Industries, a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics.. The C-451 was AKG's first FET microphone. There was an adaptor available that allowed you to use 461/452 capsules on the 460 body if you wanted. Get the best deals for akg 451 at eBay.com. Free shipping. The 460 replaced the 451/452. We have a great online selection at the lowest prices with Fast & Free shipping on many items! A few years later the E model was introduced and had an XLR output. AKG C 451 B Condenser Cable Professional Microphone. AKG Acoustics (originally Akustische und Kino-Geräte Gesellschaft m.b.H., English: Acoustic and Cinema Equipment) is an acoustics engineering and manufacturing company. It had a larger diameter and therefore used a wider diameter capsule. Make Offer - AKG C 451 B Condenser Cable Professional Microphone. The only difference is that the 451 works on a 9-52V phantom power and the 452 works on 48v only (less current draw on the 452). The 451 started in in the late 1960's as the C-451. The AKG C 451 EB is a modular condenser microphone system with phantom-powered solid state electronics and, most commonly, a CK1 cardioid capsule. ... Used AKG C451EB + CK2 Condenser Microphone 5334 With Case Rare. Those guys had a 12v power supply , the C indicating the DIN connector.