UT Twin87 microphone giveaway

RAD Distribution is running another amazing giveaway to gift 12 of their fans with a brand new UT Twin87. To enter in their latest UT Twin87 microphone giveaway grab your free entries by following few simple steps listed down below!

About UT Twin87

The Neumann U87 needs little introduction, having been a mainstay in studios since the late 1960s. Known for being a high‑quality, reliable studio workhorse, the mic was revised in 1984 as Neumann attempted to improve certain aspects of the design. Many engineers claim the newer ‘Ai’ version has a brighter, less pleasing tonal character than the older ‘vintage’ model. Despite the differences between the versions, both are excellent and very popular studio microphones, and with their Twin87, UST are claiming to offer the sound of both in the same microphone.

One of the key differences between the original U87 and and the newer U87 Ai relates to the capsule and how it was polarised. When the U87 was first introduced, Neumann had to modify the K67 capsule, originally developed for the classic U67 valve mic, to run on 48V phantom power. The new capsule was designated the K87. However, when Neumann decided to revise the U87 in the mid‑1980s, a DC‑to‑DC converter was added, and this allowed Neumann to revert to the original K67 capsule.


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STEP 1 – Follow the link to a giveaway widget -> UT Twin87 microphone giveaway

STEP 2 – Log in to a giveaway widget with your Facebook, Twitter or email account.

STEP 3 – Finish the tasks listed in the widget to grab your free entries.

Bonus entries:  No.

  • Not known how a winner is going to be contacted, probably by email and announced in a giveaway widget shortly after the giveaway ends.

GIVEAWAY END: March 31st, 2024



1 x UT Twin87 Twin-circuit large-diaphragm condenser microphone (approximate retail value 599 USD)

Good luck!
GiveawayBase Team