But although it looks like a version of the tube Bottle the two are very different. It is not a tube mic. Instead, it employs solid-state, Class A discrete circuitry with a transformerless output. In addition, the Blue Baby Bottle microphone has a fixed cardiod pattern pickup pattern and its sensitivity is much greater than the tube Bottle.
Last time I checked, the Baby Bottle microphone was being sold at about $569.99 at one leading online store. Tremendous value for money, I'd say. When you need an extremely versatile and beautifully made microphone that's built to last give this mic a try. And to add to that, it sounds just as good as large-diaphragm microphones that cost a lot more.
The Blue Baby Bottle Microphone is a handcrafted solid-state, class A, discrete condenser mic with a precision-machined, gold-sputtered capsule enclosed in a lollipop spherical grille. Fixed cardioid pattern. The Baby bottle Mic is ideal for recording vocals, percussion, or any acoustical instruments. 20Hz-20kHz. 133dB max SPL.
Requires phantom power.