Royer Labs has a paid apprenticeship opportunity for a motivated, responsible individual interested in learning the art of building world-class ribbon microphones. The program requires a commitment of up to one year. Part-time or full-time employment may be offered to … Read More
Visit us at the NAMM Show 2018 at ACC NORTH BUILDING, Booth number 16017, Anaheim Convention Center, January 25-28, 2018.
In our never ending quest to provide the best possible products and accessories to our customers, Royer Labs has completely reimagined the ubiquitous shock mount. With the introduction of the patented Sling-Shock, Royer Labs eliminated traditional forms of shock mount … Read More
Due to environmental conditions and natural properties, all elastic bands eventually require replacement. Replacing the bands on the shock mount provided with the R-101 is an easy process using the bands and o-rings provided in this replacement kit. Contact the … Read More
Royer Labs is phasing out the use of lead based solders previously used in the manufacture of all models of its microphones. The decision was made to address the health related concerns that result from the use of lead. All … Read More
Effective 1/1/2010 SF-24V pin-out Pin 1 Common – Lower element Pin 2 output – upper element Pin 3 output – lower element Pin 4 B+ (high voltage) Pin 5 Heater supply – upper element Pin 6 Common – Upper element … Read More
The optical black finish on the SF-24 microphone is actually a sophisticated surface treatment designed to be non-reflective. The purpose of the optical black finish and its properties are to make the microphone appear less conspicuous, especially when used with … Read More
Recently we have become aware of PS-101 copycat pop screens being distributed in the United States. They are being made in China and they are dead ringers for Royer Labs’ PS-101, which is manufactured for Royer Labs by Stedman Corporation. … Read More