About Electro Voices
Lips nearly touching the microphone, the announcer shouts in excitement as the team scores, winning the championship. Originally designed for use in broadcasting, Electro-Voice audio products used by broadcasters, vocalists, pastors, and large venues include microphones, amplifiers, and speakers. Founded in 1930, owners Lou Burroughs and Al Kahn set out to revolutionize the audio industry with high-quality microphones. By the late 1940s, Electro-Voice expanded into phonograph pickup cartridges, and in the 1950s, the company produced automatic TV boosters and loudspeakers. Always an innovator, the Academy Awards honored Electro-Voice for the 642 Cardiline shotgun microphone in 1963. From an Electro-Voice microphone to amplifiers, professional announcers and musicians depend on the high-quality equipment for the best sound in the business. If you are looking for vintage, used, or new equipment, from a vintage Electro-Voice speaker set to new sound systems, the reliable sellers on eBay provide an array of listings. The convenient shipping options speed the audio equipment to your door, ready for installation in a home studio or an auditorium.