Large-diaphragm condenser capsules are commonplace in professional recording studios, but rarely are they found in portable equipment. Teenage Engineering's new CM-15 microphone is a sleek exception. It pairs a studio-quality 1-inch Peluso condenser with an ESS sabre analog-to-digital converter and OPA 140 JFET amplifier stage for outstanding detail and fidelity over USB-C. It also has 48v phantom-powered mini XLR and 3.5mm headphone ports, which can be used simultaneously for monitoring and setup flexibility. The included titling 1/4" and 3/8" adapter lets it work with standard mic stands and tripods.