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The complete microphone portfolio for recording and live sound

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Studio Monitor Systems

Professional monitoring for nearfield and midfield applications

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Relaunch of the Neumann website

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Studio Monitors on Stage

3D Immersive Audio with Neumann Studio Monitors at the Chamäleon Theater, Berlin

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50 years U 87

Neumann celebrates the anniversary of the U 87 with a limited Rhodium Edition

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Product History

The Beginning

Company founded by Georg Neumann

The Beginning

CMV 3

First Condenser Microphone

CMV 3

The 'Neumann Bottle', the first ever mass produced condenser microphone. Diameter: 9 cm, height: 40 cm, weight: 3 kg. Telefunken, a subsidiary of AEG, took on the marketing rights to this Neumann microphone.

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AM 31

Recording Machine For Wax

AM 31

R 21

Portable Recording Machine

R 21

Level Recorder

Logarithmic Level Recorder

Level Recorder

MM 2

Measuring Microphone

MM 2

U 47

Switchable Condenser Microphone

U 47

The first switchable pattern condenser microphone. It has been used in countless famous recordings. Maybe the most popular Neumann microphone – A Legend.

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M 49

Remote Switchable Condenser Microphone

M 49

M 50

Condenser Microphone (omni)

M 50

KM 53

Miniature Microphone

KM 53

KM 54

Miniature Microphone

KM 54

MM 3

Measuring Microphone

MM 3

KM 56

Switchable Miniature Microphone

KM 56

SM 2

Stereo Microphone

SM 2

U 48

Switchable Condenser Microphone

U 48

MM 5

Measuring Microphone

MM 5

KM 253

Miniature Microphone (HF proof)

KM 253

KM 254

Miniature Microphon (HF proof)

KM 254

KM 256

Miniature Microphone (HF proof)

KM 256

U 67 (1960)

Switchable Condenser Microphone

U 67 (1960)

The U 67 and his successor U 87 are the ultimate microphone classics. No other microphone design can have been so often copied.

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SM 23 c

Stereo Microphone

SM 23 c

M 269 c

Switchable Condenser Microphone

M 269 c

AK 3

Mixing Console

AK 3

Neumann manufactured a great deal of mixing consoles for radio and film studios, television, theatres, concert halls and the recording industry.

KM 64

Miniature Microphone

KM 64

SM 69

Stereo Microphone

SM 69

U 64

Miniature Microphone

U 64

SRM 64

Long Neck Stage Microphone

SRM 64

KTM

Transistor Microphone for Modulation Lead Powering

KTM

KM 73

Miniature Microphone for Modulation Lead Powering

KM 73

KM 74

Miniature Microphone for Modulation Lead Powering

KM 74

KM 75

Miniature Microphone for Modulation Lead Powering

KM 75

KM 66

Switchable Miniature Microphone

KM 66

KM 83

Miniature Microphone for Phantom Powering

KM 83

KM 84

Miniature Microphone for Phantom Powering

KM 84

KML

Clip-on Microphone

KML

KM 85

Miniature Microphone for Phantom Powering

KM 85

KM 76

Switchable Miniature Microphone

KM 76

U 87

Switchable Studio Microphone

U 87

The U 67 and his successor U 87 are the ultimate microphone classics. No other microphone design can have been so often copied.

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KM 86

Switchable Miniature Microphone

KM 86

KMA (1968)

Clip-on Microphone

KMA (1968)

U 77

Switchable Studio Microphone (Mod. Lead Powering)

U 77

KM 88

Switchable Miniature Microphone

KM 88

SM 69 fet

Stereo Microphone (Transistor)

SM 69 fet

KMS 85

Handheld Microphone

KMS 85

SRM 84

Long Neck Stage Microphone

SRM 84

U 47 fet (1972)

Studio Microphone

U 47 fet (1972)

KU 80

Dummy Head

KU 80

QM 69

Quadrophonic Microphone

QM 69

U 497

Studio Microphone

U 497

KMS 84

Handheld Microphone

KMS 84

KMR 82 i

Shotgun Microphone

KMR 82 i

VMS 80

Disc Cutting Machine

VMS 80

USM 69 i

Stereo Microphone

USM 69 i

U 89 i

Studio Microphone

U 89 i

VMS 82

Disc Cutting Machine

VMS 82

Direct Metel Mastering (DMM) disk cutter with SX 82 disk writer and SAL82 writer drive logic

KMF 4 i

Miniature Microphone

KMF 4 i

KU 81

Dummy Head

KU 81

KMR 81 i

Shotgun Microphone

KMR 81 i

TLM 170

Transformerless, switchable Studio Microphone

TLM 170

With the TLM 170 Neumann brought the first transformerless microphone onto the market. The absence of transformers makes the sound more transparent and open.

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RSM 190 i

First Stereo Shotgun Microphone

RSM 190 i

KM 130

Miniature Microphone

KM 130

KM 131

Miniature Microphone

KM 131

KM 140

Miniature Microphone

KM 140

KM 143

Miniature Microphone

KM 143

KM 145

Miniature Microphone

KM 145

KM 150

Miniature Microphone

KM 150

RSM 191-S

Stereo Shotgun Microphone

RSM 191-S

GFM 132

Boundary Layer Microphone

GFM 132

TLM 50

Pressure Microphone

TLM 50

KMS 140

Handheld Micropohne

KMS 140

KMS 150

Handheld Microphone

KMS 150

KFM 100

Spherical-Surface Stereo Microphone

KFM 100

KU 100

Dummy Head

KU 100

N 7000

Modular Mixing Console

N 7000

Strategy 2002

Mixing Console

Strategy 2002

TLM 170 R

Studio Microphone

TLM 170 R

TLM 193

Studio Microphone

TLM 193

KM 184 (Series 180)

Miniature Microphone

KM 184 (Series 180)

RSM 191 A Set

Stereo Shotgun Microphone

RSM 191 A Set

M 149 Tube

Studio Tube Microphone

M 149 Tube

KM 120

Miniature Microphone

KM 120

TLM 103

Studio Microphone

TLM 103

M 147 Tube

Studio Tube Microphone

M 147 Tube

Technical Grammy

Technical Grammy 1999

Technical Grammy

KMS 105

Stage Microphone

KMS 105

KM 183 (Series 180)

Miniature Microphone

KM 183 (Series 180)

KM 185 (Series 180)

Miniature Microphone

KM 185 (Series 180)

M 150 Tube

Studio Tube Microphone

M 150 Tube

KK 105 S

Microphone Head (SKM 5200/5000 N)

KK 105 S

BCM 104

Broadcast Microphone

BCM 104

D-01

Digital Studio Microphone

D-01

TLM 127

Studio Microphone

TLM 127

KK 104 S

Microphone Head (SKM 5200/5000 N)

KK 104 S

BCM 705

Broadcast Microphone

BCM 705

KMS 104

Stage Microphone

KMS 104

TLM 49 Set

Studio Microphone

TLM 49 Set

System KM A/D

Modular Miniature Microphone System

System KM A/D

The System KM A/D is a modular microphone system for even the most demanding applications. Eight different small diaphragm capsules (KK 120 … KK 185) may be combined with either an analog output stage (KM A) or a digital AES 42 output stage (KM D).

U 87 Anniversary Set

Studio Microphone

U 87 Anniversary Set

TLM 103 D

Digital Studio Microphone

TLM 103 D

TLM 67

Studio Microphone

TLM 67

KMS 104 plus

Stage Microphone

KMS 104 plus

TLM 102

Studio Microphone

TLM 102

KH 120 A G

Two Way Nearfield Monitor

KH 120 A G

Starting with the KH 120 in 2010, Neumann offers his expertise in electro-acoustic transducer technologies to the studio monitoring market, and is now the perfect partner for both the front end and the back end of the audio signal path.

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KMR 81 D

Digital Shotgun Microphone

KMR 81 D

KMS 104 D

Digital Stage Microphone

KMS 104 D

KMS 105 D

Digital Stage Microphone

KMS 105 D

KH 810

Subwoofer with 7.1 Bass Management

KH 810

KH 870

Subwoofer with 7.1 Bass Management

KH 870

KK 204

Microphone Head (SKM 2000/6000/9000)

KK 204

KH 310 A

Three Way Nearfield Monitor

KH 310 A

TLM 107

Studio Microphone

TLM 107

KH 420

Three Way Midfield Monitor

KH 420

KH 120 D G

Two Way Nearfield Monitor

KH 120 D G

KH 310 D

Three Way Nearfield Monitor

KH 310 D

U 47 fet i

Studio Microphone

U 47 fet i

KH 805

Subwoofer with 2.0/0.1 Bass Management

KH 805

KH 80 DSP A G

Two Way Nearfield Monitor

KH 80 DSP A G

U 87 Rhodium Edition

Celebrating 50th Years of the Classic

U 87 Rhodium Edition

Neumann celebrates the anniversary of this studio legend with the U 87 Rhodium Edition – a spectacular creation that gives the U 87 an extra special look to celebrate its timeless achievement.

U 67 Set

Studio Tube Microphone

U 67 Set

The tube microphone that defined the sound of the 1960s. The original is back!

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