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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

The AM 31 was the successor to Neumann’s first disk cutting lathe AM 29, which was still belt driven. The AM 31’s innovative oil-damped direct drive ensured an extremely even rotation.

R 21

Portable Recording Machine

R 21

The R 21 was a portable disk recorder for electronic news gathering. While stationary disk cutting lathes engraved the signal in heavy wax disks, the R 21 used gelatine foil as its recording medium.

Level Recorder

Logarithmic Level Recorder

Level Recorder

Early on, Neumann also developed measuring equipment such as this Level Recorder, which was able to draw frequency response curves on wax paper.

MM 2

Measuring Microphone

MM 2

Neumann’s first measurement microphone. Its tube amplifier was based on the U 47’s, but instead of a large diaphragm capsule it used a tiny high-precision condenser capsule on a long neck to avoid reflections from the microphone body.

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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

The M 49 was the first studio microphone with a continuously variable directional pattern. It used the same large diaphragm capsule as the U 47 and ranks among the most sought-after tube microphones of all time.

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M 50

Condenser Microphone (omni)

M 50

The M 50 was instrumental in developing the Decca tree recording technique. The open mesh headbasket houses a small diaphragm capsule flush mounted in a small sphere. Its unique acoustic properties are ideally suited to orchestral recordings.

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KM 53

Miniature Microphone

KM 53

Neumann’s first small diaphragm studio microphone. The KM 53 was a pressure transducer with an ultra-thin metal diaphragm. Like all microphones of its time, it operated with tube electronics.

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KM 54

Miniature Microphone

KM 54

The KM 54 was the cardioid counterpart to the omnidirectional small diaphragm microphone KM 53, introduced the previous year. The KM 54 featured an ultra-thin metal diaphragm and tube electronics.

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MM 3

Measuring Microphone

MM 3

The MM 3 was a high-precision measurement microphone, much like its predecessor, the MM 2, but with updated tube electronics.

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KM 56

Switchable Miniature Microphone

KM 56

Neumann’s first small diaphragm microphone with selectable directional patterns (omni, cardioid, figure-8). Due to its complexity on a small footprint the KM 56 ranked among the most expensive microphones of its era.

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SM 2

Stereo Microphone

SM 2

Neumann’s first stereo microphone. With its two independently switchable small diaphragm systems (omni, cardioid, figure-8) the SM 2 allowed for all kinds of coincidental stereo recording techniques.

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U 48

Switchable Condenser Microphone

U 48

The U 48 was a special variant of Neumann’s flagship studio microphone, the U 47. Instead of cardiod and omni patterns the U 48 offered cardioid and figure-8.

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MM 5

Measuring Microphone

MM 5

The MM 5 was an update on Neumann’s previous measurement microphones MM 2 and MM 3 with lower noise electronics, but still tube-based. The MM 5 was to remain the last measurement microphone produced by Neumann.

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KM 253

Miniature Microphone (HF proof)

KM 253

A special version of the omnidirectional small diaphragm microphone KM 53 for the broadcast industry. For increased RF-immunity the KM 253 was fitted with a new, larger plug.

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KM 254

Miniature Microphon (HF proof)

KM 254

A special version of the cardioid small diaphragm microphone KM 54 for the broadcast industry. For increased RF-immunity the KM 254 was fitted with a different plug.

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KM 256

Miniature Microphone (HF proof)

KM 256

A special version of Neumann’s flagship small diaphragm microphone KM 56 with switchable patterns (omni, cardioid, figure-8). As requested by the broadcast industry, the KM 256 was fitted with a different plug for increased RF-immunity.

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U 67 (1960)

Switchable Condenser Microphone

U 67 (1960)

The U 67 tube microphone was the quintessential studio workhorse throughout the formative years of modern music. Today, more than ever, its inimitably smooth sound continues to be in high demand.

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SM 23 c

Stereo Microphone

SM 23 c

An updated version of Neumann’s stereo microphone SM 2. Like its predecessor the SM 23 has two small diaphragm systems with selectable polar patterns. The upper system may be rotated to allow for XY, MS, and Blumlein stereo techniques.

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M 269 c

Switchable Condenser Microphone

M 269 c

The M 269 c was a special version of the U 67 for the German broadcast industry, which insisted on the use of the AC 701 tube (instead of the EF 86 used in the U 67).

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AK 3

Mixing Console

AK 3

Between 1963 and 1993 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

The KM 64 was the successor to Neumann’s KM 54 small diaphragm cardioid microphone. It still used an AC 701 tube circuit, but its capsule was a new design with a Mylar diaphragm.

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SM 69

Stereo Microphone

SM 69

Neumann’s first large diaphragm stereo microphone SM 69 was still tube based. Polar patterns were selectable for each capsule individually via the power supply.

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U 64

Miniature Microphone

U 64

The U 64 was a variant of the KM 64 small diaphragm microphone. Instead of the Telefunken AC 701, which was not as easily available in non-European countries, the U 64 used a tiny nuvistor tube.

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SRM 64

Long Neck Stage Microphone

SRM 64

A long neck stage microphone for speeches and presentations. The SRM 64 consisted of a cardioid condenser capsule and a tube amplifier, hidden in the lower part of the stand tube.

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KTM

Transistor Microphone for Modulation Lead Powering

KTM

Neumann’s first solid state microphone. The KTM was a small diaphragm microphone using the same capsule as the KM 64. The KTM was soon replaced with the KM 74, which was almost identical except for a smaller body diameter.

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KM 73

Miniature Microphone for Modulation Lead Powering

KM 73

The KM 73 was an omnidirectional small diaphragm microphone with solid state electronics. It was powered via T-power, P48 phantom power had not yet been invented.

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KM 74

Miniature Microphone for Modulation Lead Powering

KM 74

The KM 74 the successor to the KTM, Neumann’s first transistorized microphone. It used the same cardioid capsule as the KM 64 and KM84, but the grounding scheme of its T-powered circuit necessitated a different capsule head design.

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KM 75

Miniature Microphone for Modulation Lead Powering

KM 75

The KM 75 was a cardioid microphone for short distances, e.g. in speech applications. Its capsule had a built-in low cut to compensate for the proximity effect. Like all KM 70 microphones, the KM 75 was T-powered.

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KM 66

Switchable Miniature Microphone

KM 66

The KM 66 was a small diaphragm microphone with switchable patterns similar to the KM 56 but with two cardioid capsules with mylar diaphragms. The KM 66 was to remain Neumann’s last tube microphone design for almost 30 years.

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KM 83

Miniature Microphone for Phantom Powering

KM 83

The KM 83 was the omnidirectional model of the KM 80 series, which introduced a technology, which, due to its many advantages, soon became the new standard: P48 phantom power.

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KM 84

Miniature Microphone for Phantom Powering

KM 84

The small diaphragm cardioid microphone KM 84 was built until 1992 and remains one of the most popular Neumann classics. Its even frequency response and consistent pickup pattern make it a sought-after microphone for all genres.

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KM 85

Miniature Microphone for Phantom Powering

KM 85

The KM 85 was a cardioid microphone like the KM 84 but with a low cut built into the capsule to compensate for the proximity effect. The KM 85 was thus optimized for short distances as are typical in speech applications.

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KML

Clip-on Microphone

KML

Neumann’s first Lavalier microphone. Its solid state amplifier could be battery powered and used with wireless transmitters of the day, such as the Sennheiser SK 1007.

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KM 76

Switchable Miniature Microphone

KM 76

The KM 76 was the solid state successor to the KM 66 small diaphragm tube microphone. The KM 76 offered switchable patterns (omni, cardioid, figure-8) and operated T-powered.

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U 87 i

Switchable Studio Microphone

U 87 i

The Neumann U 87 is probably the best-known and most frequently used studio microphone the world over. Its smooth and refined sound is as iconic as its elegant exterior design. The U 87 is the standard microphone for speech and vocals.

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KM 86

Switchable Miniature Microphone

KM 86

Like the KM 76, the KM 86 was a transistorized successor to the KM 66 small diaphragm tube microphone. The KM 86, however, was developed for P48 phantom power, introduced a few years earlier by Neumann – and soon the world standard.

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KMA (1968)

Clip-on Microphone

KMA (1968)

The KMA (not to be confused with today’s KM A modular microphone system!) was an improved Lavalier microphone with an omnidirectional capsule and a detached amplifier. It ran on batteries or phantom power.

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U 77

Switchable Studio Microphone (Mod. Lead Powering)

U 77

Like the U 87, the U 77 was a solid state successor to Neumann’s classic tube microphone U 67. But instead of phantom power – which was not yet a studio standard – the U 77 operated on T-power.

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KM 88

Switchable Miniature Microphone

KM 88

The KM 88 was a multipattern small diaphragm microphone (omni, cardioid, figure-8) with FET electronics, similar to the KM 86. However, it used the same nickel capsules previously found in the KM 56 tube microphone.

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SM 69 fet

Stereo Microphone (Transistor)

SM 69 fet

With the beginning of the new decade, Neumann’s large diaphragm stereo microphone SM 69, too, was converted to solid state electronics. Nonetheless it still required a dedicated power supply due to its remote pattern control.

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KMS 85

Handheld Microphone

KMS 85

Neumann’s first handheld vocal microphone had an unusual shape, but it proved that clever engineering could render condenser microphones stage-ready.

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SRM 84

Long Neck Stage Microphone

SRM 84

The successor to the SRM 64 long neck stage microphone. Instead of a tube amplifier the SRM 84 had a solid state circuit hidden in the lower part of the stand tube.

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U 47 fet (1972)

Studio Microphone

U 47 fet (1972)

By the early 70s Neumann’s tube microphone U 47 was legendary among seasoned engineers, and many wished for a direct solid state successor. The U 47 fet never quite filled those giant footprints, but was eventually (re)discovered as a classic in its own right.

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KU 80

Dummy Head

KU 80

In the early 70s people began to think beyond stereo. Neumann’s first dummy head microphone KU 80 was able to capture a realistic, three-dimensional sound image for headphone playback.

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QM 69

Quadrophonic Microphone

QM 69

In the mid-70s quadraphonic sound became popular among hi-fi enthusiasts. The Neumann QM 69 was a variant of the SM 69 fet with four separate outputs for each half of the two dual diaphragm capsules.

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U 497

Studio Microphone

U 497

A microphone specially made for the French broadcasting network ORTF. The U 497 featured a K47 capsule and a sophisticated solid state circuit, similar to that of the U 47 fet, but adapted to French radio’s 12V-powering system.

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KMS 84

Handheld Microphone

KMS 84

Neumann’s second attempt at a stage microphone looked considerably more handsome than the KMS 85 introduced a few years earlier. The KMS 84 used the same capsule as the KM 84 in a newly designed headbasket with excellent pop protection.

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KMR 82 i

Shotgun Microphone

KMR 82 i

Neumann’s first shotgun microphone was designed with great attention to an even off-axis response to minimize unwanted sound coloration. The KMR 82 i is still in production!

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VMS 80

Disc Cutting Machine

VMS 80

Disc cutting lathe for vinyl. For many decades, Neumann was the world market leader for record cutting machines.

USM 69 i

Stereo Microphone

USM 69 i

The USM 69 i is an updated version of Neumann’s large diaphragm stereo microphone SM 69 fet. Thanks to its integrated pattern controls the USM 69 i does not require a dedicated power supply anymore but can be run off phantom power.

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U 89 i

Studio Microphone

U 89 i

Designed as a successor to the U 87, the U 89 was eventually recognized as a classic Neumann microphone in ist own right. The U 89 sports an all-new dual diaphragm capsule with a consistently linear sound in five pickup patterns.

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VMS 82

Disc Cutting Machine

VMS 82

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

KMF 4 i

Miniature Microphone

KMF 4 i

A miniature microphone with a detached amplifier. Its visually unobtrusive cardioid capsule had a diameter of only 17 mm. The KMF 4 i could operate on phantom power or batteries.

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KU 81

Dummy Head

KU 81

While older dummy head microphones created a stunningly realistic sound image when played back over headphones, loudspeaker playback was unsatisfactory. The KU 81 cured this with capsules equalized for the diffuse-field.

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KMR 81 i

Shotgun Microphone

KMR 81 i

A short shotgun microphone, primarily designed for film dialogue. Like its longer sibling, the KMR 82 i, the KMR 81 i is still in production!

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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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U 87 Ai

Studio Microphone

U 87 Ai

Compared to the U 87 i, the U 87 Ai has minor changes in the electronics: higher operating safety, increased transmission factor, improved S/N ratio, omitted internal battery supply.

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RSM 190 i

First Stereo Shotgun Microphone

RSM 190 i

A stereo shotgun microphone with external matrix box. The RSM 190 i was a mid/side microphone with the shotgun part delivering the M-component and a second figure-8 capsule system, angled 90 degrees, providing the S-component.

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KM 130

Miniature Microphone

KM 130

The KM 130 was part of the KM 100 series, Neumann’s first modular small diaphragm microphone system. The KM 130 combines the KM 100 output stage with the diffuse-field equalized omni capsule AK 30.

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KM 131

Miniature Microphone

KM 131

The KM 131 was part of the KM 100 series, Neumann’s first modular small diaphragm microphone system. The KM 131 combines the KM 100 output stage with the free-field equalized omni capsule AK 31.

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KM 140

Miniature Microphone

KM 140

The KM 140 was part of the KM 100 series, Neumann’s first modular small diaphragm microphone system. The KM 140 combines the KM 100 output stage with the cardioid capsule AK 40.

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KM 143

Miniature Microphone

KM 143

The KM 143 was part of the KM 100 series, Neumann’s first modular small diaphragm microphone system. The KM 143 combines the KM 100 output stage with the wide cardioid capsule AK 43.

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KM 145

Miniature Microphone

KM 145

The KM 145 was part of the KM 100 series, Neumann’s first modular small diaphragm microphone system. The KM 145 combines the KM 100 output stage with the cardioid capsule AK 45, whose built-in low cut compensates the proximity effect.

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KM 150

Miniature Microphone

KM 150

The KM 150 was part of the KM 100 series, Neumann’s first modular small diaphragm microphone system. The KM 150 combines the KM 100 output stage with the hypercardioid capsule AK 50.

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RSM 191-S

Stereo Shotgun Microphone

RSM 191-S

Slightly modified version of the RSM 190. The matrix box got smaller additional features.

GFM 132

Boundary Layer Microphone

GFM 132

Neumann’s first and only boundary layer microphone. The GFM 132 was designed using computer simulations: The unique shape of the base plate avoids comb filter effects.

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TLM 50

Pressure Microphone

TLM 50

The TLM 50 revived the unique capsule technology of the classic Neumann M 50 of the 1950s and combined it with a cutting edge transformerless head amplifier for lowest noise and distortion.

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KMS 140

Handheld Micropohne

KMS 140

A handheld condenser microphone for pristine vocals on stage. The KMS 140 (cardioid) was the precursor to today’s very successful KMS 104.

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KMS 150

Handheld Microphone

KMS 150

A handheld condenser microphone for pristine vocals on stage. The KMS 150 (hypercardioid) was the precursor to today’s very successful KMS 105.

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KFM 100

Spherical-Surface Stereo Microphone

KFM 100

The spherical surface microphone KFM 100 had two omni capsules flush mounted in a sphere. It worked similar to a dummy head stereo microphone, but was optimized for loudspeaker playback. Although technically excellent, it never caught on.

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KU 100

Dummy Head

KU 100

The new and improved dummy head microphone KU 100 offers a truely immersive sound experience for music and audio drama productions. It is also used for industrial applications.

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N 7000

Modular Mixing Console

N 7000

By the time the N7000 series was introduced, Neumann had already built mixing consoles for almost 30 years. The N7000 had comprehensive computer automation while the signal path remained analog.

Strategy 2002

Mixing Console

Strategy 2002

By the time the N7000 series was introduced, Neumann had already built mixing consoles for almost 30 years. The N7000 had comprehensive computer automation while the signal path remained analog.

TLM 170 R

Studio Microphone

TLM 170 R

Ten years after its initial release the TLM 170 was updated with Neumann’s new remote switching technology. In the ‚R’ setting the directional pattern may be controlled from the PSU with no special multipin cables required.

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TLM 193

Studio Microphone

TLM 193

By focusing on the essential features that are important for most home recording users, Neumann was able to offer the TLM 193, a cardioid microphone for smaller budgets in this increasingly larger area.

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KM 184 (Series 180)

Miniature Microphone

KM 184 (Series 180)

A reference class small diaphragm microphone with a consistent cardioid pattern, independent of frequency. The KM 184 is the successor to the classic KM 84 and can handle much higher SPLs, thanks to its transformerless output stage.

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RSM 191 A Set

Stereo Shotgun Microphone

RSM 191 A Set

A stereo shotgun microphone for broadcast, film, and on-location applications. Like its predecessor the RSM 191 A operates in mid/side technique; the corresponding new MTX 191 A matrix box offered significantly enhanced features.

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M 149 Tube

Studio Tube Microphone

M 149 Tube

Neumann’s first tube microphone after an almost 30-year-hiatus. The M 149 received a TEC Award for its innovative combination of a (surprisingly low noise) tube circuit with a state-of-the-art transformerless output stage.

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KM 120

Miniature Microphone

KM 120

The KM 120 was part of the KM 100 series, Neumann’s first modular small diaphragm microphone system. The KM 120 combines the KM 100 output stage with the figure-8 capsule AK 20.

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TLM 103

Studio Microphone

TLM 103

Conceived as an affordable alternative to the venerable U 87, the TLM 103 has since become a modern studio standard. With a self-noise of only 7 dB-A the TLM 103 is one of the quietest microphones available.

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M 147 Tube

Studio Tube Microphone

M 147 Tube

The M 147 Tube brings back the classic sound of Neumann’s famous tube microphones of the 1950s. It uses the same capsule as the legendary U 47 combined with an innovative transformerless tube circuit.

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Technical Grammy

Technical Grammy 1999

Technical Grammy

Neumann was the first microphone manufacturer to receive the prestigious Technical Grammy Award of the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences in 1999.

KMS 105

Stage Microphone

KMS 105

The KMS 105 is a studio grade vocal microphone with all the virtues of a rugged stage microphone: excellent pop protection, low handling noise, enormous SPL capability, and high feedback resistance, thanks to its tight supercardioid pattern.

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KM 183 (Series 180)

Miniature Microphone

KM 183 (Series 180)

A reference class small diaphragm microphone with a consistent omni pattern, independent of frequency. The KM 183 is the successor to the classic KM 83 and can handle much higher SPLs, thanks to its transformerless output stage.

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KM 185 (Series 180)

Miniature Microphone

KM 185 (Series 180)

A reference class small diaphragm microphone with a consistent hypercardioid pattern, independent of frequency. Its high directivity makes the KM 185 an excellent problem solver for demanding applications such as drum recording.

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M 150 Tube

Studio Tube Microphone

M 150 Tube

A unique omnidirectional tube microphone, based on the legendary Neumann M 50 of the 1950s. Its titanium capsule is flush mounted in a small sphere to increase directivity at higher frequencies – ideal for DECCA Tree techniques.

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KK 105 S

Microphone Head (SKM 5200/5000 N)

KK 105 S

Neumann sound on stage – wireless! The capsule head KK 105 S uses a precision manufactured true condenser supercardioid capsule and is specially designed for Sennheiser SKM 5000/5200 handheld transmitters.

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BCM 104

Broadcast Microphone

BCM 104

The state of the art broadcast microphone from Neumann, made to convey emotion with perfection. Its functionally optimized design features an integrated pop screen and a shock protected large diaphragm condenser capsule.

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D-01

Digital Studio Microphone

D-01

A new milestone: The D-01 digital microphone is the flagship of Neumann’s Solution D technology ensuring unprecedented fidelity and an enormous dynamic range of 130 dB. All functions may be remote controlled via the AES 42 interface.

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TLM 127

Studio Microphone

TLM 127

Designed as the bigger brother of the popular TLM 103, the TLM 127 offered additional functions such as pad and low cut and even remote controllable patterns using the patented technology Neumann had introduced ten years earlier with the TLM 170 R.

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KK 104 S

Microphone Head (SKM 5200/5000 N)

KK 104 S

Neumann sound on stage – wireless! The capsule head KK 104 S uses a precision manufactured true condenser cardioid capsule and is specially designed for Sennheiser SKM 5000/5200 handheld transmitters.

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BCM 705

Broadcast Microphone

BCM 705

An affordable broadcast microphone from Neumann, made to convey emotion with perfection. Its functionally optimized design features an elastic suspension. Neumann’s first microphone with a dynamic capsule.

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KMS 104

Stage Microphone

KMS 104

The KMS 104 is a studio grade vocal microphone with all the virtues of a rugged stage microphone: excellent pop protection, low handling noise, enormous SPL capability, and high feedback resistance, thanks to its tight cardioid pattern.

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TLM 49 Set

Studio Microphone

TLM 49 Set

The sound of Neumann’s vintage classics, recreated with trouble free FET circuitry. The TLM 49 uses the same capsule and the same iconic headgrille design as the legendary M 49. Like a tube microphone, the TLM 49 produces soft saturation at higher SPLs.

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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

For its 40th anniversary the U 87 was offered as a special set in a unique retro style case. The microphone, its shock mount, and the exclusive 60s style pop shield featured an attractive combination of polished and matte nickel surfaces.

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TLM 103 D

Digital Studio Microphone

TLM 103 D

The digital version of Neumann’s acclaimed TLM 103 large diaphragm condenser microphone. The TLM 103 D uses Neumann’s Solution D converter technology ensuring highest fidelity with an enormous dynamic range of 130 dB.

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TLM 67

Studio Microphone

TLM 67

Inspired by Neumann’s classic tube microphone U 67, the TLM 67 produces a similar sound with trouble free FET circuity. Like its predecessor, the TLM 67 is a workhorse with three polar patterns while its circuit produces tube-like saturation at high SPLs.

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KMS 104 plus

Stage Microphone

KMS 104 plus

The KMS 104 plus is a special version of the popular KMS 104 cardioid stage microphone. A slight boost in the low frequencies gives the plus version more “warmth” and “weight”. The KMS 104 plus is particularly popular among female singers.

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TLM 102

Studio Microphone

TLM 102

Big sound for small studios: The TLM 102 is Neumann’s most affordable large diaphragm condenser microphone to date. Nonetheless it offers true Neumann quality, made in Germany.

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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

The KMR 81 D is the digital version of Neumann’s shotgun microphone KMR 81 i for film dialog and broadcast applications with highest fidelity, thanks to Neumann’s Solution D technology. The KMR 81 D complies to the AES 42 standard for digital microphones.

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KMS 104 D

Digital Stage Microphone

KMS 104 D

The KMS 104 D is the digital version of Neumann’s cardioid stage microphone KMS 104. Neumann’s Solution D technology ensures highest fidelity for a pristine studio grade vocal sound.

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KMS 105 D

Digital Stage Microphone

KMS 105 D

The KMS 105 D is the digital version of Neumann’s supercardioid stage microphone KMS 105. Neumann’s Solution D technology ensures highest fidelity for a pristine studio grade vocal sound.

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KH 810

Subwoofer with 7.1 Bass Management

KH 810

The KH 810 is a subwoofer with a High Precision Bass Manager™ for stereo and surround setups up to 7.1. Thanks to the latest amplifier and acoustical components, the KH 810 achieves distortion-free bass extension down to 18 Hz.

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KH 870

Subwoofer with 7.1 Bass Management

KH 870

The KH 870 is a subwoofer with a High Precision Bass Manager™ for stereo and surround setups up to 7.1. It offers the same precision as the KH 810 but with additional power for distortion-free bass reproduction even at highest SPLs.

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KK 204

Microphone Head (for Sennheiser wireless systems)

KK 204

Neumann sound on stage – wireless! The capsule head KK 204 uses a precision manufactured true condenser cardioid capsule and is specially designed for Sennheiser SKM 2000/6000/9000 handheld transmitters and EW G4 300/500 wireless systems.

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KH 310 A

Three Way Nearfield Monitor

KH 310 A

A high-resolution tri-amplified near-field monitor for editing, mixing, and mastering with confidence and precision. The KH 310 A offers the fastest transient response in its class, outstanding midrange detail, and a pleasantly dry low frequency reproduction.

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TLM 107

Studio Microphone

TLM 107

The new studio workhorse. The TLM 107 is a state-of-the-art large diaphragm microphone with high-definition sound in five directional patterns. Variable pad and low cut settings and an enormous dynamic range make it adaptable to any application.

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KH 420

Three Way Midfield Monitor

KH 420

A powerful tri-amplified midfield monitor for demanding engineers. The KH 410 combines enormous SPL capability with a low frequency reproduction that extends down to 26 Hz.

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KH 120 D G

Two Way Nearfield Monitor

KH 120 D G

The digital Version of Neumann’s acclaimed KH 120 near-field monitors with AES3 and S/PDIF connectivity in addition to analog inputs.

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KH 310 D

Three Way Nearfield Monitor

KH 310 D

The digital Version of Neumann’s high-resolution tri-amplified KH 310 near-field monitors with AES3 and S/PDIF connectivity in addition to analog inputs.

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U 47 fet i

Studio Microphone

U 47 fet i

Introduced as a successor to the legendary U 47 tube microphone, the U 47 fet became a Neumann classic in its own right. Its smooth yet defined character shaped the sound of the 70s. Since 2014 it is available again.

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KH 805

Subwoofer with 2.0/0.1 Bass Management

KH 805

A budget friendly stereo version of the reknowned KH 810 subwoofer. The KH 805 offers low frequency extension down to 18 Hz and features a bypassable 2.1/0.1 bass manager which enables it to be used in many different applications.

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KH 80 DSP A G

Two Way Nearfield Monitor

KH 80 DSP A G

Neumanns first DSP-controlled studio monitor. Despite its small size, the KH 80 DSP achieves reference class sound. Its DSP engine allows for FIR phase correction as well as a room alignment using the Neumann.Control App.

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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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KH 750 DSP

Subwoofer with 2.0/0.1 Bass Management

KH 750 DSP

Compact DSP-controlled closed cabinet subwoofer. It is the ideal choice for smaller rooms and smaller studio monitors, such as the KH 80 DSP.

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NDH 20

Studio Headphone

NDH 20

The first Neumann Headphone – A premium quality closed-back studio headphone for monitoring, editing, and mixing.

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