Available in nickel or black finish, and in Studio Set variants that include EA 4/EA 4 BK shock mounting suspension. TLM 102 has been designed for broadcast, voice over, home and professional studio, and live environments, and is said (by Neumann) to be 'beautifully balanced sound for silky vocals, crisp guitars and powerful drums'. A cardioid pickup pattern and 20Hz to 20kHz frequency response, with a slight lift around 10kHz, along with a 'well-controlled' proximity effect enables the user to capture the character of the subject, whilst a self-noise level of 12dB-A is low in comparison to the ambient noise of a quiet room. The microphone is often used for male or female vocals, electric guitar, bass guitar, double bass, percussion, brass and saxophone, aided by a dynamic range of 132dB and maximum SPL of 144dB.
Spare and accessories: SG 2 stand mount, EA 1 elastic suspension, EA 1 MT elastic suspension, EA 4 shock mount, EA 4 MT shock mount, WS 2 windshield.
Available in nickel and black along with Studio Set versions, this pressure-gradient, large diaphragm, cardioid, condenser microphone has been designed for applications including broadcast, voiceover, home studio, live sound, concert hall, or recording studio. The capsule has been derived from the popular U 87 Ai and is 'acoustically well-balanced' and often preferred for vocal recording, broadcast announcing, or for instruments such as wind, strings, percussion and overhead drum positioning. A frequency response of 20Hz to 20kHz is offered, with a flat frequency response up to 5 kHz and a wide, flat, presence boost of 4dB above that. A wire mesh protects the capsule as well as offers resistance to plosives and pop noises. A Neumann SG 2 swivel mount is included in standard versions, or EA 1/EA 1 MT with Studio Sets. Both mounts are designed for use with a compatible microphone stand. The microphone has a 3-pin XLR connector and requires +48V phantom power.
Spare and accessories: SG 2 swivel mount, EA 1 elastic suspension, EA 1 MT elastic suspension, WS 82 windshield.
Available in nickel or black finish, and in Studio Set variants that include shock mounting suspension; TLM 107 has been designed for use in broadcast, voice over, home or professional studio, live event or concert hall environments. A dynamic range of 131dB allows the TLM 107 to capture 'anything from a slight whisper to massive drums without unwanted noise or distortion'. The microphone can be switched between five polar patterns including omnidirectional, wide angle cardioid, cardioid, hypercardioid, and figure-8. The navigation toggle on the back of the microphone allows control over settings including 0/-6/-12dB pad, linear/40Hz/100Hz low cut, and the afore mentioned polar patterns.
Spare and accessories: SG 2 stand mount, EA 1 elastic suspension, EA 1 MT elastic suspension, EA 4 shock mount, EA 4 MT shock mount, WS 47 windshield.
|A TLM 107 microphone with nickel finish and SG 2 swivel mount. The product is furnished with wooden box.
|TLM 107 BK
|A TLM 107 BK microphone with black finish and SG 2 swivel mount. The product is furnished with wooden box.
|TLM 107 Studio Set
|This set includes the TLM 107 microphone with nickel finish, and EA 4 elastic suspension mount in place of SG 2 mount.
|TLM 107 Studio Set BK
|This set includes the TLM 107 BK microphone with nickel finish, and EA 4 BK elastic suspension mount in place of SG 2 mount.
This black, large diaphragm, cardioid, condenser microphone is aimed at professional and semi-professional recording of vocals and instruments where close-positioning to high sound pressure levels is required, having a capability of handling sound pressure levels up to 140dB without distortion. It is supplied in a wooden box along with Neumann SG 2 swivel mount. A wire mesh grille protects the capsule as well as offers resistance to plosives and pop noises. The microphone has a 3-pin XLR connector and requires +48V phantom power.
Spares and accessories: SG 2 swivel mount, EA 1 MT elastic suspension, WS 89 windshield.
TLM Series Specifications
Notes: (1) re. 94dB SPL. (2) P48, IEC 61938.