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Neumann QM 69 and SM 69

Neumann QM 69 and SM 69

With the QM 69 in 1974, the firm also made a brief excursion into the realm of quadraphony. As Neumann employee Ernst Weiℜ remembers: I don’t think that Georg Neumann ever said, “Now we must build a quadraphonic microphone.” I...

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Neumann TLM 103

Neumann TLM 103

Pressure-gradient MicrophoneA microphone in which both sides of the diaphragm are exposed to the incident sound and the microphone is therefore responsive to the pressure differential (gradient) between the two sides of the membrane. Sound incident parallel to the plane...

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Neumann U 47

Neumann U 47

The Neumann Model U 47 was the first post-war mic produced by Georg Neumann GmbH in West Berlin. It was designed around a Telefunken-developed steel-cover radio tube, type VF14m. It became a bench mark mic in the early fifties, but...

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Neumann U 47 fet

Neumann U 47 fet

The production of the tube-based U 47 microphone came to an end in 1965. Four years later, with the VF14 tube no longer available, Neumann developers tried to recapture the sound æsthetic of the U 47 using transistors. The result...

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Neumann U 64

Neumann U 64

The Neumann U 64 miniature condenser micro­phone differs from the well-known standard range of miniature micro­phones in the shape of the micro­phone head. The directional characteristic is cardioid. Special features of this micro­phone are the independence of the directional characteristic...

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Neumann U 67

Neumann U 67

The following text is from the March, 1966 Neumann specifications sheets. The U 67 Condenser micro­phone is a newly developed multi-purpose studio micro­phone. It has an attractive shape and possesses first-class transmission properties and a number of new advantages. The...

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Neumann U 87 and U 87 Ai

Neumann U 87 and U 87 Ai

DescriptionThe U 87 is probably the best known and most widely used Neumann studio micro­phone. It is equipped with a large dual-diaphragm capsule with three directional patterns: omni-directional, cardioid and figure 8. These are selectable with a switch below the...

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Paso M 401 U

Paso M 401 U

This is the Paso M 401 U, manufactured in Italy. Thus far nothing has been found in print about its technical specifications. If you have anything you can share with us about this mic, including your opinion, please feel free...

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Pearl CR-55

Pearl CR-55

Specifications Preamp: IC and silicon transistor amplifierFrequency Response: 15 Hz to 22,000 HzDynamic Range: 118 dB; lowest equivalent noise level 24 dB SPLSensitivity: −62 dB ±2 dB at 1 microbar, 1,000 HzSignal-to-Noise Ratio: 70 dB 1 Pa (10 microbar)Maximum SPL: 142...

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Philco The International

Philco The International

Thus far no information has been found for this microphone. If you have any, it would be greatly appreciated if you could send it here, especially if it includes technical specifications. Thank you....

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Philips  9585

Philips 9585

Our friend Cyril needs our assistance in finding the mating plug to his Philips Model 9585 microphone, seen here. Near the bottom of this page is an image he found on the Web that shows the plug he is seeking.Cyril...

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Philips EL 6037

Philips EL 6037

This is a de luxe microphone both in its styling and its sound quality. Although it is primarily intended to be used by soloists in orchestras and combos, it is also eminently suitable for use in all types of public...

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RCA 44-BX

RCA 44-BX

GeneralThe Type 44-BX Velocity Microphones (MI-4027-B, -D, -H, -J and -K) are high-fidelity micro­phones of the ribbon type that are specially designed for broadcast studio use. They are constructed to withstand mechanical shocks, and to retain sensitivity and frequency response...

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RCA 50-A

RCA 50-A

IntroductionThe Inductor Microphone is the result of continued research and development toward the production of a low-priced microphone, the characteristics of which are high quality, high sensitivity, freedom from shock excitation troubles, minimum response to wind effects, compactness and ruggedness.This...

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RCA 74-B Junior Velocity

RCA 74-B Junior Velocity

Features Free from objectional peaks or dips from 70 to 8,000 cycles.Bi-directional “figure eight” type pattern which allows placing of artists on both sides of the microphone and greatly reduces reflection pickup from side walls.Light weight, small size.Attractive appearance.UsesThe 74-B has...

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