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10.20.2003
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Neumann introduces new broadcast microphone line


The microphone headgrille twists off for quick cleaning and offers optional, color-coded headgrilles.

Neumann, the German manufacturer known for its high-end recording microphones, has introduced a new broadcast line, starting with the BCM 104 model. The new microphone, designed for announce, voice-over and narration applications in broadcast studios, was shown for the first time at the recent AES show in New York City.

The new microphone is based on the same circuitry found in Neumann’s TLM 103. The large-diaphragm condenser capsule used in the BCM 104 has a cardioid directional pattern with internally switchable proximity effect compensation.

The BCM 104 has an internal pop screen and elastic shock mount that is compatible with standard broadcast studio microphone arms.

For more information, visit: Neumann.

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