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Neumann unveils TLM 49 retro mic


And the TLM 49 operates at SPLs of up to 114dB without distortion and a dynamic range of 102dB (A-weighted).

Neumann USA has introduced the TLM 49 large diaphragm, cardioid, studio microphone with its roots planted among the classic Neumann M 49 and M 50 microphones of the 1950s.

The TLM 49 features the K47 capsule used in the M 49 and U47 microphones. The capsule has a linear frequency response up to the upper mid-range. Above 2kHz there is a gentle presence boost up to 3dB. The capsule is enclosed by a large, acoustically open, neutral sounding head grill.

The large 34mm diaphragm cardioid capsule has a tendency towards supercardioid performance due to the special capsule construction. TLM transformerless technology ensures good common mode rejection, prevents RF interference and suppresses noise signals affecting balanced modulation.

And the TLM 49 operates at SPLs of up to 114dB without distortion and a dynamic range of 102dB (A-weighted).

For more information, visit www.neumannusa.com.

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