Neumann TLM 107 Set Multi-Pattern Large Diaphragm Condenser Microphone (Nickel)
Neumann TLM 107 Set Multi-Pattern Large Diaphragm Condenser Microphone (Nickel)io Set (Nickel)
- TLM 107 Multi-Pattern Large Diaphragm Condenser Microphone (Nickel)
- SG 2 Stand Mount
- EA 4 Elastic Suspension Shockmount
With the TLM 107 multi-pattern condenser, Neumann continues to live up to its name as one of the best microphone manufacturers in the world. Aside from its transparent, pristine audio capture, the TLM 107's best feature is its universal applicability. Having any one of five polar patterns at your disposal makes this condenser microphone a monster of a multifaceted recording tool. And because the TLM 107 handles a maximum sound pressure level of 153 dB SPL -- with its -12 dB pad engaged -- you'll be able to record belted vocals, drums, horns, or any other loud instrument without concern of distortion. Plus, all of the TLM's features can be easily controlled with a single navigation switch.
5 Pickup Patterns
The Neumann TLM 107 gives you five polar patterns -- omnidirectional, wide-angle cardioid, cardioid, hypercardioid, and figure-8 -- making it a versatile microphone for pretty much any recording situation you can think of. The frequency range is well-balanced for all five patterns; this isn't just strictly a vocal microphone.
Nearly Flat Response with Airy Boost Above 8 kHz
The TLM 107 captures from 20 Hz to 20 kHz with a response that remains remarkably flat up to 8 kHz, giving you a true-to-life sound when you hit "playback." Engage the switchable low-cut for a gentle roll-off starting at 100 Hz or 40 Hz. You get a little boost starting at 8 kHz, centered around 13 kHz -- that high-end minimally-colored presence that's part of the sought-after Neumann sound.
Low Self-Noise and High SPL Handling
TLM stands for "transformerless microphone," which, in turn, means less unwanted noise. The self-noise of the TLM 107 is only 10 dB, so the only sound you'll hear will be what's going on in the room as you record. Also, this microphone handles a remarkably high sound pressure level of 141 dB SPL -- which can be pushed to 153 dB SPL using the TLM's switchable pad -- so you won't have to worry about vocals, drums, guitars, or any instruments being too loud during your recording session.
Ultimate Simplicity in Operation
You might expect a microphone with so many features to be cumbersome with switches, but the TLM 107's five polar patterns, pads, and low-cut filters are all accessible from a single circular switch on the microphone's back. Each setting is indicated by the LED lighting system that shuts off ten seconds after your settings have been selected. The switch and lights are located on the back of the TLM 107 so you don't have to worry about your vocalist or instrumentalist getting distracted.
- Remarkably flat frequency response
- Frequency range of 20 Hz to 20 kHz
- Low self-noise of 10 dB
- Maximum of 141 dB,153 dB with pad, before distortion
- -6 dB and -12 dB pads
- Low Cut settings of linear, 40 Hz, and 100 Hz
- LED illuminated polar pattern, low cut, and pad display
- Pads, low cuts, and polar patterns all controlled by single switch
- Weighs only one pound
- Output impedance of 50 ohms and load impedance of 1000 ohms
- Connects via XLR
- Comes with stand mount and display case
|Output Connectors||1 x 3-Pin XLR|
|Operating Current Consumption||3.2 mA|
|Operating Voltage||48 V ± 4 V|
|Length||5.71" / 145 mm|
|Diameter||2.52" / 64 mm|
|Weight||15.70 oz / 445 g|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||10.4 x 5.0 x 3.9"|
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