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Neumann M 147 Tube Microphone

Product Code: 416000

NEUMANN M147 TUBE cardioid The long awaited M147 has arrived. The large dual diaphragm capsule i...

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NEUMANN M147 TUBE cardioid The long awaited M147 has arrived. The large dual diaphragm capsule is inherited from the model`s now legendary predecessors, the U47 and M49. The polar pattern leans towards a super cardioid due to its distinctive transducer design. Following the capsule is a valve which acts as an impedance converter designed so as not to load the very high output impedance of the condenser capsule. Next is a transformerless output stage that guarantees a very low noise platform. The microphone`s self noise level is only 12 dBA/24dB CCIR weighted. The transfer characteristics of the valve allow for huge voltage swings, ideal for the recording of very high SPLs. The M147 can drive cables up to 300 metres long without degradation.

Microphone Response: 20 Hz ... 20 kHz
Microphone Impedance: 50 ohms
Microphone Maximum SPL: 114 dB for THD < 0.5 %, 134 dB for THD < 5 %
Microphone Dynamic Range: 102 dB for THD < 0.5 %, 122 dB for THD < 5 %
Microphone Signal-to-Noise: 70 dB (A-weighted 82dB)
Microphone Connector: Connector: Microphone: DIN 8F, Power Supply: XLR3F
Microphone Diameter: 57 mm
Microphone Pad Switches: No
Microphone Powering: Power supply N 149 A
Physical Height: 142mm L x 57mm D
Physical Weight: 460 g
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SOS Dec 2000 "An old concept combines with new technology to give the best of both worlds — a classic-sounding valve condenser mic with modern levels of performance." http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/dec00/articles/neumann.htm Recording - the magazine for the recording musician "Grab a piece of foam it's time to record the bass..." http://www.recordingmag.com/resources/resourceDetail/209.html
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