Neumann TLM Condenser Microphone

Rudolph, Barry
April 2004
Mix;Apr2004, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p118
The article discusses latest microphone model. The TLM 127 is the latest FET 100 Series microphone in Neumann's transformer-less microphone line (TLM). Available in either black matte or Neumann's trademark nickel finish, the side-address TLM 127starts out with the K 127 large dual-diaphragm capsule, which is based on the K 103 used in the TLM 103. The membrane thickness is 6 microns. On the back of the microphone is a 14dB attenuator pad (which takes the microphone's 140dB SPL handling to a hefty 154 dB) and a two-position highpass filter.


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