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  • bainmackbainmack

    Neumann TLM 103 works beautifully on acoustic guitars

    Neumann TLM 103Published on 06/02/19 at 09:18
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    Hello curious wanderer,
    Owned and used a Neumann TLM 103 for about a year now.
    I've paired it with various preamps including a LA-610 mKII.
    Primarily used w/ acoustic guitars and vocals.
    There does tend to be a lot of artifacts when using this mic at close sources -- these artifacts i have not experienced with other mics and concluded that the microphone is causing the problem. These 'artifacts' are distortion in nature of the source and tend to be difficult to edit out or make EQ correction. That's why I only give this a 4 star instead of 5 star review.

    BUT, like always, take every review with a grain of salt.
    You can hear it paired w/ other microphones here:
    https://www.yo…
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    Hello curious wanderer,
    Owned and used a Neumann TLM 103 for about a year now.
    I've paired it with various preamps including a LA-610 mKII.
    Primarily used w/ acoustic guitars and vocals.
    There does tend to be a lot of artifacts when using this mic at close sources -- these artifacts i have not experienced with other mics and concluded that the microphone is causing the problem. These 'artifacts' are distortion in nature of the source and tend to be difficult to edit out or make EQ correction. That's why I only give this a 4 star instead of 5 star review.

    BUT, like always, take every review with a grain of salt.
    You can hear it paired w/ other microphones here:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jOjTCh4WO_Q

    cheers,
    bainmack
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  • JonthebassJonthebass

    Okay but look around

    Neumann TLM 103Published on 10/31/17 at 16:33
    I borrowed a pair of these to record an acoustic piano at my studio. They looked great, nice and light and easy to place.
    There seemed to be something missing at the top end. Sure you can eq to hell and back but I like my source sound to be awesome. After many adjustments and a bit of eq I still couldn't get that top end without it sounding muddy. I even tried just using one in case of P.C. But nope. That flat spot was still there.
    In the end I used my pair of NT2's. The difference was incredible.
    I'm sure the name will sell many and maybe I'm just too pedantic. I love my Rodes even more now.
    Sorry Neumann, doesn't do it for me.
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    I borrowed a pair of these to record an acoustic piano at my studio. They looked great, nice and light and easy to place.
    There seemed to be something missing at the top end. Sure you can eq to hell and back but I like my source sound to be awesome. After many adjustments and a bit of eq I still couldn't get that top end without it sounding muddy. I even tried just using one in case of P.C. But nope. That flat spot was still there.
    In the end I used my pair of NT2's. The difference was incredible.
    I'm sure the name will sell many and maybe I'm just too pedantic. I love my Rodes even more now.
    Sorry Neumann, doesn't do it for me.
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  • tootstoots

    Neumann TLM 103Published on 03/12/07 at 05:16
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    -see other notices and manufacturer data sheet

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    -sold ... utlilis year
    -chirurgical, fearsome noise level signal
    -Neumann U87 and 89 and KM184, AKG 414BTL2, Studio project C4, Audio Tech 4050, AKG Solid tubetc ...
    -prcis some sources (guit acous and some voice, bass, perc etc ...) or search for it on-shine ... otherwise delicate
    -8/10 According to the purchase price
    -micro typ have in its fleet
    -less hard with a good pre-amp lamp
    Before buying this mic I did not like too much of certain surgical cot neumann (eg 184/87) ... on some sources it is rather very useful ... in complment of Dynamic good (MD441 ...), and static or softer (414) / TLM170 / MKH404
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    -see other notices and manufacturer data sheet

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    -sold ... utlilis year
    -chirurgical, fearsome noise level signal
    -Neumann U87 and 89 and KM184, AKG 414BTL2, Studio project C4, Audio Tech 4050, AKG Solid tubetc ...
    -prcis some sources (guit acous and some voice, bass, perc etc ...) or search for it on-shine ... otherwise delicate
    -8/10 According to the purchase price
    -micro typ have in its fleet
    -less hard with a good pre-amp lamp
    Before buying this mic I did not like too much of certain surgical cot neumann (eg 184/87) ... on some sources it is rather very useful ... in complment of Dynamic good (MD441 ...), and static or softer (414) / TLM170 / MKH404
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  • HalfSquidHalfSquid

    PERFECT VOCAL MIC!!!

    Neumann TLM 103Published on 09/01/14 at 16:39
    This is everything and more you would ever expect from Neumann. A great condenser recording mic with a broad and clear frequency response. Perfect for recording studio vocals and professional broadcasting. Every studio needs a good vocal mic and this one definitely sets the bar high. 100% recommended.

    It is a very sensitive mic so I would definitely recommend buying the shock mount accessory which let's the TLM do it's job without interruptions.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It is a very precise microphone that delivers reliable and clear recordings. Although it is an expensive purchase, it is one that you won't regret making. Worth every penny!!!
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    This is everything and more you would ever expect from Neumann. A great condenser recording mic with a broad and clear frequency response. Perfect for recording studio vocals and professional broadcasting. Every studio needs a good vocal mic and this one definitely sets the bar high. 100% recommended.

    It is a very sensitive mic so I would definitely recommend buying the shock mount accessory which let's the TLM do it's job without interruptions.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It is a very precise microphone that delivers reliable and clear recordings. Although it is an expensive purchase, it is one that you won't regret making. Worth every penny!!!
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  • Anonymous

    relatively versatile microphone.

    Neumann TLM 103Published on 08/13/13 at 06:23
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Condenser vocal microphone, large diaphragm, cardioid.
    Ideal for taking close.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a month and I've tested a lot of other sources, viola, acoustic guitar, shaker, electric guitar, bass.

    I tried a lot of large diaphragm condenser microphones with his older brother (U87) and it is mostly the price that motivated my choice.

    It has a strong proximity effect gives the body a lot of female voices but against part-it does not suit me on male voices.

    The downside is that it does not have a variable directivity and lacks an attenuator.

    For the rest, it does the job and for the price (on occasion) I remake this purchase without hesitation.
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    Condenser vocal microphone, large diaphragm, cardioid.
    Ideal for taking close.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a month and I've tested a lot of other sources, viola, acoustic guitar, shaker, electric guitar, bass.

    I tried a lot of large diaphragm condenser microphones with his older brother (U87) and it is mostly the price that motivated my choice.

    It has a strong proximity effect gives the body a lot of female voices but against part-it does not suit me on male voices.

    The downside is that it does not have a variable directivity and lacks an attenuator.

    For the rest, it does the job and for the price (on occasion) I remake this purchase without hesitation.
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  • NeafbiNeafbi

    well

    Neumann TLM 103Published on 06/28/12 at 14:27
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    What kind of microphone?

    Microphone to rap

    What technology?
    electret

    OVERALL OPINION

    How long you use it?

    1 week

    Did you tried many other models before buying it?

    No, I did the 2050 so for me it is day and night

    What is so special that you love the most, least?

    his capacity to judge by yourself https://neafbi-officiel-91.skyrock.com/

    How would you rate the quality / price?

    not bad at all knowing there is the suspension with the cost so the price is lower microwave


    With experience, you do again this choice?

    must see that knowing the tlm 193 is a 70 euro dearer but without suspension so ....
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    What kind of microphone?

    Microphone to rap

    What technology?
    electret

    OVERALL OPINION

    How long you use it?

    1 week

    Did you tried many other models before buying it?

    No, I did the 2050 so for me it is day and night

    What is so special that you love the most, least?

    his capacity to judge by yourself https://neafbi-officiel-91.skyrock.com/

    How would you rate the quality / price?

    not bad at all knowing there is the suspension with the cost so the price is lower microwave


    With experience, you do again this choice?

    must see that knowing the tlm 193 is a 70 euro dearer but without suspension so ....
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  • MatrixClawMatrixClaw

    Quite the Underrated Mic

    Neumann TLM 103Published on 03/31/12 at 00:43
    Microphone Type: Condenser
    Polar Pattern: Cardioid
    Frequency Response: 20Hz-20kHz
    Max SPL: 138 dB
    Output Impedance: 50 ohms
    No low cut/pad.
    Shockmount NOT included.
    Wooden, padded, box included.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I'm going to start off by saying that, if I were in the market to buy this mic new ($1100), there are many others I'd be looking at in its price range; however, for the price you can get them on the used market, they're fairly well priced.

    People complain a lot about how these have a brittle high end - I get that. I'm not going to sugar coat it and say that it sounds AMAZING, but it's also not anything a tad of EQ can't fit. What I love about thi…
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    Microphone Type: Condenser
    Polar Pattern: Cardioid
    Frequency Response: 20Hz-20kHz
    Max SPL: 138 dB
    Output Impedance: 50 ohms
    No low cut/pad.
    Shockmount NOT included.
    Wooden, padded, box included.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I'm going to start off by saying that, if I were in the market to buy this mic new ($1100), there are many others I'd be looking at in its price range; however, for the price you can get them on the used market, they're fairly well priced.

    People complain a lot about how these have a brittle high end - I get that. I'm not going to sugar coat it and say that it sounds AMAZING, but it's also not anything a tad of EQ can't fit. What I love about this mic, is the fact that it IS fairly bright. It brings out the character and definition in vocal performances. Beware - This mic WILL show your mistakes, it can be flattering if you're good, and be VERY unforgiving, if you're bad.

    For the price these things cost, I would really expect for it to come bundled with a shockmount, and not have to pay an extra $50 for it, but I suppose it's not a huge deal.

    This mic will NOT get you the classic Neumann U series sound, but it's a very nice mic for any studio to have around. In its used and new price ranges, there's other mics that can certainly compete well with it, but being the trusted name Neumann is, it's a fairly safe bet for most.
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  • yoTrakkzyoTrakkz

    top notch

    Neumann TLM 103Published on 11/09/11 at 00:50
    Got this mic (TLM 103) from my local Guitar Center store. The price was high but the name says it all. It does just what I wanted it to do. It sounds like "nothing". VOC recorded in my home digital studio sound natural, open, as if I was there live doing it. It sits in the mix like nothing else I have. I can turn the channel way down and the vocals are still very much a part of the mix. I got Mogami cables for the full signal path and I'm sure that helps a little....if you crank the preamp you must have the iso mount. And no mine didn't come free with the mic. Here is the low down, you get what you pay for and this quality is the best that I have had from recording at home. Its not cheap at…
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    Got this mic (TLM 103) from my local Guitar Center store. The price was high but the name says it all. It does just what I wanted it to do. It sounds like "nothing". VOC recorded in my home digital studio sound natural, open, as if I was there live doing it. It sits in the mix like nothing else I have. I can turn the channel way down and the vocals are still very much a part of the mix. I got Mogami cables for the full signal path and I'm sure that helps a little....if you crank the preamp you must have the iso mount. And no mine didn't come free with the mic. Here is the low down, you get what you pay for and this quality is the best that I have had from recording at home. Its not cheap at all, its pretty expensive and it took me a while to save for it. But once I heard it I knew I had to start saving because this was the mic that really made me sound the best. It will do the same for you as well.

    OVERALL OPINION

    This microphone has really made a name for itself and for a good reason. It has a nice natural sound to it and works well in many situations. I have used it on drums and vocals and have been very pleased with the results every time. The only down side is the shock mount doesn't always come with it, but other than that, it is hard to lose with this fantastic piece of gear. I haven’t had a single complaint with this mic or even seen or heard anyone else complain about it when they come record at my house. They all love it, but when I tell them how much it cost they all say they wont be getting it. But if you want cheap quality then go to radio shack and get a mic. If you want great quality invest in your career and yourself and get the TLM 103.
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  • John_frJohn_fr

    Neumann TLM 103Published on 11/21/02 at 11:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Cardioid condenser microphone type.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use the microwave for 2 years.
    This is a microphone that makes all the finesse of a male or female voice.
    Associated with a prampli of good quality (T1953 Behring), it will reproduce a sound full and prcis.
    However, a small correction work in mediums is necessary to achieve a warmer sound.
    Branch sixties sound, to say the Beatles, I get this color if the micro characteristic.
    Trs a good choice, sincrement.
  • bidule-trucbidule-truc

    Neumann TLM 103Published on 10/25/03 at 03:12
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    IT CAN BE USED I for voice but trs versatile well located in front of a guitar it also works well

    OVERALL OPINION

    J'utilse this micro depuit more than 1 year
    I love the percision sound and look like small but robust.
    It replaced my AT 4033 for vocals.
    trs good value qualitprix (optional suspension llastique regrettable especially the price)
    I do not regret my choice of any value is fawn Neunamnn sre.
  • U-FLYstudioU-FLYstudio

    Neumann TLM 103Published on 10/25/04 at 17:12
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Large diaphragm cardioid microphone without att and without high-pass
    SG1 clamp supplied with a wooden box, suspension ELESTA Optional AI1 (TLM 103, M 147)
    comes in two colors: gray and mtal foncbr /> Dtails technique at: Sennheiser.com

    OVERALL OPINION

    For the price it is a good micro trs is also in this price range most Aesthetics and well done, it proposes a circuit without output transformer (Transform Less Microphone) or of the pr TLM fixed. It is a micro extrment clean, with a bump is higher than the microphones oldest brand, which gives it a modern and trsdtaille color at the top of the spectrum. The main diffrence with models like the M 147, the equivalent lamp, is a s…
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    Large diaphragm cardioid microphone without att and without high-pass
    SG1 clamp supplied with a wooden box, suspension ELESTA Optional AI1 (TLM 103, M 147)
    comes in two colors: gray and mtal foncbr /> Dtails technique at: Sennheiser.com

    OVERALL OPINION

    For the price it is a good micro trs is also in this price range most Aesthetics and well done, it proposes a circuit without output transformer (Transform Less Microphone) or of the pr TLM fixed. It is a micro extrment clean, with a bump is higher than the microphones oldest brand, which gives it a modern and trsdtaille color at the top of the spectrum. The main diffrence with models like the M 147, the equivalent lamp, is a somewhat broader directivity and rstitution of mdium mdium up a little less pronounced.
    Its main dfault when compared to less affordable models is its lack of body, sound was less than its full NSAIDs (U89i) notte on acoustic guitars and strings. necessitte this investment more complex than a U89 that is my opinion one of the easiest to use microphones!
    micro competitor cost: Blue Dragon (excellent!)
    The result is well located and trs nanmoins comparable to micro BPM, it remains in this price range that most cohrent AKG C 3000, AT 4033 etc ...
    If you love color, 4050 AT Savre srieux a competitor to the same extent as the C414 and U89 of Thiers OCCAZ (his sober and full) of OCCAZ TLM 170 (extreme versatility, high quality!
    The brand offers each microphone to the sound Extremely diffrent, it becomes a matter of taste, appropriate, but the TLM 103 is the finish and the name for him.
    it's more of a microphone on a robust and significant cash pressures.
    With ca 103 will not always can be fabulous, but it does not ever be bad, and that's what dj price compared to other brands!
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  • Anonymous

    Neumann TLM 103Published on 12/30/04 at 14:24
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Nice sound, balanced, but not very big, barely above the AKG C3000 STK on my table, it's a bit expensive for a mic in this range ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    Good but not a still U87
  • brianmaybrianmay

    Neumann TLM 103Published on 01/21/05 at 11:41
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use this mic for over a year a couple pro p2 tf I will not say I fluently but with an inventiveness of got phenomenal results, the micro application to be a little masters and consistent to believe erreus k'il takes the hooks are perfect for starting to give the body or the heat up?! I test the coupling with another micro matched on the TF pro deferred custody and (we believe) 57 sm try a little nothing, that is for delire koi be surprised!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this mic for over a year a couple pro p2 tf I will not say I fluently but with an inventiveness of got phenomenal results, the micro application to be a little masters and consistent to believe erreus k'il takes the hoo…
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    I use this mic for over a year a couple pro p2 tf I will not say I fluently but with an inventiveness of got phenomenal results, the micro application to be a little masters and consistent to believe erreus k'il takes the hooks are perfect for starting to give the body or the heat up?! I test the coupling with another micro matched on the TF pro deferred custody and (we believe) 57 sm try a little nothing, that is for delire koi be surprised!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this mic for over a year a couple pro p2 tf I will not say I fluently but with an inventiveness of got phenomenal results, the micro application to be a little masters and consistent to believe erreus k'il takes the hooks are perfect for starting to give the body or the heat up?! I test the coupling with another micro matched on the TF pro deferred custody and (we believe) 57 sm try a little nothing, that is for delire koi be surprised!
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  • FurtFurt

    Neumann TLM 103Published on 02/26/05 at 10:46
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Large diaphragm condenser microphone. One directional: cardioid. No pad or low-cut filter.
    Workmanship. The suspension, which is essential, must be purchased separately at a price bordering on scam.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It is a very micro criticized, often by people who have never used or have been in bad conditions.

    It is true that an entry-level, yes but at Neumann. And found that the reputation of the brand: the chiseled, accurate (perhaps too) and racy.
    It is against a little too dry and surgery.
    Nevertheless, a partner at a good tube amp, it can be great on some voices and many instruments: classical guitar, piano, wood percussion.
    It is far superior to many microphone…
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    Large diaphragm condenser microphone. One directional: cardioid. No pad or low-cut filter.
    Workmanship. The suspension, which is essential, must be purchased separately at a price bordering on scam.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It is a very micro criticized, often by people who have never used or have been in bad conditions.

    It is true that an entry-level, yes but at Neumann. And found that the reputation of the brand: the chiseled, accurate (perhaps too) and racy.
    It is against a little too dry and surgery.
    Nevertheless, a partner at a good tube amp, it can be great on some voices and many instruments: classical guitar, piano, wood percussion.
    It is far superior to many microphones Chinese who tried to copy it but have only reproduce its shortcomings.
    As against the price too high (over 1100 euros with its suspension) is a real handicap to compete in the AKG 414 XLS who is superior.

    It's been six years since I use it and I often return to it when I do not want to take any risks with the quality of sound. When I bought it, it was 5000frs and AKG 414 more 9000frs. Today, for the price, I will opt for the AKG without denying either.
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  • Studio C&PStudio C&P

    Neumann TLM 103Published on 04/29/05 at 07:28
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    See the website builder.

    OVERALL OPINION

    - How long have you use it?

    2 years.

    - What is the particular feature you like best and least?

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    - The signal to noise ratio is excellent.
    - The micro possde gain trs lev ... super convenient for acoustic instruments and voice .... much less practical for high volume sound sources.
    - The sound is pure and trs was a sense of micro vrit with this ....

    - It does not work on all the voices. Inadequate on nasal voices.
    This micro possde a bump in mdiums which according to the timbre of the singer is more or less adapted.
    .... Résumé for the TLM103 is far less universal than the confrre the AKG C414.
    As against this bo…
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    See the website builder.

    OVERALL OPINION

    - How long have you use it?

    2 years.

    - What is the particular feature you like best and least?

    + =>
    - The signal to noise ratio is excellent.
    - The micro possde gain trs lev ... super convenient for acoustic instruments and voice .... much less practical for high volume sound sources.
    - The sound is pure and trs was a sense of micro vrit with this ....

    - It does not work on all the voices. Inadequate on nasal voices.
    This micro possde a bump in mdiums which according to the timbre of the singer is more or less adapted.
    .... Résumé for the TLM103 is far less universal than the confrre the AKG C414.
    As against this boss can be very useful for the recovery of classical guitar / folk.

    Once I even used to record the cracking of codes of my bass player for a portion of SLAP ........... EXCELLENT!

    - How do you report qualitprix?

    Good. It remains all the same onreux from an AKG C414 ... which is more universal.

    - With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...

    I think I would take an AKG C414.
    But I do not regret my choice at all .... it's a great micro!
    Can be for the purchase of a first condenser microphone srieux ..... it is better to take the AKG C414.
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