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thewindwaker 06/19/2006

Neumann TLM 127 : thewindwaker's user review


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Acoustic Principle: Pressure Gradient
Directivity: omni, cardioid (heart wide, and 8 hypercardio with remote control)
RESPONSE in frquence: 20 Hz - 20 kHz
Sensitivity (1kHz at 1 kOhm) 12 mV / Pa
Load Impedance: 1000 Ohms
Inherent noise: 8 dB A
Max SPL: 140 dB (154 dB with prattnuation)
Power supply: 48 V 4 V
Connector: XLR
Weight: approx. 450


Well, I see that many people are interested in the fate of this microphone, without really knowing the .. I'm going to get it soon, so I renseign on foreign forums and with the studio that 'and here are what I "read in common."
- It is comparable to the TLM 103 (although recess capsules being almost identical)
- Compared to the U87 has a milder but easy to correct a sharp EQ if ever we do not find enough "edge"
- It has relatively linear air (from what I've read), and is used on bcp sources with some efficacitbr /> -other people do not have liked this micro do considering not like a "real" neumann I can easily design if one is accustomed to the U47, U87 or other M149
- Apparently it is very efficient on room sounds and decision proximity dry guitar or elect. and of course singing.

Basically to summarize I think it is not as rac the U87 but all the same it is better than the TLM103 (will be what the choice of directivits and high pass filter) although it is larger and less easy to place dc.
Finally, I think the price is linked to its qualitpossibilits

although recess I compare two neumann that are not in the same CATEGORY prices, but these references that I have heard spoken.
I think get it before the end of June and be able to have an objective opinion by mid-July. here I'll post my opinion.