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Neumann TLM 170

Neumann TLM 170 i Matt Black

$1,750
Flemish Region Belgium
Posted on on 12/27/2021 - Expires in 64 days - 18 views

Description

The Neumann TLM 170 is a large diaphragm condenser microphone for use in the recording studio, but is also an awesome all purpose mic for a larger home studio.

This unit comes in its original packaging with electronic diagram, original operating instructions (in English and German) and spare parts list & drawing.

It can be delivered with the EA 170 Mt matt black support fixture for an additional cost of 220 € (see pictures).

The pair of this microphone is also avaible for sale.

Local pick-up is preferred, shipping worldwide can be arranged (cost to be determined).

Visiting or testing the unit is possible upon request by calling +32 4 76 78 01 78

The TLM 170 i condensor microphone is the first transformerless microphone of the Neumann fet 80 series.

The self-noise level of the microphone is significantly smaller compared to similar types (14 dB-A).

The TLM 170 i is able to handle sound pressure levels to 140 dB with minimal distortion. This represents a dynamic range of 126 dB.

Five directional characteristics can be selected : omni, wide cardoid, cardoid, hypercardoid and figure-8.

Excessive output levels, caused by high sound pressure levels, may be reduced by a 10 dB attenuation slide switch, while another switch rolls off frequencies below 100 HZ to eliminate low frequency interference.

The microphone may be operated from the usual 48 V Phantom Powering circuits but will perform identically when operated from a 24 V Phantom source as well, without the need for a switchover.
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