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Neumann TLM 49

Large diaphragm condenser microphone from Neumann belonging to the TLM series

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MassiminoMassimino

VERY GOOD!

Neumann TLM 49Published on 06/01/13 at 15:15
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
micro voice specialist. It can be versatile on other instruments.

Studio microphone with a large capsule cardioid. TLM (turn less microphone) so transformerless microphone with the famous K47 capsule as on. Famous U 47 and M 49.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for about 1 month.

I try some model such as MXL v. 67 g, k2 Rode, Rode NTK, and prodipe TT1.

The pros: The sound it delivers is very natural and very balanced frequency EQ so for the simple mixing.
- Printing of the "big" impressive micro
- Respect for the stamps
- Quickly found its place in the mix

I was hesitant but I am fully satisfied. High-quality microphone.

I certainly do it again this choice. …
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micro voice specialist. It can be versatile on other instruments.

Studio microphone with a large capsule cardioid. TLM (turn less microphone) so transformerless microphone with the famous K47 capsule as on. Famous U 47 and M 49.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for about 1 month.

I try some model such as MXL v. 67 g, k2 Rode, Rode NTK, and prodipe TT1.

The pros: The sound it delivers is very natural and very balanced frequency EQ so for the simple mixing.
- Printing of the "big" impressive micro
- Respect for the stamps
- Quickly found its place in the mix

I was hesitant but I am fully satisfied. High-quality microphone.

I certainly do it again this choice.
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JsaxJsax

Neumann TLM 49 YES

Neumann TLM 49Published on 05/24/13 at 14:18
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
This mic is kind of versatile very interested.
I operate: singing, sound and even taking instruments and Yes!

-Technology: -

Sensor pressure gradient, using the capsule of the legendary U
Cardioid.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 3 years!
And indeed I have tried several micro before.

such as: STUDIO PROJECTS TB1-MK2; NEUMANN TLM102 STATIC MICRO; NEUMANN TLM103
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This mic is kind of versatile very interested.
I operate: singing, sound and even taking instruments and Yes!

-Technology: -

Sensor pressure gradient, using the capsule of the legendary U
Cardioid.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 3 years!
And indeed I have tried several micro before.

such as: STUDIO PROJECTS TB1-MK2; NEUMANN TLM102 STATIC MICRO; NEUMANN TLM103
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Pako5633Pako5633

Neumann TLM 49

Neumann TLM 49Published on 01/11/13 at 20:15
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_Microphone Song.

_The TLM 49 uses the famous K 47 capsule, which was also used in the M 49 and the U 47. Response curve is linear down to the midrange; beyond 2 kHz, it has a slight presence peak, peaking at 3 dB.

OVERALL OPINION

_In Possession since July 2012.

_Habitué The brand RODE.

_I Would do without this choice problem.

_Bon Quality / price ratio.
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Jiem_971Jiem_971

very good mic for voice

Neumann TLM 49Published on 04/08/12 at 12:05
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Neumann TLM 49, a dedicated mic on vocals and the vocals ... everything has already been said in previous reviews

transformerless condenser microphone, which gives it a very low noise (12dBA) and is cardioid

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 4 months, I tried it with my 3 preamps (Tube Tech MP1-A, Universal Audio LA 610 and Avalon VT 737 SP), it also deserves a good mic preamp to be highlighted: with the MP1-A sound is "soft and warm" as described in Neumann, not at all aggressive, a wonderful mid-bass; with the Avalon, the sound is very colorful and Dedini, the microphone and the side "silk effect" of the preamp goes well, with The 610 is very very good, the microphone transcribed the...…
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Neumann TLM 49, a dedicated mic on vocals and the vocals ... everything has already been said in previous reviews

transformerless condenser microphone, which gives it a very low noise (12dBA) and is cardioid

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 4 months, I tried it with my 3 preamps (Tube Tech MP1-A, Universal Audio LA 610 and Avalon VT 737 SP), it also deserves a good mic preamp to be highlighted: with the MP1-A sound is "soft and warm" as described in Neumann, not at all aggressive, a wonderful mid-bass; with the Avalon, the sound is very colorful and Dedini, the microphone and the side "silk effect" of the preamp goes well, with The 610 is very very good, the microphone transcribed the nuances of the preamp 610 (well this and fat, or more clear and clean).

this microphone provides the sound and the recognizability of Neumann microphones, a clear, well defined, with the slight bump to 3/4 KHz. However, the TLM 49 has its character, its not an aggressive, a hint of vintage (mediums are present without being mushy) which recall almost a tube sound, yet it does not micro.

we feel that the microphone has been designed for the vocals, it is worth its price. there is a range over a TLM 103 even if it is not a U87 (though). comparison with the M 149 is plausible, the two levels are close bcp sound reproduction, as well as the capsule of the TLM 49 is identical to that of Neumann prestigious (M 49, M 50 and U 47 qd same!)

very good mic, I'm happy :)
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  • Manufacturer: Neumann
  • Model: TLM 49
  • Series: TLM
  • Category: Large diaphragm condenser microphones
  • Added in our database on: 04/01/2006

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