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Neumann M 149 Tube
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Neumann M 149 Tube
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OdysseyV OdysseyV
Published on 01/05/05 at 14:10
Very difficult to notice, depending on its use, and what you want ressortir.Je personally had a good shure, but I got the world neumann, the enthusiasts and collectionneus.
Certe its price is exorbitant but everything has a price and Neumann received to exit from a new microphone, the M 149 tube was crowned in 1995, so respect my friends ... Let's hope that the final solution D.
He takes very well since it's grave frequency between 20 Hz-20kHz, for up to 114 db of cashable. The M 149 is a tube microphone directivity variable.C DOUBLE capsule is the capsule K49, of the legendary U 47 and M 49, which is utilisée.Contrairement to old designs, the tube is associated with a transformerless output circuit . The M 149 Tube can be used on cables for long distances, eg 20 m without any deterioration.

OVERALL OPINION

Is there to listen, his only complaint being too sensitive to the slightest background noise, there must be space that will receive, and provide a high performance car, but purists prefer the U47 for its warmth ... again Tartavez thank you, I never forget you
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