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  • Neumann KM 184 Stereo set

    Neumann KM 184 Stereo set - " Excellent"
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    07/01/11

    Sound - electret OVERALL OPINION I use it for 5 years I used many other makes and models before you buy those pickups I like the small, transparent sound, versatility, packaging. Neuman could perhaps give some examples of use in the manual,…

  • Neumann KM 184 Stereo set

    Neumann KM 184 Stereo set - " A value very, very sour"
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    07/06/10

    Jacks Stereo and mono static small membrane OVERALL OPINION Perfect for acoustic taken (Gtr, violin, percussion, OH ,...) I own several pairs of microphones large membranes (TLM 127, C-414, NT2000), and frankly I must admit that most often is…

  • Neumann KM 184 Stereo set

    Neumann KM 184 Stereo set - dfms's review
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    06/30/10

    Set stereo microphones Neuman dynamic stick format. Cardioid condenser microphones, used for a large number of outlets including: - Overhead drums, percussion, vibration ... - Snare, Charley - Vocals - In XY acoustic guitars are great (if well p…

  • Neumann KM 184 Stereo set

    Neumann KM 184 Stereo set - SampleHunter's review
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    06/11/10

    Small-diaphragm condenser microphone with cardioid. Modern electronic circuit and perfectly mastered and therefore a terribly low level of noise. It is a standard, a microphone all do, small and lightweight. It can be used likely to capture almost…

  • Neumann KM 184

    Neumann KM 184 - earz's review
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    04/28/10

    see construsteur OVERALL OPINION It is a good microphone to do anything that proves Excellent live if there is a good preamp behind. It is solid. It may seem a bit expensive but no need to fiddle with the eq in every sense to make out something w…

  • Neumann KM 184

    Neumann KM 184 - frbaro's review
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    01/31/10

    I use this microphone as the capture of cello, violin and also head over studio / stage. For acoustic guitar I prefer a couple of AB U87 or C414 with Drawmer 1969. As someone said in an earlier opinion, I also liked the sound of the organ of St Ja…

  • Neumann KM 74

    Neumann KM 74 - U-FLYstudio's review
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    06/19/09

    Neumann started production of its first micro-small caps in 1953, the KM54 with a tube output stage (AC701), it evolves in 1964, KM64 capsule and changes, it moves from the KK54 KK64 that will not change until KM84 included. In 1965, Neumann decide…

  • Neumann KM 184

    Neumann KM 184 - Airy's review
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    04/04/09

    Static OVERALL OPINION The "bump brightness" sometimes critical (compared his prdcesseur) works wonders when recording in places trsrverbrants, such as churches. CHARACTERISTICS This adds a directivity quite similar across the spectrum, making it…

  • Neumann KM 86

    Neumann KM 86 - studiodhorlebaix's review
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    02/09/09

    The KM86 is a condenser microphone. He has two caps 84. Allowing it to offer in Torah all types of directivity. Here, the manufacturer allows us to virtually have three. (Guess which one ...) As usual, the i is for international = XLR and nothing a…

  • Neumann KM 86i

    Neumann KM 86i - Bernard Ancèze's review
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    01/26/09

    Neumann is the great class. Quite similar to the KM84, a serious easiest, and the medium rather acute KM83 (omni). What we can do with these 2 mics + the lead vocal. A lower level of output, but an idea of ​​taking its most natural. OVERALL OPINION…