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  • Neumann KM 86i

    Neumann KM 86i - Shibaya's review
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    03/21/06

    Double capacitor cell used in the KM84. See the opinion of Plastok2 is an encyclopedia on the subject. OVERALL OPINION For two months. The KM86i! For many years I wondered what was recorded with the voice of S. Gainsbourg on "Melody Nelson". Exce…

  • Neumann KM 184

    Neumann KM 184 - U-FLYstudio's review
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    02/17/06

    Small capsule cardioid condenser microphone has it generates an output level of a huge and extremely low self noise non-modular micro derived from KM80 and KM100 series capsule derived from the famous line KK64 and AK40 Released in 1994 with …

  • Neumann KM 83

    Neumann KM 83 - U-FLYstudio's review
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    02/17/06

    Micro marketed in 1966, the same year as his version alim Tonada T12V KM73, KM 83 is a condenser microphone output transformer, with a directivity omni-10db att it uses a KK63 capsule HRIT the lamp 63 KM and it will be replaced in 1988 by the AK3…

  • Neumann KM 84

    Neumann KM 84 - U-FLYstudio's review
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    02/17/06

    Small static shot of KM54 cardio, then 64 to light, Then comes the version T12V KM74 KM84 and finally who will then give birth to the current 184 KM from KM64, the capsule used is the KK64, KM 84 version available KM84 (dyn 3-pin) and KM84i (3-…

  • Neumann KM 76

    Neumann KM 76 - U-FLYstudio's review
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    02/17/06

    - MODL original, the lamp is followed by KM56 1966 KM 76 in the Dyn 3-pin power supply T12V that a year later is dclin in KM 86 (P48V dyn), and its output is then transformed XLR and the devriendra KM86i, - It is monophonic micro dot of two KK64 ca…

  • Neumann KM 85

    Neumann KM 85 - studiodhorlebaix's review
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    01/07/06

    The 85 km is a condenser microphone whose appearance is identical to that of the 83 or 84. There are normal version (din) or version "i" (for international) with an XLR output. This configuration gives over 2 cm in length. The only "rglage" before it…

  • Neumann KM 84

    Neumann KM 84 - studiodhorlebaix's review
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    03/21/05

    I have 84 and 3 km, as rference point, I rode two and three nt2 Milab VM 41. So far I used the Milab when I wanted to highlight the Carved (hi ​​hat, double folk guitar (pop )...). nt and 2 when the body I wanted and more: overheads, tambourine, vo…

  • Neumann KM 184

    Neumann KM 184 - Furt's review
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    02/26/05

    Small cardioid condenser microphone basic. (No pad or low cut) Construction serious as always with Neumann. OVERALL OPINION It is a general micro suitable for many applications either stereo pair is in continuance of instrument. Sumptuous on th…

  • Neumann KM 86i

    Neumann KM 86i - MarcP's review
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    02/19/05

    I dug up two KM86i 8 years ago in a studio that did not really know what was, I no longer true to say, I bought a song and since they turn out to be two of my faithful companions taken from his classical music, they have it all ....... OVERALL OPIN…

  • Neumann KM 184

    Neumann KM 184 - rroland's review
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    10/11/04

    Used on any acoustic instrument (except organ makes it o not at all), and also the voice (often apprci radio). OVERALL OPINION I use a pair of KM184 for many years. This mic works well in overhead (even if I know better on this point, not bad whe…