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Neumann KM 83

Small diaphragm condenser microphone from Neumann belonging to the KM series.

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Neumann KM 83Published on 02/17/06 at 15:25
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
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 AK30 and become a new micro still distributed today in the REFERENCE KM 130 (modular) and KM 183 (single)
these microphones is also found in the "Dummy Head" Ku80 Neumann,

OVERALL OPINION

The 83 KM REALLY gives a visual impression of dplacement air notte the rear of a percussion type zarb or darbuka. pizz on the strings, the percussion orchetre and the woods.

I find all of the same Legrant SERIES 80 SERIES below the KM73 KM76 in......
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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 AK30 and become a new micro still distributed today in the REFERENCE KM 130 (modular) and KM 183 (single)
these microphones is also found in the "Dummy Head" Ku80 Neumann,

OVERALL OPINION

The 83 KM REALLY gives a visual impression of dplacement air notte the rear of a percussion type zarb or darbuka. pizz on the strings, the percussion orchetre and the woods.

I find all of the same Legrant SERIES 80 SERIES below the KM73 KM76 in tonadas, which are even more attanchants my taste! we have to say something wrong!

* Let's say for example that if I had to pop in a battery neumann I metterais the kit as follows:
- U47fet in Bass drum (60 cm to skin rsonnance)
- KM 74 in Snare charley (40 cm in front of HH and snare)
- 2 x 83 KM before the battery (AB prs soil atmosphere between 1.5 and 5 m depending on the research and pice)
- 2 x heads in Over 76 KM

* On the ropes proximity KM84 working properly placed at the bridge (at least 30cm), Legris dport on the right when looking at the player for the respect of rsonnances-led the "me" because the other cot is "the bar of harmony" that it causes a release a little more "digging" the signal of the instrument!
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  • Manufacturer: Neumann
  • Model: KM 83
  • Series: KM
  • Category: Small diaphragm condenser microphones
  • Added in our database on: 02/18/2006

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Other names: km 83, km83

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