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Neumann TLM 102 Microphone

Microfoni Posted on 31 Mar, 2016 18:35

The TLM 102
is impressive in terms of sound: In the interior is a newly developed
large-diaphragm capsule (cardioid) with a maximum sound pressure level of 144
dB, which permits the recording of percussion, drums, amps and other very loud sound
sources, for example. Instruments that are not especially loud also benefit
from the very fast transient response of the TLM 102. However its most
important applications are in the realm of vocals and speech; a slight boost
above 6 kHz provides for excellent presence of the voice in the overall mix. Up
to 6 kHz the frequency response is extremely linear, ensuring minimal
coloration and a clearly defined bass range. The capsule has an elastic
suspension for the suppression of structure-borne noise. A pop screen
integrated into the grille serves to suppress plosives in vocal and speech
recording.


Vocals and
speech

In
particular, pickup of especially loud instruments: Drums, percussion, wind
instruments and amps

Acoustical
operating principle

Pressure
gradient transducer

Directional pattern

Cardioid

Frequency range

20
Hz … 20 kHz

Sensitivity
at 1 kHz into 1 kohm

11
mV/Pa

Rated impedance

50
ohms

Rated load impedance

1
kohms

Equivalent noise level, CCIR1)

21
dB

Equivalent
noise level, A-weighted1)

12
dB-A

Signal-to-noise
ratio, CCIR1) (rel. 94 dB SPL)

73
dB

Signal-to-noise
ratio, A-weighted1) (rel. 94 dB SPL)

82
dB

Maximum SPL for THD 0.5%2)

144
dB

Maximum output voltage

13
dBu

Supply voltage (P48, IEC 61938)

48
V ± 4 V

Current consumption (P48, IEC 61938)

3.5
mA

Matching connector

XLR3F

Weight

approx.
210 g

Diameter

52
mm

Length

116
mm

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Neumann KH 120 A studio monitor

Registrazione Posted on 31 Mar, 2016 18:13

The KH 120
A studio monitor
is designed for use as a near-field loudspeaker or as a rear
loudspeaker in larger multi-channel systems. The KH 120 A represents the latest
in acoustic and electronic simulation and measurement technologies to ensure
the most accurate sound reproduction possible. It has a Mathematically Modeled
Dispersion waveguide (MMD (TM), flexible acoustical controls, analog class-AB
amplifiers, a large headroom analog input and an extensive mounting hardware
range. All of this provides the user with the maximum versatility over a wide
variety of acoustic conditions, source equipment, and physical locations.

The KH 120
is perfect for tracking, mixing and mastering in music, broadcast, project and
post-production studios.


Tecnical Data

Acoustics

Free field frequency response

52 Hz … 21 kHz, ± 3
dB

Pass band free field frequency response

54 Hz … 20 kHz, ± 2
dB

Self-generated noise
(with input gain set to 100 dB for 0 dBu)

< 20 dB(A) at 10
cm

Total harmonic distortion < 0.5 % at 95 dB SPLat
1 m

> 100 Hz

Max. SPL in full space / calc. in half space
at 3% THD at 1m

105.1 / 111.1 dB SPL
(averaged between 100 Hz and 6 kHz)

Bass capability: Max. SPL in half space
at 3% THD at 1m

104.8 dB SPL
(averaged between 50 Hz and 100 Hz)

Max. short term SPL with IEC-weighted noise(IEC
60268-5) at 1 m, in typical listening conditions

107 dB(C) SPL

Max. short term SPL with music material at 2.3 m, in
typical listening conditions (pair)

97 dB(C) SPL (full range)
104 dB(C) SPL (with subwoofer)

Max. long term SPL with pink noise at 2.3 m, in typical
listening conditions (single/pair)

88 / 93 dB(C) SPL (full range)
89 / 94 dB(C) SPL (with subwoofer)

Frequency Response

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HRS

Strumenti musicali Posted on 15 Feb, 2016 20:38