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Neumann TLM 102 Condenser Microphone Review



Very good

Revainrating 5 out of 5  
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BrandSennheiser Pro Audio
Connector TypeXLR Connector
Connectivity TechnologyXLR
Polar PatternUnidirectional
Item Weight210 Grams
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Description of Neumann TLM 102 Condenser Microphone

Large-diaphragm microphone with cardioid directional characteristic (pressure gradient transducer). Compact Neumann design. Very high maximum sound pressure level (144 dB). Slight presence boost above 6 kHz helps vocals to shine in the mix.


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Revainrating 5 out of 5

Best price for this product, will buy more!

No one will be dissatisfied by this microphone. It's a terrific choice since it's the only one. However, I don't believe this will be the only microphone used. The sole microphone will probably be less expensive. However, you can get a pair of fairly good monitors for the same money. I adore him even more because of how effortlessly he can incorporate even the most complex voice into the tightest, most complicated mix. In general, compared to other microphones, it is simple. For instance, we…

  • Versatility Quality Price Maximum capacity low volume Simple to incorporate into the mix
  • Small (sometimes good, occasionally poor) No such instance The native spider is pricey.

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Good value for money, I recommend.

A beautiful, but completely mediocre microphone, with a steep price tag, but with a beautiful nameplate, immediately + 100500 to the ability of the sounder and vocalist, and for sure, even to the price per hour of recording, because this is the legendary Neumann!)) Has pros: Good microphone. The build quality is at the level . At the level of competitors) The sound is also not bad, but it’s not to say that it draws on these 45-50 k. The usual, unremarkable sound, of course, correction by…

So first things first! This was an amazing upgrade from my baby bottle condenser mic! $400-$700 I was very skeptical that this was the right choice, I would like to point out that because you pay more for the microphone dose it does not mean that it is better, yes of course it will sound different, clearer. , crisp, but it depends on what you're using it for and how it suits your voice! While you can fix it with an equalizer, my main point is this mic is absolutely amazing, it's small but wow…

  • It's amazing
  • A few little things

Revainrating 5 out of 5

I do not cease to rejoice at the purchase, a very good deal!

A great option for voice recording, streams, unpacking, reviews. A pop filter is already built into the microphone, so it does not need an additional one. The microphone has slightly cut low frequencies, so it is easier to use directly without any EQ. Very favorably emphasizes any voice. Of course, being a real Neumann with a large diaphragm, it is also suitable for recording vocals and instruments, but is inferior in this to its older brothers. If recording vocals is the main purpose of…

  • This is a ridiculously cheap Neumann with a large aperture. Withstands a high pressure of 144 dB and has a low noise level of 12 dB-A. Relatively small size. Yes, yes, it's convenient. This is the same "See Neumann" with which all other microphone manufacturers are compared and guided by.
  • The diaphragm is made according to a simplified (for Neumann) technology.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Wonderful quality, one hundred percent satisfied!

Steinberg UR22C card. Van Damme studio cable (blue) 3m on NEUTRIK connectors. What immediately attracts attention is that this microphone has BASS. While many microphones simply cut off the low end to avoid dirt, Neumann does not limit your creative imagination in any way. After the RODE NT1 (which I hastily returned to the seller) this is a big step forward: I can always cut out unnecessary information with an equalizer or compress, but the RODE, like many other microphones, does not have this

  • 1. Build quality and materials, respectively. The purest German die Qualität - from logo engraving to gold-plated contacts. 2. SOUND. Unlike the older models in the line with a price per 100K, the TLM102 does nothing supernatural with your vocals. But it turns out that this is not required! It is enough to shoot the vocals exactly in the entire range, without dips and humps, and the rest is done manually in the process of mixing. It's the same with camcorders: in a blind test, you may not be able to tell the difference between Sony A7III and Arri Alexa, but you pay for more information in the source, which gives the editor and colorist more options on post. 3. Low self-noise level. 4. Captures much less external noise (clicks, thumps, wall drilling, etc.) when recording, unlike many other microphones. Slightly moved sideways or back - the signal level dropped significantly.
  • 1. Meager equipment and packaging, compared to the same Rode for half the price. The spider alone will cost about another 10 You need to understand this. 2. He's tiny as hell. The size of an average fist. After unpacking, you get the feeling that you were given a cropped version of a normal microphone.