Neumann SG367 Microphone Clip MountUp for your consideration is a vintage Neumann model SG367 microphone clip clamp Mount for a U87 microphone. This clip shows some average signs of scuffing and wear, that would be normal for its age. It has spent the majority of its life on a studio "microphone closet" shelf. All threads look great and it functions 100. Please see photos for more details and feel free to contact with any questions before purchasing. Feel free to check out my other listings.I...tem ships free in the contiguous U.S.br style"font-family: quotTimes New Romanquot font-size: medium"
(M-2-C) JEWELRY ONLY - NOT A REAL INSTRUMENT This is an exquisitely detailed miniature (1 12") replica of the Neumann U 6787 Multipattern Condenser Mic. Made of high quality pewter, with a sturdy key ring attached. The U67 with tube electronics, and later the U87 with solid state electronics are world standard for soloist recording. New. KEY CHAIN for guy or gal. Quality is TOPS This is a LICENSED item by the manufacturers of the real instruments. DETAIL CANNOT BE FAULTED, EVEN BY PROFESSIONALS.... WE SHIP WORLDWIDE, see the chart for postage to your country. 02536
Neumann KM84i Vintage Microphone from the 1960s with Serial 2029 Original CaseUsed - Sounds Great Needs 48 Phantom Power Supply. With Original Storage Box. PRICED TO SELL.The "i" after KM84 indicates "International" which means the mic uses a common XLR (3 pin) connector. The first microphone made with 48v phantom power technology was the Neumann KM 84, a miniature microphone with a near perfect cardioid characteristic (due to the excellent KM64 capsule it contains). The circuit was made quite s...mall so that the mic could be made with a diameter of only 21 mm and a length of 110 mm. With phantom powering, a truly "miniature microphone" was now possibleThe KM 84 was designed with a 10 dB attenuation switch, therefore allowing the microphone to be used up close with loud instruments. By placing the pad at the gate of the field-effect transistor (FET), this "pre-attenuation" prevents the hot capsule signal from overloading the front end of the amplifier. With the switch on, a sound pressure level of 130 dB can pass through without distortion.What began as a modest interest in this new type of powering (and using a new connector for microphones) in 1966 resulted with the KM 84 as being one of the great success stories in Neumann's history. Following its introduction, all microphone manufacturers began to produce or modify models for 48 volt phantom powering and this system has since become the world standard for condenser microphone powering.48 Volt Phantom Powered. From the very start, Neumann has maintained close relations with the people using its products. The suggestions, wishes and demands of these important customers often lead to the development of new standards and the introduction of novel techniques. One particularly important development began with a visit by Neumann staff to Oslo, Norway, in 1966.Norwegian State Television planned to outfit a new station which would use transistor-based microphones. Instead of using the German 12 Volt wire circuit system, the engineers wished to use the station's existing central 48 Volt DC system. Neumann suggested a circuit in which the microphone could be operated with this 48 Volt supply by dividing the voltage across the two modulation pins and developing the necessary current in reference to the cable shield..This system is devised by using two matching 6.8k Ohm resistors where the positive pole of both modulation wires are fed to these resistors and recovered in the microphone. Due to the high degree of balance (because of the carefully matched resistors), no potential difference voltage exists between the modulation wires. Thus the term "Phantom Power" has come to be understood as a powering system where no voltage is developed between the modulation pins of the microphone and thus "does not appear" unless used with a corresponding microphone.This type of powering system has several advantages, one being particularly important in standard applications. Phantom powering allows for the connection of dynamic and ribbon mics without damage. All microphones with a symmetrical, ungrounded output can also be used with this powering scheme. Even tube microphones, with their separate power supplies, can be connected to a Phantom supply without problems.VINTAGE MICROPHONE TESTED WORKING - SOLD AS IS
Neumann Gefell Vintage Microphone UM 57 Made in Germany with Box Conditions: Almost in perfect conditions like new, the person I bought from told me that is in unused conditions, but I didn't tested it if it works or not, so please consider that I selling the microphone as isPayment: I accept paypalShipping: I will ship by registered air mail by Albanian Post and delivery time would be 2 - 3 weeks and in some times 1 monthReturns: I don't accept returns for this itemBid with confidenceThank you ...
Vintage Neumann U67 Original, very Early Serial No. Condition is Used. I bought this from Vintage King, they had completely serviced and refuirbished it. The mic sounds amazing I have a few others of these and havent used this so Im letting it go. Shipped with USPS Priority Mail.