Neumann TLM107 is a transformerless studio condenser microphone with 5 polar patterns, multiple pad and low cut options.
Capture vocals and instruments with breathtaking realism. Five polar patterns (omni, wide cardioid, cardioid, hypercardioid, figure-eight) along with variable pad (0, -6, -12dB) and low cut (lin, 40 Hz, 100 Hz) settings help make TLM 107 exceptionally flexible. The 131 dB dynamic range will grab anything from a whisper to massive drums without unwanted noise or distortion.
TLM 107 offers high definition sound quality at an affordable price. Neumann developed this microphone for project and home studio users who prefer to capture an uncoloured sound image – true to the original source – in order to retain all options for post processing and mixing. It offers all the flexibility required to make a high quality recording of any source in any situation.
As a member of Neumann’s TLM series, the TLM 107 operates with a transformerless circuit ensuring an open, transparent sound and a full, unrestricted bass transmission, even at highest levels. Two low cut settings are available to reduce rumble and compensate for the proximity effect in close miking situations. Even without engaging the two pad settings, the TLM 107 can handle enormous sound pressure levels of up to 141 dB without clipping (up to 153 dB with pre-attenuation).
The TLM 107 has a self-noise of only 10 dB-A, which is much lower than the ambient noise in a very quiet recording studio. In other words, the TLM 107 will add neither noise nor unwanted distortion to your recordings.