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Neumann KM 184 nickel

Kondensatormikrofon med nyre-karakteristikk

Neumann KM 184 nickel
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Neumann's KM184 er dagens versjon av de klassiske KM-mikrofonene som ble designet på slutten av 60-tallet da Neumann adopterte fantomspenningsprinsippet i sine mikrofoner. KM 84 er ved siden av Neumann's U47, U67 og U87 et av firmaets mest kjente produkter. KM184 er tilpasset dagens moderne lydbilde, men har alle de tekniske fortrinnene som gjorde KM 84 så uendelig populær.

KM184 er en klassisk sigarformet kondensatormikrofon med liten kapsel. Mikrofonen har mange mulige bruksområder, deriblant nærmikking av strenge-instrumenter, overhead og spot-mikking av trommer og perkusjon, og grunnet sine beskjedne fysiske mål er den også svært plasseringsvennlig. KM 184 finnes også som matchet stereo-par, og denne løsningen er bl.a. brukt til opptak av kor og/eller orkestergrupper.

The KM 184 is known as "the" acoustic guitar microphone, but don't pigeon-hole it. This microphone also works well for overheads, speech applications, and spot mics. The SKM 184 works well as a high-quality stereo pair for professional live and studio recording. An industry standard that began with the KM 84 is continued by the more modern, quiet, and affodable KM 184.

The "Series 180" consists of three compact miniature microphones with patterns that satisfy the demands of all common studio applications.

The "Series 180" consists of three compact miniature microphones with patterns that satisfy the demands of all common studio applications.

The tremendously successful KM 184 cardioid microphone has become a standard within the global studio community in just a very short time. All "Series 180" microphones are available with either matte black or nickel finish.

It comes in a folding box with a windshield and two stand mounts that permit connection to the microphone body, or the XLR-connector.

Features

Condenser mic
Of the "fet100" series with a transformerless microphone circuit
Capsule with cardiod pick-up pattern
Exceptionally low inherent self-noise (16dB A-weighted)
Exceptionally high overload capacity (up to 138dB SPL before overload)
Exceptionally clear sound reproduction free of coloration
Very smooth frequency curves parallel to 0 degrees sound incidence
20Hz to 20kHz frequency range
Equivalent loudness level due to inherent noise: 16dB (DIN/IEC 651 dB-A), 25dB (CCIR 468-3 weighted)
S/N ratio re:1Pa @ 1kHz, (CCIR 468-3 weighted) 69dB (S/N = 94dB - equiv. noise) A-weighted: 78dB
Max SPL for less than 0.5% THD: 138dB
Total dynamic range of the microphone amplifier (Max SPL-self noise): 122dB
Requires 48V phantom powering ±4 V
Applications
Their slender shapes and the transmission characteristics described below make the "Series 180" especially suitable for a very wide range of tasks in the radio and television sector.

Acoustic features
The KM 184 microphone is the successor of the well proven KM 83 and KM 84, which have been used since the seventies worldwide with great success.

The pressure gradient transducer KM 184 features very smooth frequency responses not only for the 0-degree axis, but also for lateral (off-axis) sound incidence. In typical usage, there is no coloration of sound over a wide pickup angle.

Although the KM 184 has the same capsule as the KM 84, the microphone differs slightly on the 0-degree frequency response: The KM 184 has a gentle rise at about 9 kHz, a characteristic that was introduced very successfully with the KM 140. The result is a tonal balance that is fresher and livelier when compared to the KM 84 with its flat frequency response in that band.

This difference was achieved with just a slight change of the capsule's rear opening, and is not due to resonances.

Electrical features
The "Series 180" microphones have the same transformerless circuitry as is used in the KM 100 system, resulting in excellent technical specifications.

Compared to the KM 84 the dynamic range of the KM 184 increased by 24 dB mainly through the reduction of self-noise level to only 22 dB (CCIR) and an increased sound pressure handling capability of up to 138 dB.

Compared to the KM 84 the dynamic range of the KM 184 increased by 24 dB mainly through the reduction of self-noise level to only 22 dB (CCIR) and an increased sound pressure handling capability of up to 138 dB.

The output of the "Series 180", as in all Neumann microphones, is balanced and phantom (48V) powered.

Economy
The "Series 180" is a good choice for all users who look for a high-quality miniature microphone, but do not need the complex, modular KM 100 system, which continues to be part of the Neumann product range.

The "Series 180" is a good choice for all users who look for a high-quality miniature microphone, but do not need the complex, modular KM 100 system, which continues to be part of the Neumann product range.

Appl. Hints

As XY and ORTF stereo pair
Announcer's mic for broadcasting
Spot mic, overhead
Close miking of strings, wind instruments, percussion, piano, Leslie speakers, guitar amps
These are just some of the most common applications. We recommend additional experimentation to gain maximum use from this microphone.

Freq. Response 20Hz-20kHz
Kind Small Diaphragm Condenser
Max. SPL 138 dB
Notes Available in Stereo Pairs, Available in Black or Nickel
Polar Pattern Cardioid