Why you need the Neumann U 87 AI MT Microphone The U 87 presents a wide range of features and versatility that make it to one of the most desirable mics available. Neumann’s users are recognising the microphone immediately by its distinctive design. Well-known for its warm and well balanced characteristics - your perfect choice as vocal microphone for all types of music and speech. The usage as main microphone for orchestra recordings or as spot mic for single instruments make it the most general-purpose microphone - in studios, for broadcasting, film and television. 
  •  Acoustical Operating Principle: Pressure gradient transducer 
  •  Directional Pattern: Omnidirectional, cardioid, figure8 plus 
  •  Frequency range: 20 Hz20 kHz 
  •  Sensitivity at 1 kHz into 1 kohm: 20/28/22 mV/Pa* 
  •  Rated impedance: 200 ohms 
  •  Rated load impedance: 1000 ohms 
  •  Equivalent SPL CCIR 4683: 26/23/25 dB* 
  •  Equivalent SPL DIN/IEC 651: 15/12/14 dBA* 
  •  S/N ratio CCIR 4683: 68/71/69 dB* 
  •  S/N ratio DIN/IEC 651: 79/82/80 dB* 
  •  Maximum SPL for THD 0.5%: 117 dB (cardioid) 
  •  Maximum SPL for THD 0.5% with preattenuation: 127 dB 
  •  Maximum output voltage: 390 mV 
  •  Dynamic range of the microphone amplifier cardioid DIN/IEC 651: 105 dB 
  •  Supply voltage: 48 V  4 V 
  •  Current consumption: 0.8 mA 
  •  Matching connectors: XLR3F 
  •  Weight: 500 g 
  •  Diameter: 56 mm 
  •  Length: 200 mm

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  • U 87 Ai mt Large Diaphragm Multipattern Condenser Microphone
Microphone Type
  • Large-Diaphragm Condenser
Polar Pattern
  • Multipattern
  • Wired
  • Analog

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