Neumann TLM 193 Microphone


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The Neumann TLM 193 Microphone is a reference class studio microphone with cardioid polar pattern. Featuring especially low self noise level combined with highest output capability, transformerless circuit, and extraordinarily true sound transduction free of coloration, the TLM 193 is an affordable microphone, extremely easy to use.

The Neumann TLM 193 Microphone is a studio condenser microphone with transformerless (TLM) circuit technology and a cardioid directional characteristics. It offers even frequency response, excellent transient behavior, and very low self-noise and distortion.

Simply Beautiful & Beautifully Simple
The Neumann TLM 193 is a reference class studio microphone for project studios and all applications that do not require selectable polar patterns. The Neumann TLM 193 is a switchless design with a fixed cardioid pattern and a remarkably even frequency response. This makes it extremely easy to use: Just aim it at the source and press record.

What You Hear is What You Get
The Neumann TLM 193 is a studio condenser microphone with an exceptionally uniform cardioid pattern for a very linear response both on- and off-axis. This makes the Neumann TLM 193 a very truthful and straightforward microphone which will capture the source and its room ambience without unwanted coloration. Thus, the Neumann TLM 193’s sound image is very close to what you hear with your own ears.

Pure Cardioid
Technically speaking, the Neumann TLM 193 is a streamlined, cardioid-only version of Neumann's acclaimed reference microphone TLM 170 R. It uses the same K 89 large diaphragm capsule, which is a modern, edge-terminated design uniting the benefits of large and small diaphragm microphones. The Neumann TLM 193 combines the superior linearity and fast transient response of a small diaphragm capsule with the smoothness and high sensitivity only a large diaphragm microphone offers. As a member of our Neumann TLM series, the Neumann TLM 193 uses transformerless circuitry which minimizes transmission losses and ensures a vast dynamic range of 130 dB. This means, the Neumann TLM 193 is able to capture very soft and very loud sources without sonic degradation. In numbers: The Neumann microphone’s self-noise of only 10 dB-A is way below the ambient noise in even a very quiet recording studio. And without requiring a pad switch, the Neumann TLM 193 is able to handle extreme sound pressure levels of up to 140 dB free from distortion artifacts.

Simply Beautiful
Its sonic purity and technical excellence make the Neumann TLM 193 a very easy to use microphone for many applications. Just point it at the source to capture its natural sonic beauty. The Neumann TLM 193 is a superb microphone for vocals and speech, especially dubbing and voice-over work, where it will capture the authentic voice character without “added flavors”. Of course, the Neumann TLM 193 may also be used for a great variety of instruments such as acoustic and electric guitar, drums and percussion, piano, and much more. The Neumann TLM 193 is mainly designed for home, project, and broadcast studios but is also a very useful and versatile addition for larger setups. Its linear, uncolored sound image both on- and off-axis makes the Neumann TLM 193 an excellent spot mic in orchestral recordings e.g. for low strings, woodwinds and brass. Due to its slightly smaller size and dark color scheme, the Neumann TLM 193 is visually unobtrusive.

Neumann TLM 193 Microphone Features

  • Very easy to use, even for novices
  • Uncompromised Neumann quality for small studios
  • Large diaphragm capsule with cardioid pattern
  • Even frequency response on- and off-axis
  • Transformerless circuitry with high SPL capability
  • Extremely low self-noise

Neumann TLM 193 Microphone Specifications

  • Acoustic Operating Principle: Pressure Gradient Transducer
  • Directional Pattern: Cardiod
  • Frequency Range: 20 Hz - 20 kHz
  • Sensitivity at 1 kHz into 1 k?: 18 mV/Pa –35 dBV ± 1 dB
  • Rated Impedance: 50 ?
  • Rated Load Impedance: 1000 ?
  • Signal-to-Noise Ratio (rel. 94 dB SPL): 73 dB, A-Weighted; 84 dB-A
  • Equivalent Noise Level: 21 dB, A-Weighted; 10 dB-A
  • Maximum SPL for THD = 0.5%: 140 dB
  • Maximum Output Voltage: 13 dBu
  • Supply Voltage: 48 V ± 4 V
  • Current Consumption: 3 mA
  • Weight: 480 g
  • Dimensions (Diameter / Length): 49 mm / 175 mm
  • Operating Temperature Range: 0 °C - +70 °C (32 °F - 158 °F)
  • Storage Temperature Range: -20 °C - +70 °C (-4 °F - 158 °F)
  • Humidity Range: Max. 90 % at +20 °C

Neumann TLM 193 Microphone Includes

  • Neumann TLM 193 Microphone
  • SG 2 Swivel Mount
  • Wooden Box
  • Manufacturer Warranty

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  • 5
    Neutral magic
    Rafferty Santiago

    I own a tlm 193 since last year, and it is one of my best investments. It is a really detailed mic, but neutral sounding. Making it great when you pair it with a preamp because it lets the preamp add its color in a subtle way. People talk about how the u87 is a great mic and how it takes eq, but i can assure you this mic can be eq'd a lot, and still sound natural and amazing.