For many years the analog version of the TLM 103 D has played an important role for ambitious home recording and project studios. This microphone has made the Neumann sound available to a broad spectrum of demanding audio engineers and musicians. The TLM 103 D provides all of the sound features of its analog counterpart, in addition to the advantages of digital circuit technology described above.
Pure Neumann capsule sound.
Includes swivel mount
Large diaphragm cardioid microphone
The satisfaction of recording the uncolored original, with no "bottlenecks" between the capsule and the recording system.
Pressure gradient transducer with with one-diaphragm capsule
The legendary Neumann sound in the digital realm.
Reduced time requirements and personnel costs, particularly due to faster post production processing.
Lower investment costs, since separate A/D converters and preamps are no longer needed. This also means space and weight savings (e.g. in the OB van).
Anti-clipping processing ensures handling safety, and reduces stress.
The guarantee of having one of the best A/D converters available.
|Operating Principle||Pressure Gradient|
|Frequency Range||20 Hz to 20 kHz|
|Signal to Noise Ratio||76 dB CCIR87 dB A-Weighted|
|Equivalent Noise Level||7 dB A-Weighted|
|Maximum SPL||138 dB SPL 0.5%|
|Load Impedance||1 kOhms|
|Sensitivity||23 mV/PA @ 1 kHz into 1 kOhms|
|Power Requirements||48 V+/- 4 V|
|Output Connectors||3-pin XLR|
|Operating Current Consumption||3 µA|
|Length||5.20" (132 mm)|
|Diameter||2.36" (60 mm)|
|Weight||15.87 oz (450 g)|
|Package Weight||2.77 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||10.0 x 5.0 x 4.0"|