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Neumann BCM 705 Dynamic Studio Microphone
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With its hypercardioid directional pattern and tailored frequency response, the BCM 705 is a powerful addition to any recording studio. Perfect for v...Read More
With its hypercardioid directional pattern and tailored frequency response, the BCM 705 is a powerful addition to any recording studio. Perfect for vocal recording, it features an integrated pop filter, multi-level isolation to keep out unwanted noise, and a light treble boost in the frequency response from 2kHz to 9kHz that improves vocal clarity. Pop screens and grilles are replaceable for different users and easily removed for cleaning. Includes thread adapter for different sized threads.
The BCM 705 is the first dynamic Neumann microphone!
- Dynamic capsule
- Hypercardioid directional characteristic
- Characteristic, functionally optimized design
- Integrated, neutral pop protection
- Integrated elastic suspension
- Easy removal and cleaning of microphone headgrille (with bayonet mount)
- Mechanical compatibility with standard studio boom arms
- Multi-level isolation from external noise
BCM 705 Dynamic Studio Microphone
- Acoustical operating principle: Pressure gradient transducer
- Directional pattern: Hypercardioid
- Frequency range: 20Hz - 20kHz
- Sensitivity @ 1kHz into 10k ohm: 1, 7mV/Pa = —55, 4dB ±1 dB
- Rated impedance: 200 ohms
- Rated load impedance: >=10,000 ohms
- Equivalent SPL CCIR 468-3: 32dB
- Equivalent SPL DIN/IEC 651: 76dB
- S/N ratio CCIR 468-3: 62dB
- S/N ratio DIN.IEC 651: 76dB
- Weight: 1 lb.
- Diameter: 2-1/2"
- Length: 3-1/3"
- Height: 4-1/3"
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Comments about Neumann BCM 705 Dynamic Studio Microphone:
I was skeptical that any dynamic could be worth this much money, even with the Neumann badge attached, but when I mounted this mic and used it on the air for the first time, I was astonished. Its response is flat with a gentle enhancement at the high end (not a shred of shrill!) and a pattern that lets you move your head slightly to see your copy, but is still a nice, tight cardioid. It's a masterpiece well worth the price.