Neumann BCM 104
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- Designed using 3D simulations Large-diaphragm condenser capsule Cardioid pattern with internally switchable proximity effect compensation Sensitivity switchable to -14dB Head grille twists off easily for quick cleaning Optional, color-coded head grilles Built-in pop screen Elastic mount handles structure-borne noise; compatible with standard broadcast-segment microphone arms
- The large-diaphragm condenser capsule used in the BCM 104 has a cardioid pattern with internally switchable proximity effect compensation
- A second switch allows the sensitivity to be reduced by 14dB
- The BCM 104 features an exceptionally low self-noise of 7 dB(A) and an overload capability extending to 138dB SPL and a dynamic range of 131dB (DIN/IEC 651)
- Smooth, full response is ideal for vocals
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Broadcast microphone with a condenser capsule and a functionally optimized design, featuring integrated pop protection, suppression of structure-borne noise and a cardioid directional characteristic.
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I have been using Neumann microphones for years in my recording studio. I am using a Neumann M149 for main male vocalists. I recently purchased a BCM 104 and put this up next to the M149. Surprisingly the 104 is darn close to the 149. It is a cardioid patterned microphone instead of multi patterned. I use it for back ground vocalists. Prior to that I was using a 414XLS!
I was very surprised. I will be purchasing a second BCM 104 in the next few months.
I have a 20 piece Jazz Ensemble to record in 3 weeks and will try it out on a trumpet. I usually hang a U87.
I have never seen this on a shootout. Maybe a project would be comparison review!