Neumann KM84 | SNR 092 | 1967

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Neumann KM84 | Vintage small diaphragm condenser mic

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The Neumann KM84 was developed in the mid 1960´s and it was the first phantom powered condenser mic neumann ever build. The KM84 is a small diaphragm condenser mic with a near-perfect cardioid pattern which maintains frequency response even 130-degrees off-axis and yields a very natural sound without comb-filtered artifacts due to bleed from other instruments.
As is the case with all Neumann products, the "i" designation is for microphones that shipped with an XLR output connector for export to the US. KM 84 (no i) is electrically the same, but has a din-type Tuchel connector for the output.
The mic offered here has a very early serial number (092) and ths must be from 1966 or 1967. It comes with the origial neumann shock mount. The shock mount looks a little worn out, but it still works well. Also the Neumann KM box shown on the picture is included. The microphone was tested and had a normal noisefloor and no distortion. It works well even though the cosmetic condition is not mint. 

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