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Neumann TLM 107 - Black

Multi-pattern large diaphragm condenser microphone combining Neumann’s innovative transformerless circuit with an all new capsule design for unparalleled sound quality - black
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Neumann TLM 107 - Black
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The Neumann TLM 107 is a multi pattern large diaphragm condenser microphone that combines Neumann’s innovative transformerless circuit with an all new capsule design for unparalleled sound quality. Featuring intuitive controls for pre attenuation, high-pass filtering, and five selectable polar patterns, the TLM 107 offers the flexibility you need to record any instrument.


The TLM 107 uses Neumann’s newly developed double diaphragm capsule, inspired by the new D-01 large diaphragm condenser digital microphone. While the linear setting offers linear sound reproduction below 8 kHz, it uses a slight high frequency boost to add brilliance and freshness to recordings. The TLM 107 uses a an acoustically optimized grille carefully designed to prevent popping sounds from plosives and minimize sensitivity to humidity and other environmental influence.

Ideal for percussion and stringed instruments, the TLM 107 delivers a clean, natural sound unlike any other microphone in its class.


The TLM 107 uses a completely new user interface to adjust various settings on the microphone itself. A single navigation switch is used to set the low cut filter, polar pattern and pre attenuation levels using LED indicators.

Select between traditional cardioid, omnidirectional, and figure-8 patterns—as well as wide-angle cardioid and hypercardioid for the perfect amount of ambience. The low cut filter features three settings: linear, 40 Hz, or 100 Hz. The 40 Hz setting is great for rolling off unwanted interference noise, while the 100 HZ settings is ideally suited for speech and vocal recordings.

Neumann’s legendary transformerless circuit offers a massive dynamic range, with a maximum sound pressure level of 141 dB SPL. Engage the two-stage pre-attenuation setting to record signals as loud as 153 dB SPL without distortion.


  • State of the art, yet affordable large diaphragm microphone
  • Versatile studio workhorse for vocals and instruments
  • Extremely flexible: 5 polar patterns, multiple pad and low cut options
  • Transformerless circuitry for ultra-transparent sound
  • Extremely low self-noise
  • Distortion-free even at highest sound pressure levels

Additional Information

Condition New
Package Contents TLM 107 Microphone, SG 2 stand mount swivel, and wooden box
Length 145 mm
Diameter 64 mm
Unit Weight 445 g
Transducer Type Condenser
Polar Pattern Cardioid, Bi-Directional / Figure-Eight, Omni-Directional, Hyper-Cardioid, Wide Cardioid
Number of Microphones Single Microphone
Impedance Rated: 50 Ohms / Rated load: 1 kOhm
Frequency Range 20 Hz - 20 kHz
Sensitivity -39.2 dBV/Pa (11 mV)
Max. SPL 141 dB
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