Neumann TLM 103 Anniversary Condenser Microphone, Cardioid


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Neumann TLM 103 Anniversary Condenser Microphone, Cardioid

  • Large diaphragm cardioid microphone
  • Extremely low noise: 7 dB-A
  • Straightforward handling for homerecording and professional studios
  • Set includes microphone, shockmount and briefcase

Product Description

The TLM 103 is one of the standards for home recording and the music industry. It is the ideal large diaphragm microphone for all professional and semi-professional applications requiring the utmost in sound quality on a limited budget. By utilizing the tried and true transformerless circuit found in numerous Neumann microphones, the TLM 103 features ultra low self-noise coupled with high sound pressure level capability. The cardioid capsule, derived from the legendary U 87, is acoustically well-balanced and provides extraordinary attenuation of signals from the rear. Because of it’s universal cardioid pattern, straightforward handling, extremely low self-noise level, the TLM 103 is an ideal choice for all demanding applications. This include home recording, professional broadcasting and commercial recording studios. The TLM 103 is equipped with a large diaphragm capsule with cardioid pattern. This pattern, used in most studio recording situations, attenuates unwanted rear sound while off-axis sounds are rendered naturally. This also leads to high feedback suppression for use in live situations or where loudspeaker playback is a factor. The TLM 103 is addressed from the front, marked with the red Neumann logo on the microphone body. The K 103 large capsule diaphragm is based on the K 87, well known from the legendary U 67 / U 87 microphones. It has has a flat frequency response up to about 5 kHz, and above that, a wide flat 4 dB presence boost. The large wire mesh headgrille protects the capsule from plosive sounds and effectively prevents pop noises. The TLM 103 is an excellent choice for versitlity, performanc and long-term value.

The Neumann TLM 103 Anniversary Set is a large-diaphragm studio microphone set designed for professional and semi-professional applications that require the utmost in sound quality on a limited budget. The set includes a Neumann TLM 103 microphone and durable EA 1 shockmount, bundled in an attractive aluminum case. The TLM 103 Anniversary Set features the tried-and-true transformerless circuit found in other sought-after Neumann microphones, with low self-noise and high sound pressure level transmission. The capsule, derived from the classic Neumann U 87, offers a cardioid pattern, well-balanced acoustics and extraordinary attenuation of rear signals.

About Neumann

Neumann is regarded worldwide as the standard-setting, leading manufacturer of fine microphones for the studio and the stage. Neumann microphones are requested by artists and engineers alike for their unique sonic character, robust and attractive design, and carefully developed technology. Neumann recently introduced its line of studio monitors, making the brand the perfect partner for both the input and the output of the audio signal path. Each Neumann product is subject to rigorous quality control processes, ensuring that you acquire a product with unsurpassed sound quality, reliability and lasting value.


  • Large-diaphragm cardioid microphone
  • Pressure gradient transducer with one-diaphragm capsule
  • Transformerless circuitry
  • Extremely low noise: 7 dB-A
  • Straightforward handling for home recording and professional studios
  • Available in two finishes: nickel and matte black

Recommended applications

  • Vocals
  • As an announcer’s mic for broadcasting and voiceovers
  • For home and professional recording studios
  • As a spot microphone for wind instruments, strings, percussion, guitar amps and drum overhead


  • TLM 103
  • EA 1 shockmount in aluminum briefcase
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