User Manuals, Guides and Specifications for your Neumann U47 Microphone. The last item is because the new switches seem to have a shorter slide travel, resulting in the ‘off’ position being noticeably closer to the centre of the microphone case’s switch slots than the bottom. The U47 was especially popular in US studios. The 47fet was intended to be a phantom-powered, FET version of the U47 tube microphone, designed a few years after the VF14 tube at the heart of the U47 became unavailable. or Best Offer. For example, the original U47 was the first large–diaphragm mic with a switchable polar pattern (1949), the KM84 was the first ever phantom–powered microphone (1966), and the TLM170 was the first mass–market transformerless microphone (1993). The U 47 created its legendary sound with precision German engineering and the perfect synergy of all the right elements: a large wire-mesh head grille surrounding a capsule design perfected in 1932, amplified by a wartime Telefunken vacuum tube feeding a custom-wound transformer. neumann – the world’s highest sound quality since 1928 Since 1928 the brand Neumann has been synonymous with perfect sound, pioneering research and development, and uncompromising quality. Self–noise is given as 18dBA, which, combined with the normal maximum SPL rating of 137dBA, gives an impressive potential dynamic range (A–weighted) of 119dB, rising to 129dB with the 10dB attenuation switched in. Send report . Although it still uses a dual–diaphragm or Braunmühl–Weber capsule, the U47 FET has a fixed cardioid pattern, so front/back capsule matching was far less critical for this application. The resulting microphone, which entered mainstream production in early 1972, was called the U47 FET, although it is often referred to simply as the ‘fet47’. This “vintage” microphone has a dynamic range of 119 dB! Although never as popular as a vocal mic as the original U47 — it sounds a little more ‘closed–in’ and flat than the original 47 (which has a much broader 5dB presence boost) — the FET 47 was still quite usable in this role too, particularly for male vocals and speech. Units produced before 1950 were … The new microphone is only available with the traditional satin nickel finish, whereas the original could be obtained with either matte black or nickel finishes (although I’ve never seen a black one!). Neumann U47 fet neumann u47 fet en parfait état, utilisation en studio uniquement. Rate product. Usefully, the base of the stand adaptor also incorporates a grip for mic cables up to 5mm in diameter (secured with a thumbwheel), which helps to isolate mechanical vibrations travelling along the cable. The original series, manufactured by Georg Neumann GmbH between 1949 and 1965, employed a tube design; early U 47s used the M 7 capsule, then replaced by the K 47 from 1958. Neumann U47 Fet, Wind shield and lead 20.04.2015 Thomann quoted a price lower than all the competition and I thought I needed to double check the item as I had thought that it would not be delivered from stock. Personally, I think Neumann made a mistake in sticking with the U47 moniker; it should have been christened the U57 or something to help break the sonic link with the U47, in much the same way that the transistorised U67 became the U87. Sort. Find great deals on eBay for neumann microphone u47. With Neumann’s capsule and Telefunken’s tube, together they made an incredible microphone that recorded a lot of great music. The FET 47’s high SPL-handling capability quickly made it a firm favourite for capturing kick drums, bass instruments, guitar amps, brass and many other demanding instrumental applications. pour toute infos contactez moi au 06 64 03 23 76 ou par mail : eBay: Microphone Storage Box for Neumann U47/ U48 Short Body (item Neumann U47 (Long Body) hi, here's your chance to get a fabulous neumann type u47 long body. Default Canada Only North America Worldwide. £400.00. DIY baffles & acoustically transparent material. 17 watching. The internal construction also changed slightly at the same time, with a plastic inner chassis instead of the traditional brass-plate-and-pillars assembly. However, for considerably less money, the Audio–Technica AT4047 is designed to deliver the U47 FET character too, albeit with a more modern styling. The Beatles' producer George Martin used the U 48 extensively in the group's recordings at Abbey Road Studios, London. NOK 31,190. Item Location. A genuinely precise reproduction of the classic U47 FET, built from the original plans, and available as a limited–run Collectors Edition. 4 text reviews in other languages available. Look at any jazz record sleeve from the 50s onwards and the chances are that if there’s a microphone in the picture, it’s a U 47. Free shipping. The mounting arm’s threaded stand–adaptor section is slightly smaller than early original models, too, again being the same revised design as employed on the post–1980 mics (and the TLM170, in fact). £15.00 postage. This raises the low frequency roll–off point from 40 to 140 Hz. 4 text reviews in other languages available. Frank Sinatra owned his own U 47;[5] Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, Bing Crosby, Tony Bennett and the Beatles also used it. According to the microphone manufacturer John Peluso, "it's hard to find an album recorded in the 1950s or 1960s that didn't have a U47 on it; the Beatles used the mike for almost every track they sang from 1962 through 1970". The U47 was manufactured by Neumann, but initially distributed by Telefunken. You may login with either your assigned username or your e-mail address. As a result we can now — for a short time, anyway — purchase a brand-new ‘Collectors Edition’ U47 FET. 16 watching. Of course, not everyone appreciates these technical advances — as evidenced by the great KM84 vs KM184 debate — but that’s a different matter! The Classic Telefunken Tube Mic! Neumann U47 Fet, Wind shield and lead. The nominal sensitivity is a very modest 8mV/Pa, and this can be further reduced in two ways. The U47 and U48 mics are similar. Neumann U47 FET limited edition quantity. The gain of the internal electronics can be attenuated by 10dB through a recessed slide–switch on the rear of the mic. Intended to recreate the sound of the original U 47, it enjoyed only limited success; however, the U 47 FET, being able to handle high-pressure levels, became popular among recording engineers as a bass drum microphone, and it is also appreciated as a brass, double bass, and guitar amp microphone. Consequently, there are a few very minor variances to accommodate modern production requirements, and I’ll detail some of those in a moment, but rest assured that in every way that matters, this new U47 FET is exactly the same as the old one. A sixth transistor serves as a voltage regulator to ensure a stable 43V power rail from the phantom supply. £3,099. Its modest 2dB of presence boost between about 2 and 5 kHz is enough to aid clarity and intelligibility in a mix, while the gentle proximity boost adds a degree of body and warmth. [1], Since Telefunken ceased production of VF 14 tubes in 1957, the U 47 was discontinued in 1965 and followed by the U 47 FET in 1969; it employed the same capsule (K 47) and a similar head grille but used solid-state circuitry (discrete op-amps). After 17 years of continuous production, the last U47 FET was built in 1986, by which time the U87 had evolved into the U87Ai as the default ‘studio microphone’ of choice, and the TLM170i had become the company’s flagship model. Well, Neumann’s press release for this reissued mic reflects on the fact that it played a significant role in shaping the sound of popular music in the ’70s and beyond, and that it is still a very common choice in today’s digital audio world. Nevertheless, the U47 FET became a highly regarded and immensely popular mic in its own right: different from an original 47, of course, but a useful and reliable workhorse all the same. The double capsule number is a source of confusion to many. Add to cart. Neumann U47 Dual-Pattern Tube Microphone #2372 (Vintage) Features Capsule: Tube: PSU: Cable: Mount: Box: Applications Although primarily used as a vocal mic, the U47 is sometimes used for room mics, drum overheads, pianos, stringed instruments or guitar cabs. Internally, this increases the amount of negative feedback around the FET, thus reducing the risk of front–end overload. Another minor detail change from the early FET 47s is that the capsule has gained a protective nylon collar across the top, providing some protection to the diaphragms in case the mic gets dropped and the flexibly mounted capsule accidentally strikes the grille housing. One of its particular strengths was an ability to cope with extremely high sound-pressure levels — up to 147dB SPL with the 10dB pad switched in (for comparison, the original U47 was getting pretty crunchy by 120dB SPL). Neumann also introduced the first digital microphone, the Solution–D, in 2003. For example, the original U47 was the first large–diaphragm mic with a switchable polar pattern (1949), the KM84 was the first ever phantom–powered microphone (1966), and the TLM170 was the first mass–market transformerless microphone (1993). £57.99. Otherwise, its transistorized head amplifier is an amazingly advanced design and a testament to Neumann’s state of the art engineering. Rate product. Best Match. It … Units produced before 1950 were distributed by Telefunken and bear the Telefunken logo. PreSonus StudioLive 32SC Series III Mixing Console. Specifications The U 47 fet was first manufactured from 1972 to 1986, and since then has been firmly established in the range of microphones used by many well-known studios. £10.00 postage. [1], The U 48, introduced by Neumann late 1957,[11] was identical to the U 47 except for the available polar patterns (cardioid and figure of eight instead of cardioid and omnidirectional). Consequently, these K49 capsules were specified for use in switchable pattern mics like the U47, U48, M49 and so on, where front and back capsule matching was critical to the overall performance. The new model should, therefore, actually be better than any original model — and not least because of the far tighter manufacturing tolerances of current K47/49 capsules. £300.00. Telefunken made vacuum tubes. Neumann U47 fet Supercardioid Condenser Microphone. The ‘Collectors Edition’ tag certainly suggests that, but whatever the underlying reason, Neumann are now building the U47 FET again, which is surely something to celebrate. The Design and History of the Legendary Neumann U47 Microphone. Database contains 1 Neumann U47 Manuals (available for free online viewing or downloading in PDF): Operating instructions manual . Each new Neumann model has brought some worthwhile technical improvement, incrementing the industry forward. Given the total authenticity of the new model’s construction, that surely makes it something of a bargain, even at its eye–watering price. However, in comparison to early FET 47s, one immediately obvious indication is that the milled polar–pattern symbol just below the grille is inverted. The K47 capsule design dates from 1958 and it was intended as a replacement for the M7 capsule employed in the earliest U47 mics (amongst others). Please give us the reason for your assessment in the following text box and – if possible – your e-mail address for further questions. Sonically, the current reissue is identical to the U 67 made from 1960-1971. Rare is the recording – whether classical, rock or Pop, news broadcasts or radio dialogue – which doesn’t feature at least one Neumann microphone. Importantly, the Collectors Edition U47 FET is manufactured directly from the original production documents and schematics, so this is not some kind of faux reissue with redesigned and modernised internals; Neumann genuinely have resumed production of the microphone as it was being manufactured from 1980. Web site designed & maintained by PB Associates & SOS. What is a "hybrid" audio interface anyway? The first example of this approach was the K67 capsule built for the U67 mic (using a Telefunken EF86 valve), which was itself intended as a direct replacement for the U47 in 1960. Jual Neumann U47 Mic Recording Condenser Multi Pattern harga termurah, barang baru, asli original dan garansi resmi. In most FET–80 microphones the FET impedance converter feeds the output transformer directly, but in the U47 FET (and U89), the FET buffer is followed by a further five bipolar–junction transistors, which essentially form a discrete op–amp to drive the output transformer. Berlokasi di daerah Harco Glodok, Jakarta Barat. The other star of those images was the microphone that ‘Ol’ Blue Eyes’ was singing into: the Neumann U 47. A whole generation of solid–state microphones using this new FET technology was introduced under the family name of the ‘FET–80’ range. Warm Audio WA-87 Large-Diaphragm Condenser Microphone Review. [1] To simulate the discontinued and obsolete VF 14 pentode, custom tubes and solid-state tube emulations have been manufactured specifically for the U 47 by Telefunken[8][9] and others. The U47 was the result of the pre- and post-war work of two companies: Telefunken and Georg Neumann GmbH. Beginning in 1962, Neumann offered a direct plug-in replacement kit ("AR 47") for the VF 14 featuring the Nuvistor 13 CW 4, which required minor power supply modification. £64.99. Equinox U47 enclosure. However, for only the second time to my knowledge (the other case being a limited edition U67 reissue in 1993), Neumann have uncharacteristically decided to revisit their past by recommencing the manufacture of a 46-year–old design which ceased production some 28 years ago. Thankfully the ‘on’ position is still unambiguously at the end of the slot next to the legend, though. £1,650.00. The original model employed a Tuchel output connector, but that was changed to an XLR and the model rebranded the U47 FET i. Any Condition New Open box Used. P.S. Neumann therefore denoted capsules with one perfect side and one less well–matched side as K47 FET capsules, specifically because they were only suitable for use in that model. An integral standmount is included, comprising a simple arm permanently attached and pivoted from the side of the mic body. Tersedia di yang merupakan website resmi penjual distributor sound system terlengkap. Again, this board is identical to the post–1980 version of the U47 FET. The review model was serial number 10083, but I believe standard production units are all over 10100. Guitar speaker magnet influence on close dynamic mic? P&P: + £1.09 P&P . or Best Offer. ... Save neumann u47 to get e-mail alerts and updates on your eBay Feed. [2][3], Neumann U 47 is regarded as one of several all-time preferred tube recording microphones ("The Big Five"). This is an important caveat because the original U47 FET went through a number of manufacturing variations over its production lifetime (as all models tend to do). Just like Telefunken U47, this product also comes with a wooden collector’s edition box, cardioid polar pattern, and a large diaphragm. Neumann U 67 – Return of the Legend We are very proud to announce the re-issue of the Neumann U 67 tube microphone, one of the most famous and desired microphones in recording history. of the original, with that same slightly two–dimensional sound, contrasting with the pronounced three–dimensionality of the progenitor U47. With the rapid advances being made in the late 1960s in the quality and capability of silicon transistors, Neumann decided to re–engineer the U47 as a solid–state, single-pattern microphone, using the recently perfected field–effect transistor (FET) to provide the high–impedance interface with the capsule. That was done in the Neumann … Each U47 microphone comes complete with M 940H power supply, M840TH 25’ Sommer tube microphone cable, M740 shock mount, FC40 locking flight case and WB40 wooden microphone box. A switchable high–pass filter is also provided, via another rear–panel slide–switch, to help control the mic’s proximity effect. Send report . This microphone really is a must-have for any musician or producer looking for an alternative to the legendary Neumann U87. Neumann KMR82 Vintage Microphone. Neumann U87Ai Microphone w/ Shockmount. 0 bids. The U47 FET was conceived in 1969, the driving impetus being that Telefunken had stopped production of the VF14 valve that was employed as the impedance converter in the original U47 microphone. Expensive — but likely to maintain its value alongside originals. A number of components are soldered directly to the underside of the socket and to the two slide–switches, which are supported on a metal frame. Free shipping incl. Georg Neumann founded his Berlin-based company in 1928 with his then-partner Erich Rickmann. According to the German expert Andreas Grosser, at least five different output transformers were used within the U 47.[1]. The aim is to reduce the risk of overloading the subsequent console or preamp, but this option was removed from the original FET 47 for the last couple of years of its production run. In every sensible interpretation of the term, Neumann really have ‘recommenced production’ of the U47 FET, but it should be noted that this new version isn’t actually identical to any specific original model, because it contains the best elements of several iterations drawn from across the 17–year production run. Why Are Some A-B Stereo Arrays Angled Outwards? The original series, manufactured by Georg Neumann GmbH between 1949 and 1965, employed a tube design; early U 47s used the M 7 capsule, then replaced by the K 47 from 1958. When the VK14k's ran out, Neumann made a retrofit kit using a tiny Nuvistor tube and even sold some U47's new with the Nuvistor and called those U47a's. As a successor to the U 47, Neumann introduced the U 67 (employing a Telefunken EF 86 tube) in 1960.[12]. £10.00 postage. To the casual eye, the Collectors Edition and original (post-1980) U47 FET microphone are absolutely identical — as they should be given that Neumann have ‘recommenced production’ rather than created a ‘new’ version! Ending 18 Oct at 8:08PM BST 8d 7h Click & Collect. First Look: Pro Tools | Carbon. The impressive Warm Audio WA-87 Condenser Mic is an outstanding U87 clone that delivers a stellar performance with incredibly rich sonics. Neumann have not given any clear information on how many Collectors Edition mics it intends to produce, but it’s rumoured to be around 100 — so get your order in quickly! For anyone not familiar with the U47 FET, I think it is fairly described as a ‘chunky’ microphone, measuring 160mm high by 63mm in diameter, and weighing a substantial 710 grams. However, there are a number of almost infinitesimally subtle constructional differences which would make a great ‘U47 FET nerd’ quiz! Even the hand–wired ‘rat’s nest’ of electronic components located around the switches under the top circuit board is made in exactly the same way as the original was (in the precise form that it was being built around 1972 — apparently later editions employed a PCB for these components!).
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