Neumann KH 870

Neumann KH 870 Active Studio Subwoofer

£3,245.83 ex VAT
Neumann KH 810 Active Studio Subwoofer

Neumann KH 810 Active Studio Subwoofer

£1,750.00 ex VAT
Neumann KH 80 DSP (White)

Neumann KH 80 DSP - White (Pair)

£715.83 ex VAT
Neumann KH 80 DSP (Black)

Neumann KH 80 (Pair)

£720.00 ex VAT
Neumann KH420 3-way Active Studio Monitor (Pair)

Neumann KH 420 (Pair)

£6,980.00 ex VAT
Neumann EA1 Shockmount (Nickel)

Neumann EA1 - Nickel

£179.00 ex VAT
Neumann BCM 104

Neumann BCM104

£707.50 ex VAT
Neumann BCM 705

Neumann BCM 705 Broadcast Microphone

£440.83 ex VAT
Neumann KH Atmos Bundle

Neumann Atmos (3x KH420, 4 x KH310, 4 x KH120, 1 x KH870)

£21,666.67 ex VAT
Neumann 149  065404 elastic

Neumann 149 065404 elastic

£15.00 ex VAT
Neumann U67 Reissue
On sale

Neumann U67 Re-Issue (B-stock)

£5,395.00 £5,995.00
£4,495.83 ex VAT
Neumann KK185 nx hypercardioid capsule, Nextel black

Neumann KM185 nx hypercardioid capsule, Nextel black

£515.00 ex VAT

In the late 1920s, Neumann founded his own company called "Neumann & Co." and began experimenting with microphone designs. His goal was to create high-quality microphones that could capture sound with exceptional accuracy and clarity. Neumann's dedication and technical expertise soon earned him a reputation for excellence in the audio industry.

In 1931, Neumann introduced the CMV 3, one of the world's first commercially available condenser microphones. This breakthrough design utilized a thin metal diaphragm and a charged capacitor to convert sound waves into electrical signals. The CMV 3 quickly gained recognition for its superior audio quality and became a preferred choice among professionals.

Throughout the 1930s, Neumann continued to refine his microphone designs and introduced several notable models, including the CMV 4 and CMV 5. These microphones featured improved sensitivity and frequency response, further solidifying Neumann's reputation as a leading innovator in the field.

However, World War II posed significant challenges to Neumann's operations. The company was forced to halt microphone production as resources were redirected to support the war effort. Despite the adversity, Neumann managed to keep the company afloat by producing measurement devices for the military.

Following the war, Neumann resumed his microphone manufacturing endeavors. In 1947, the company unveiled the iconic U 47 tube microphone, which would go on to become one of the most revered and sought-after microphones in history. The U 47's warm and rich sound, coupled with its distinct look and build quality, made it a favorite among recording engineers and musicians worldwide.

Over the years, Neumann Microphones expanded its product lineup and introduced a wide range of microphones catering to different applications and budgets. Notable models include the U 87, which became a studio standard for recording vocals and instruments, and the KM 84, a small-diaphragm condenser microphone favored for its accuracy and versatility.

In 1991, Georg Neumann GmbH was acquired by Sennheiser Electronic, a renowned audio company. This partnership provided Neumann with additional resources and global reach while preserving the brand's commitment to uncompromising audio quality.

Today, Neumann Microphones continues to produce world-class studio microphones, maintaining the legacy of Georg Neumann's commitment to excellence. Their products are revered by professionals in recording studios, broadcast facilities, and live sound environments, delivering pristine audio capture for a wide range of applications.

The story of Neumann Microphones is a testament to the relentless pursuit of sonic perfection and the enduring legacy of Georg Neumann, whose vision and engineering prowess revolutionized the field of audio recording and reproduction.

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