KM 183754 €
Common name: Neumann KM 183
Production Status: In production
KM is the acronym for “kleinmikrophon” meaning “little microphone”. This type of microphone was introduced in 1953 by Neumann with the KM 53. The KM 183 belongs to the “fet 100” series of transformer-less P48 phantom-powered microphones family. The KM 183 was introduced in 1999 and replaced the popular KM 83 microphone. The microphone employs the K 30 pressure (omnidirectional) capsule, derived from the AK 30 active element developed for the KM 100 series modular system. This miniature microphone is shorter than the KM 83 and is available in nickel finishing or matt black, with an XLR-3 connector. The K 30 transducer has a boost of approximately 7dB at 10kHz in the free field. In the diffuse sound field, it has a flat frequency response. Includes windscreen and swivel stand mount.