M 367

Common name: Neumann M 367

Production Status: Discontinued / Vintage

Related Mics:

Neumann 269c

The M 367 is a special version of the Neumann M 269c manufactured for the French market with a “SOGIE” connector. It was produced from 1966 to 1976. The M 269c is the last version of the M 269, a microphone manufactured by Neumann from 1962 to 1973. The M 269 is a broadcast version of the U 67  equipped with a Telefunken AC 701 k tube instead of the EF 86. In the “c” version the tube cathode coupling is different resulting in lower noise figures (as with all AC 701 equipped Neumann microphones). The M 367 fatures the same polar pattern switch as the U 67. The three patterns are selected on the microphone and it is not remotely adjustable like the M 269. Polar patterns properties are common with U 67  and the M 269 as the capsule and head grille are identical. The microphone requires a special cable with a SOGIE connector. The M 367 and the M 269 exhibit a different frequency response from a U 67 due to the different vacuum tube employed.

Electrical Characteristics

Frequency Response
30Hz - 16 kHz
Output Sensitivity
1 mV/Pa
Max SPL
114
Max SPL, THD:
0.5
Self Noise (CCIR)
dB
Self Noise (DIN/IEC)
dB-A
Output Impedance
50 or 200Ω
Recommended Load
1kΩ
Powering
Supply Current
mA
Alternative Powering
Tube Model
Telefunken AC 701

Switchable Options

Pad
10 dB
Filter/EQ
Low-cut filter

Physical Characteristics

Connector
Sogie (ORTF)
Connector notes
Available Colours
Weight
590 g
Length
201 mm
Min diameter width
Max diameter
56 mm
Depth

Accessories

Included
Optional