Mikrofone

Das erste von Eugen Beyer gebaute Mikrofon war das Tauchspulenmodell M 19 von 1939. Es wurde von der damaligen Reichs-Rundfunk-Gesellschaft (RRG) zum Standardmikrofon für Außenübertragungen erkoren, nachdem es – so die Legende – den Fall aus der zweiten Etage des „Hauses des Rundfunks“ an der Masurenallee in Berlin ohne Funktionsbeeinträchtigung überstanden hatte. Aber auch nach Einführung feingeistigerer technischer Prüfungen werden immer wieder beyerdynamic Mikrofone in der Rundfunk- und Fernsehproduktion eingesetzt.

 
M 59 N(C)
Dynamic directional microphone for ENG/EFP and interview applications
Article Number: 415677
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M 69 TG
Classic Microphone for vocals, pure sound for guitar amps and brass
Article Number: 437093
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M 88 TG
Legendary sound for vocals, bass drum and studio
Article Number: 437115
Available at authorized resellers
MCE 10.18
Condenser lavaliere microphone for presentations, moderations, theatre and musicals
Article Number: 471895
Available at authorized resellers
MCE 86 II
Electret condenser shotgun microphone
Article Number: 476595
Available at authorized resellers
 
 

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