Microphones

The M 19 was the first moving coil microphone build by Eugen Beyer back in 1939. It was used by the "Reichs-Rundfunk-Gesellschaft" (RRG - former German Broadcasting Association) as standard microphone for outside broadcasting, after - as the legend has it - it survived falling out of a second floor window of the "Haus des Rundfunks" ("House of Broadcasting") in the Masurenallee in Berlin without any malfunction. Even after introducing sophisticated technical tests beyerdynamic microphones are still used continuously in various broadcast and television productions.

 
M 201 TG
The classic dynamic, "workhorse stable" microphone for all instrumental applications
Article Number: 406910
Available at authorized resellers
M 59 N(C)
Dynamic directional microphone for ENG/EFP and interview applications
Article Number: 415677
Available at authorized resellers
M 69 TG
Classic Microphone for vocals, pure sound for guitar amps and brass
Article Number: 437093
Available at authorized resellers
M 88 TG
Legendary sound for vocals, bass drum and studio
Article Number: 437115
Available at authorized resellers
M 99
Large diaphragm dynamic microphone for instruments and on-air broadcasting
Article Number: 445394
Available at authorized resellers
 
 

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