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.

 
MCE 10.18
Condenser lavaliere microphone for presentations, moderations, theatre and musicals
Article Number: 471895
Available at authorized resellers
MCE 58
Electret condenser microphone for ENG/EFP (omni)
Article Number: 450367
Available at authorized resellers
MCE 60.18
Condenser lavaliere microphone (omnidrectional) für theatre, musical, film and TV applications
Article Number: 469548
Available at authorized resellers
MCE 72
Stereo electret-condenser microphone, battery powered
Article Number: 465461
Available at authorized resellers
MCE 72 PV CAM
Stereo electret-condenser microphone, phantom power 11-52 V
Article Number: 492612
Available at authorized resellers
MCE 86 II
Electret condenser shotgun microphone
Article Number: 476595
Available at authorized resellers
TG I53c
Condenser microphone (cardioid) for instruments
Article Number: 707155
Available at authorized resellers
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TG L55c (tan)
Condenser clip-on microphone (omnidirectional), waterprotected, for film and theatre applications
Article Number: 707201
Available at authorized resellers
 
 

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