ORIGINAL KLANGFILM E51 CONDENSER MIC+AC701 TUBE+NEUMANN M7+ANDREAS GROSSER PSU!

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KLANGFILM E51 VINTAGE LARGE DIAPHRAGM CARDIOID TUBE CONDENSER MICROPHONE


















Complete with original case, custom made power supply, output transformer and cables

Excellent condition, has the same M7 capsule as the Neumann U47/M49, same AC701 tube as the Neumann M49. Works perfectly, serviced by Andreas Grosser, who custom built the power supply in a Neumann Gefell housing - sounds incredible!

This was produced by Klangfilm as a more compact competitor to the Neumann U47 and M49, to allow less obtrusive sound recording for film productions. Klangfilm accomplished the relativelyÌ_åÇÌÎÌ__ compact design of the mic by placing the output transformer in a separate housing. The mic itself is just the shock mounted capsule, AC701 tube and necessary electronics. A cable connects to the output transformer, then another cable to the power supply. Plug and play, you'll just need a voltage transformer for the power supply if you're using 110VAC, a power cable and XLR cable. Everything else is included.

Works perfectly, sounds incredible

Large diaphragm cardioid shock mounted capsule

The Klangfilm company was founded in 1928 with two major shareholders: Siemens and AEG (owner of Telefunken). In February 1929 Klangfilm was coupled with Tobis. In Paris, in 1930, the new Tobis-Klangfilm company signed a very important contract with the General and Western Electric Company. This contract reserved exclusive rights of distribution and licensing of recording and cinema equipment in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, The Netherlands and other Eurpean states.
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In 1941 Siemens acquired the part held by AEG and after WWII the former plant in Leipzig remained in East Germany, but the Siemens AG was located in West Germany (Munic). This way the production was restarted in the Siemens plant in Karlsruhe. Many products were sold with Siemens brand name as well as with Klangfilm logo (when distributed for cinemas).


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