67400 kr incl VAT
Historically accurate reproduction of the famous U67 – the legend returns!
With the reissue of the classic Neumann U 67 , you
can now add a little piece of history to your mic locker. The U 67
reissue is a replica of the vintage models and features 100% historical
accuracy – from sonic qualities to construction of the casing and power
The reissue is, in fact, so historically accurate, that vintage
components can be swapped into the casing or power supply without any
issue. The microphone includes the legendary KK67 capsule and EF86 tube,
with three selectable polar patterns including Cardioid, Omni and
The power supply has been slightly modified to meet EU regulations,
other than that, the components and housing are to the vintage specs.
The reissued power supply is fully compatible with vintage U 67s or
U 67 Microphone
Z 48 elastic suspension
NU 67 V power supply
UC 5 microphone cable
Vintage-style Neumann case
The Neumann U 67’s origins begin in the late 50s, as the successor to
Neumann’s flagship microphone, the U 47. The VF14 tube, which helped
contribute to the U 47 sound, was being withdrawn from production by
Telefunken, necessitating the creation of a new microphone.
The U 67 features a host of new technological advancements. Mylar was
used for the capsule membrane, held in tension by a brass ring as
opposed to glue; an internal cutoff filter and external pad switch
helped counteract the proximity effect; a new dual-capsule created an
accurate figure-of-eight pickup pattern; a smaller EF86 tube allowed for
a slimmer body; and most importantly the overall shape of the
microphone changed. The new iconic look featured a tapered head grille,
and a tapered body shell. So unique was this mic design, that Neumann
Neumann originally named their new microphone the U 60, after the
year of its creation. This was later amended to the “U 67”, showing
continuity with its parent microphone, the U 47. By 1967, the
predecessor was no longer manufactured, and the successor reigned
supreme as the large diaphragm tube mic of choice for audio
professionals worldwide; a condenser mic that can be used on almost any
instrument or vocalist with outstanding results.
Each new Neumann U 67 is manufactured to within an extremely close
spec, thus negating the need for “factory matching.”
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