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beyerdynamic launches two new microphones

The product portfolio of beyerdynamic is growing once again. Two new microphones from the Touring-Gear (TG) series are now available. More precisely, these are the TG D70 kick drum microphone and the TG I51 instrument microphone.

What can the new microphones from beyerdynamic do?

According to the manufacturer, the two new models are characterized by, among other things, a convincing sound spectrum and a stable construction. The latter is to be guaranteed by, among other things, particularly high-quality materials. The musical “accessories” are thus suitable for both the studio and the stage.

The current TG D70 is already the second generation and a further development of the M 88 capsule. The drum microphone has a large diaphragm and was especially adapted to the challenges associated with work on the kick drum. Due to its modern design, this microphone can be combined with almost any drum. Alternatively, it can also be fixed to the cajon and/or bass guitar amplifier. “By the way”, any bumps from the floor are not transmitted. The result: an unaltered sound and a high level of quality.

Dynamic kick drum microphone TG D70 & dynamic instrument microphone TG I51

The TG I51 is also a microphone that can be used with a high degree of flexibility. According to the manufacturer, the sound quality is particularly convincing.

What do the two new microphones from beyerdynamic cost?

The TG D70 and the TG I51 can be ordered now in the online store of beyerdynamic. The RRP here is 219.00 Euro (for the TG D70) and 119.00 Euro (for the TG I51).

Both the TG D 70 and the TG I51 have an integrated clamp and a bag for easy transport and additional protection. It shouldn’t be too long before the two new microphones are available at specialist retailers.

Technical data: TG D70

converter principle dynamic
working principle pressure gradient receiver
polar pattern Hyper kidney
Transmission range
Near field
Far field (distance 1 m)
20 – 14.100 Hz
40 – 14,100 Hz
field idle transmission factor 2.2 mV/Pa (-53.1 dBV) ±2.5 dB
nominal impedance 280 Ω
nominal termination impedance ≥ 1 kΩ
connection XLR, 3-pole, male
length 91 mm
shaft diameter k. A.
head diameter 57 mm
weight (without cable) 341 g
scope of delivery microphone with integrated clamp, pocket
recommended retail price 219,00 EUR

Technical data: TG I51

converter principle dynamic
working principle pressure gradient receiver
polar pattern kidney
Transmission range
Near field
Far field (distance 1 m)
33 – 19,000 Hz
80 – 19,000 Hz
field idle transmission factor 2.7 mV/Pa (-51.4 dBV) ±3 dB
nominal impedance 600 Ω
nominal termination impedance ≥ 2 kΩ
connection XLR, 3-pole, male
length 79.5 mm
shaft diameter k. A.
head diameter 44 mm
weight (without cable) 203 g
scope of delivery microphone with integrated clamp, pocket
recommended retail price 119,00 EUR

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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Berlin.

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