The TLM 49 brings back the vintage tone of Neumann’s post-war classics. Learn more ... For VO only: KSM32, TLM 102 or TLM 103? lordmiguel: 23rd October 2006 03:51 PM: Quote: Originally Posted by amigo (Post 932489) This week I will take home for testing purposes a M149 and a Gefell930. I´ve done some shoots with the Neumann TLM103 and the TLM49. cooge. Neumann TLM 103 vs. Neumann TLM 49 for rap? Classic Sound for Today’s Engineers. garrywindshield. The UM900 is a more fair comparison to the M149 Your budget just took an giant leap forward...where is it now? 2 Attachment(s) I´m a singersongwriter actually looking for the right LD mic for my voice. Registration benefits include: The ability to reply to and create new … I have the TLM49 since yesterday, and I´m not really sure if it´s so much better than the TLM103. The TLM 49 uses the same K 47 capsule and the iconic large headgrille design of Neumann’s legendary M 49, but instead of electron tubes the TLM 49 relies on trouble free FET circuitry with a special sound design for smooth vocals and acoustic instruments with timeless elegance. 1 Review written . Gear Addict . I like the tlm49 a lot. TLM49 vs. TLM103 . Neumann TLM 49 vs TLM 67. Share Reply Quote. I own a TLM49 and a U87ai. The TLM103 is my main mic for vocals since many years. replies: 62 views: 4615: DaVogi 30th November 2019 : Post Reply Welcome to the Gearslutz Pro Audio Community! 4th July 2014 #6. captainj. TLM49 all the way.... tlm 103 sounds uninspiring to me. TLM 49 vs TLM 102 strictly for VOs When you buy products through links across our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. I´m from spain, but living in Germany. For what it's worth, I'd rather have two TLM102s than a single TLM49, just stay the hell away from the TLM103 as that is a truly awful sounding mic. Hey there friends due to the lockdown measures its become impossible to demo mics so I'm relying on your expertise if possible. Where are you from Amigo? Quote: Originally Posted by Oroz I liked the TLM 49 way more, heard the mp3's through Genelec's 8040's. Should I keep it, or bring it back to the shop and change it? It is not always the best for every application but I have gotten outstanding pro sounding recordings out of it (then again I have with a sm57 too) but I have a feeling everyone on this site bashing almost any mic probably was using the mic for something it was not best suited for so of course it did not sound good.