EZM-V103 was inspired by the Newman TLM-103 microphone, except it has 2 reception lines:
Cardioid + Omni and a low-frequency filter.
The microphone is built meticulously by the Sound Engineer and Electronics Technician Moshe Etzioni.
After assembly, each microphone is carefully tested and calibrated compared to the original microphone.
The electric scheme is an original Newman scheme.
The electronic components are carefully chosen with high fidelity to the original, some surpassing the quality of the original.
Unlike the TLM-103 microphone, the EZM-V103 microphone is made of the US-based Cinemag outlet, known for the high quality of its products. The transformer produces a sound color closer to the microphones of the 70s-80s.
The capsule is a 34mm two-way microphone with extremely low noise characteristics made by American studios.
The microphone can handle high sound pressure levels of up to 136dB without distortion.
The microphone is intended for use in home and professional studios.
Suitable for recordings of vocals, drums, amplifiers, piano and other musical instruments that produce strong sound.