Close shot of the KM A output stage

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The flexible miniature microphone system. A comprehensive selection of accessories permits adaptation to a wide range of requirements. Eight different capsules are available which are compatible to the digital miniature microphone system KM D.
Zoom: The KM A output stage
KK 120 + KM A
MS-Stereo microphone, in combination with the KM 184 A
Two crossed KK 120s in Blumlein technique
Inconspicuous spot microphone with optimum attenuation of lateral sound sources
Single microphone for two speakers facing each other
KK 131 + KM A
For close miking of instruments when there is no need to attenuate extra-neous noise, and in a balanced acoustic environment to record acoustic guitar, wind instruments, strings, percussion, and drums
Flat frequency response for close miking, spot mic
KK 133 + KM A
Its special acoustic properties make this an ideal mic for most classical recordings
Main mic, especially for capturing room acoustics
A superb AB stereo pair for perfect balance of direct and reverberant sound
Decca tree, setup with three microphones
Spot mic for piano, wind instruments, organ, choir
KK 143 + KM A
Polar response characteristic acts more like an omni. Therefore, it is an ideal tool to record larger instrument ensembles
As AB stereo pair, especially in rooms with less than ideal acoustics
As spot mic for strings, wind instruments, percussion, and Leslie speakers
Acts very neutral when used close up to bass instruments, such as double bass, bass amps, guitar amps
KK 145 + KM A
It naturally compensates for proximity effect
Very neutral tonal balance during close miking of speech, as in TV, movie and video, PA
Acts very neutral when used close up to bass instruments, such as double bass, bass amps, guitar amps, leslie speakers, toms
KK 183 + KM A = KM 183 A
For close miking of instruments when there is no need to attenuate extraneous noise, and in a balanced acoustic environment to record acoustic guitar, wind instruments, strings, percussion, drums
Ideal as AB stereo pair because of the flat frequency response in the diffuse sound field
Main mic, especially for capturing room acoustics
For stereo recordings with a baffle plate
Spot mic for piano, wind instruments, organ, choir
KK 184 + KM A = KM 184 A
For universal use, especially for recording situations when it is necessary to attenuate off-axis sound (mainly from the rear) from other nearby instruments.
As XY and ORTF stereo pair
Broadcasting mic for announcers
Spot mic and overhead
Close miking of strings, wind instruments, percussion, piano, Leslie speakers and guitar amps
KK 185 + KM A = KM 185 A
Especially for recording situations when it is necessary to attenuate off-axis (lateral and rear) sound from other nearby instruments.
As XY stereo pair
Overhead, toms
In situations that are susceptible to acoustic feedback
To attenuate unwanted sound of nearby instruments
Recording of speech, as in TV, movie and video productions, PA systems
Produces especially warm and bass supporting sound for artists who perform in proximity effect range
These are just some of the most common applications. We recommend additional experimentation to gain maximum use from this microphone.


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