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Re: U87ai Compare U87ni
Author: Martin Schneider/Neumann
Date: 11/05/2012
Hello,

there is the "A" version, since 1986, with much improved self-noise.
With pre-1986 "non-A" version, the "i" meant "international", meaning "XLR" in contrast to German 7-pin connectors.
Generally "mt" stands for "anthrazite-matte"; "bk" for black"; "nothing" for nickel color.

On the mic it says only U87 or U87A, as the connectors and the colours are obvious.

Without looking the exact ser.no. up, the 89000s should be from the mid 200x years.

Best regards,
Martin Schneider / Neumann Mic. Development  
 
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