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Author: Martin Schneider/Neumann
Date: 09/16/2012
Hello again,

if we can measure a difference, you might be able to hear a difference (limits given by psychoacoustics). If you hear a difference, we should be able to measure a difference (limits given by the state of the art of measurement technology and knowledge). This is the careful wording of an engineer. But, in any case an acoustical transducer follows the laws of physics, and there is no secret mythology in there.

Standard measurements (freq response, distortion, etc etc) are defined in IEC60268-4. All other measurement techniques are internal, and not for public circulation, as should be understandable.

I have no information that a current K87 should differ from what a K87 sounded (and measured) like in the 1960s - 1980s.

Best regards,
Martin Schneider / Neumann Mic. Development  
 
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