Neumann KK 133 NX, Omnidirectional diffuse-field capsule head in woodbox, nextel.

Vendor: Neumann
Descriptions Neumann KK 133 NX, Omnidirectional diffuse-field capsule head in woodbox, nextel. Compatible with KM A (analog) or KM D (digital) output stages. The Neumann KK 133 feature its Omnidirectional Diffuse Field Capsule...
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Neumann KK 133 NX, Omnidirectional diffuse-field capsule head in woodbox, nextel. Compatible with KM A (analog) or KM D (digital) output stages.

The Neumann KK 133 feature its Omnidirectional Diffuse Field Capsule which is intended for use with the Neumann KM D and KM A series modular output stages. The Neumann KK 133 capsules pressure transducer features a free-field treble rise associated with increasing directivity. Also, the Neumann KK 133 has a titanium capsule features a frequency response in the diffuse sound field is flat up to 120kHz.

In addition, the Neumann KK 133 is a diffuse-field equalized pressure transducer with a free-field treble boost (4-5 dB at 12 kHz). Based on the technical design concept of the legendary Neumann M 50 microphone and its successor, the M 150, its ultra thin diaphragm is made of titanium and is spaced only a few microns from the backplate, also made of titanium. The Neumann KK 133 capsule attains an incredibly fast transient response with unprecedented accuracy. Its detachable sound diffraction sphere creates an earlier and gentler increase in sound pressure for mid to high frequencies. Directivity, thus, increases in the upper frequencies, as with a cardioid capsule, yet as a pressure transducer the Neumann KK 133’s bass transmission is linear down to the lowest frequencies, with no proximity effect.

Neumann KK 133 Main Features

  • Directional characteristic: omni (diffusefield-equalized)

  • Part of the modular microphone system KM A/D

  • Comprehensive range of accessories

Acoustical operating principle Pressure transducer
Directional Pattern Omni diffuse-field equalized
Frequency Range 20 Hz...20 kHz
Sensitivity at 1 kHz, 0 dB gain, and 94 db SPL -40 dBFS
Equivalent noise level, CCIR 1 28 dB
Equivalent noise level, A-weighted 2 15 dB-A
Maximum SPL at 0 dBFS (re. 94 dB SPL) 134 dB SPL
Maximum SPL with 18 dB preatt. (RCS) (re. 94 dB SPL) 152 dB SPL
Signal-to-noise ratio, CCIR (re. 94 dB SPL) 3 66 dB
Signal-to-noise ratio, A-weighted (re. 94 dB SPL) 4 79 dB
Matching connector XLR 3 F
Weight (output stage) 70 g
Weight (capsule only) 49 g
Diameter 22 mm
Length (capsule only) 38 mm
Length (microphone) 128 mm
A/D conversion Neumann process (patented), 28-bit internal word length
Digital signal processing Fixed-point, variable internal word length 28 bits to 60 bits
Sampling rates 44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz
Output data format 24 bits as per AES/EBU (AES 3)
Latency: 44.1/48 kHz 41 samples
Latency: 88.2/96 kHz 49 samples
Latency: 176.4/192 kHz 99 samples
Synchronization: Free-running (non-synchronous operation), frequency stability ± 25 ppm
Synchronization: Synchronous operation, pulling range min. ± 100 ppm
Supply voltage range +7 V to +10.5 V
Current consumption max. 150 mA (DDP)