Double awards success for Neumann

Two Neumann products received the Outstanding Technical Achievement TEC Award at the prestigious annual prize-giving held during the NAMM Show in Anaheim, California.
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Two Neumann products received the Outstanding Technical Achievement TEC Award at the prestigious annual prize-giving held during the NAMM Show in Anaheim, California.

The two products acknowledged by the event were the entry-level large-diaphragm studio microphone, TLM 102, and the KMS 104 plus, a model variant in the Neumann stage microphone series that is specifically optimised for female voices.

Wolfgang Fraissinet, president of marketing/sales at Neumann Berlin, commented: “This year the entire Neumann team in Berlin is particularly pleased to have received this coveted award twice – in both the studio and stage areas. With models in the KMS series having already been honoured by the TEC in the years 2000 and 2007, Neumann has now also achieved the status of acting as a reference for wired stage microphones in the realm of vocal microphones. These two TEC Awards mean that Neumann has now received the award a total of thirteen times, and is thus once more leading the way in the audio industry.”

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