Product Ref: 68095
The premium-quality construction of the Neumann BCM 705 makes it ideal for a range of applications as well as its primary purpose as a high-quality broadcast microphone. The microphones design is based on that of the BCM 104, featuring identical housing and headgrille, providing you with broadcast functionality at an affordable price. The microphone hypercardioid directional design is specifically for speech reproduction at close range, perfect for radio broadcasts and podcasting. It boasts a wide frequency range (20Hz – 20kHz) with a rate impedance of 200 ohms, ideal for capturing every nuance of the original sound as it was intended. Everything about the microphone has been fine-tune and designed for broadcasting purposes, the frequency response even has a light treble boost to for clear and concise speech. The bass frequency response has also been designed to compensate for bass overemphasis which can be cause by the close proximity to the microphone.
The Neumann BCM 705 includes an integrated pop screen to improve audio fidelity and performance. This pop screen helps to minimise and prevent plosive pop noises while recording vocals. It will also eliminate any unwanted particles that you may incur from respiratory moisture, nicotine and more, helping to keep your microphone clean and dirt-free. The microphones headgrille also twists off, allowing you to clean your grille with ease. Additionally the BCM 705 an elastic mount against structure-borne noise, specifically designed for broadcast microphone arms.
The Neumann BCM 705 features a range of mounting options, catered toward broadcasting applications. It’s primary mounting operation is suspending the BCM 705 from a standard studio boom arm. A thread adapter is also included to fit with a range of different stands for use in studio settings and more. To prevent structure-borne noise, the capsule and microphone should elastically suspended for the best possible performance. Additionally there is an optional SG6 swivel mount which allows you to angle the microphone by 90 degrees.