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Beyer M160 - differences
Old 3rd June 2006
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Beyer M160 - differences

Does anyone know (or know where I can find) the differences between the Beyer M160, M160 N(C), and whatever other variation there is?
Thanks a bunch.
Old 5th June 2006
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C'mon....someone must know. Don't be shy. Or have I stumbled onto one of the greatest kept secrets in audio? Please don't tell me DiVinci had something to do with this.
Old 5th June 2006
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Just venturing a guess here, but my intuition tells me 'nc' might mean 'no cable'. like the sm57 (lc) less cable. Of course I might be 'nc' or 'ncorrect' bout that.heh
Old 5th June 2006
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Yes, it means without cable.
Old 5th June 2006
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Actually, I believe the "N" means low impedance and the (C) means it takes an XLR connector.

Go to this website. http://members.aol.com/mihartkopf/

Click on Microphone Database and click on Beyerdynamic and look under general information. It provides the nomenclature and coding for Beyer Microphones. Great website BTW.
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