To achieve that unique “beyer” sound, beyerdynamic has been developing and refining its sound channelling technology (SCT) for decades. Beyerdynamic’s acoustic experts have created acoustic labyrinths with special geometries that provide optimised sound channelling. They influence the sound and model the polar pattern by using precisely tuned delay lines and attenuation pads. Whether with additional elements, special materials or unique design: every beyerdynamic microphone has its own sound channelling technology to ensure optimal control of the sound waves. The result? Incredible sound quality.
Details on which sound-channelling technology is used in each microphone can be found in the product descriptions in the following pages. You will hear and experience the result in every Touring Gear series microphone- that is our promise!
The secret of perfect tuning
Every beyerdynamic microphone has its own sound channelling technology that is specifically tailored to the design of the diaphragm. For example for the TG V90 ribbon microphone, a special high-tech acoustic fabric is used on the inside of the sophisticated sound labyrinth on the back of the diaphragm. This special geometry provides the optimised sound channelling that contributes to the balanced, natural sound of the TG V90.
Another part of the sound channelling technology of the TG V90 is the newly developed treble resonator, which provides the smooth high-range reproduction typical of ribbon microphones whilst protecting the diaphragm against damage from plosives.