New at beyerdynamic: The boundary microphone is ideal for miking percussion instruments. The microphone delivers an equally convincing performance on cajones and pianos.

The TG D71c convices with a high impulse fidelity, quick-responding attack, and a maximum sound pressure level of 148 dB. The condenser capsule of the TG D71c has a half-cardioid characteristic and enthrals with a powerful and natural sound, which also stays completely distortion-free even at high sound pressure levels.


The extremely rugged housing ensures optimum protection during use on stage. The compact design allows the microphone to be positioned easily in a bass drum without any additional accessories. The XLR connector has an integrated pre-amp, which is practical both on stage and in the studio.


With a slim and timeless design, it’s both a technical and a visual highlight. A red, illuminating LED status displays the applied phantom power, as well as the operating status of the microphone. The microphone has a non-slip rubber bottom to ensure perfect hold. For longer installation on a surface, the microphone has a mounting device on the bottom.


Every TG D71c is hand-made in Germany with the greatest care. We place special emphasis on quality and only use high-class components and durable materials.


beyerdynamic will be presenting TG D71c for the first time from the 5th to 8th April 2016 at the Prolight + Sound in Frankfurt, Germany. (Hall 4.1, Stand D51).


The recommended retail price for the TG D71c is 249 EUR. The supplied M Bag storage case provides protection during transport.


The TG D71c will be available for purchase from selected retailers and at www.beyerdynamic.com starting April 2016.



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