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103 "Monolith"?

Discussion in 'Pro Audio Equipment' started by hollywood_steve, Apr 8, 2001.

  1. hollywood_steve

    hollywood_steve Active Member

    Are people really being asked to pay 25% more for a black paint job and no performance improvements at all? A "collector's" edition of Neumann's discount mic? An April fools prank? Or a new marketing manager at Neumann USA with huge balls and no shame?
     
  2. anonymous

    anonymous Guests

    It's "black chrome" not 'black paint'...and if you've ever send anything out to get 'chromed' you'd have an idea of how expensive it is...

    Of course...in my circle of friends there's a saying "chrome don't get you home"...but I know I just added some to my ride [it's working really well...there was nothing to really mess with except starting on the cosmetics...hence...additional chrome].
     
  3. godcity

    godcity Guest

    Originally posted by Fletcher:

    Of course...in my circle of friends there's a saying "chrome don't get you home"...B]

    How about a chrome plated TLM 103 with purple metal flake flames coming up from the bottom? that i might go for.
     
  4. hargerst

    hargerst Active Member

    Originally posted by Kurt Ballou:
    How about a chrome plated TLM 103 with purple metal flake flames coming up from the bottom? that i might go for.Purple?? Why not just stay with traditional red and yellow flames? It was good enough in the 60s - it's still good enough today!!

    (Ok, I got my TLM-103, now where the hell is that Revell hotrod kit box with all my leftover decals?)
     
  5. anonymous

    anonymous Guests

    If Neumann were really cool they'd do a model to honor the passing of "Big Daddy Roth" and put out a 'Rat Fink' model...hell, I'd even pay list for one of those puppies.
     

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