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  • Gim from BullshitGim from Bullshit

    Fine ... but!

    Prodipe TT1 Lanen InstrumentsPublished on 12/04/14 at 00:48
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Microphone singing

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Hi!
    I used this microphone for singing (pop / rock, as almost everyone!) For 6 months.
    In the room, we had old sm 57 and 48, having already made several wars!
    So I wanted my microphone to me, and when you start, the price is a main argument.

    At first glance, that happiness!
    The TT1 a potato hell, much more than those mentioned above, rendering hot and manly.

    After some time, I realized that the feedback was difficult to manage (though some say!), And it is sensitive to plosives. In other words, if you yell a "Pooh", it makes a "plop" quite difficult to master.

    Finally, my bass player lent me his beta 58 (yes ... 4X more expensive ... u…
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    Microphone singing

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Hi!
    I used this microphone for singing (pop / rock, as almost everyone!) For 6 months.
    In the room, we had old sm 57 and 48, having already made several wars!
    So I wanted my microphone to me, and when you start, the price is a main argument.

    At first glance, that happiness!
    The TT1 a potato hell, much more than those mentioned above, rendering hot and manly.

    After some time, I realized that the feedback was difficult to manage (though some say!), And it is sensitive to plosives. In other words, if you yell a "Pooh", it makes a "plop" quite difficult to master.

    Finally, my bass player lent me his beta 58 (yes ... 4X more expensive ... unless occase!), And there you can clearly hear a clearer sound, but also richer in all frequencies, much less sensitive to Plops (or insensitive), and easier to manage level feedback.

    So it is a shure beta that I use now, but so far, I still keep my TT1 "just in case", and I know that this too shall pass ... by being thinner!

    In summary:
    +++ Barrel price, huge fishing, excellent construction at this price, so the ratio Q / P unbeatable!

    --- If you want finesse and respect grain of voice vote on something other than the big heavy, and do not frighten the needles on which PParoles PPètent ... be careful;)
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  • jimilujimilu

    Excellent alternative

    Prodipe TT1 Lanen InstrumentsPublished on 11/09/12 at 01:45
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This is a cardioid, directional, type SM57 for recovery or amplified acoustic instruments or percussions! Nothing to say, it adapts to any microphone stand clamp it, classic shape, with the cons can not hang in front of a HP amp as a Sennheiser e606.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Bought to dub my amp on stage, I first eyed precisely to a e606, but I do not want to spend € 100!
    Having already TT1 voice, I say why not this one. Level made it relatively neutral, it will not make a particular color, the grain HP emerge well. I used it in the studio for a recording, it does! No saturation in high volume, cash. My 2X12 front coupled with a e606 (studio) to play the mix between the two, he did not …
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    This is a cardioid, directional, type SM57 for recovery or amplified acoustic instruments or percussions! Nothing to say, it adapts to any microphone stand clamp it, classic shape, with the cons can not hang in front of a HP amp as a Sennheiser e606.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Bought to dub my amp on stage, I first eyed precisely to a e606, but I do not want to spend € 100!
    Having already TT1 voice, I say why not this one. Level made it relatively neutral, it will not make a particular color, the grain HP emerge well. I used it in the studio for a recording, it does! No saturation in high volume, cash. My 2X12 front coupled with a e606 (studio) to play the mix between the two, he did not blush at the comparison.
    Unbeatable value for money, it is always in my guitar case, does not take place and can still be used.
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