Prodipe TT1 Lanen
Prodipe TT1 Lanen

TT1 Lanen, Dynamic Microphone from Prodipe.

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Average Score:4.4( 4.4/5 based on 40 reviews )
 19 reviews48 %
 12 reviews30 %
 4 reviews10 %
Value For Money : Excellent

Anonymous 's review

Prodipe TT1 Lanen
The Prodipe TT1 Ludovic Lanen microphone is, hands down, a fantastic microphone that was developed by the French audio company Prodipe. The goal of the Ludovic Lanen was simple: they wanted to create a good budget microphone that didn’t compromise on sound and did not feel at all cheap in any way. What they came up with was the TT1. This microphone has a typical frequency response from 50 Hz to the typical hand held dynamic 15,000 Hz, and has a cardioid polar pattern. So the specs are nothing particularly fancy. In fact, those two particular things are straight copies of the SM58, a microphone more than triple the cost of the Prodipe. What makes it special is the fact that the company Prodipe simply went through a bunch of Chinese capsules and found one that was both cheap and biased in a certain way to lend the microphone a certain flavor. What ends up happening with this microphone is that there is a peak in the low end and a bit of clean air at the top. This makes the microphone sound very unlike a typical stage microphone, because it is surprisingly detailed.


The incredibly special thing about this microphone is that it costs less than $30. This makes it possible to acquire many of them very quickly. In use, I have found that these are not great microphones when you put many of them on many voices, as the lower frequencies do tend to get a little bit bloated. However, these can be used on pretty much anything, with it having a wide pickup pattern and a very high level of gain. On guitar and toms it sounds unbelievably expensive, or example. So if you need a workhorse that an double as a fantastic vocal microphone for live and studio settings, look no further.
Gim from Bullshit12/04/2014

Gim from Bullshit's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Very good microphone ... But ...!"

Prodipe TT1 Lanen
Microphone singing


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, the switch (not so gadget that!), 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 vigilant; ) !dropoff Window

armando54's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Perfect, clear and precise."

Prodipe TT1 Lanen
Voice or singing karaoke.


I am not a specialist in micro, but I have another microphone which is twice trademark of tech that made me bought in a shop on Nancy touting the merits that this was the copy of SM58 and well TT1 Lanen is also good, more gain and an ON / OFF switch that I do not have the other. Perhaps slightly less well than the other as I have, but 2 times cheaper, all black, pleasant to touch.

For mobile DJs or karaoke, no need to put € 100 into a microphone, make a rather cheaper for 2;-)

Value for money, perfect !!!

damiendhiers's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Very good microphone!"

Prodipe TT1 Lanen
Dynamic microphone singing. I use it only for voice.


I use the microwave for a year now. It is really very strong and especially not this hollow in the mids that can sometimes have the SM58 ... For its price, this microphone is unbeatable: good frequency response, high gain (quite handy to hear the singer / the singer when musicians are still playing too loud. No need to turn up the gain of the bottom table and risking saturate) faithful reproduction of grain votes.

Small problem: a lot of "pop" (so be careful if you have the ability to do a lot of singing plosives). And for that alone, it may not be suitable for everyone ... So, it is better to settle for a Beta 58 which has the same definition with more shine and it will not default (but c is much more expensive ...).

To remedy this defect a little, add a pop filter between the gate and the capsule (but it does not completely solve the problem).

In summary, an excellent microphone (I have rehearsal studios in Lille and all my studios are equipped with the micro rather than the SM58) but beware of popping ...

Gwaltel's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Very good microphone"

Prodipe TT1 Lanen
Dynamic microphone singing. equal see the SM58 beta 58.


I have 7 and I use it for 5/6 years.
I tried many other microphones before.
The +: the price, the sound quality and manufacturing.
The -: nothing.
Q / P excellent.
choice again without problem.

rominet83's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Why pay more?"

Prodipe TT1 Lanen
Micro Dynamics, basically a cheap SM58 or E435.


After several years, I use it mainly for vocals.
It is a bit lightweight as main mic but secondary, it will do nicely.

The real advantage of this microphone is to fall without it being too serious for cheap ... And strong. If we count the number of times that the singer has fallen, it should be in ruins, but did not track and works flawless.

I recommend ...

-pyero-'s review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" micro Troubleshooting"

Prodipe TT1 Lanen
vocal mic, but when he misses a slam I in a corner


3/4 years
I had everything but the hands that guided my choice is the price and that I had to change my talkback mic.
for what I in fact it is very good
against it by a level of output horse and a big pop noise sensibility for the talkback even if it passes must be careful not too get the send level of risk peter ears zikos,
in normal scene, without cutting down or compressor I do not go

Cassio38's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" report / P"

Prodipe TT1 Lanen
vocal microphone dynamic terrain

Matte finish / Soft scratch very easily and finally it is very unattractive. more ca slides into the clamp. the on / off button has the merit to be there but a little cheap.
it is sensitive enough to pop out and the level is very low.


2 years troubleshoot
first micro obtained as a gift when I bought my profire 2626
I've never had before micro
the price is pretty unbeatable and if the brush in the right direction of hair growth (vis a vis the feedback in particular) it is the taf.

beo.morphos's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Prodipe TT1 Lanen
Already said

The construction seems solid except grid and feel the switch that breaks a full nose.


In fact it is present in the rehearsal studio or my group leads. I tried 2 times during rehearsals I had not had the opportunity or time to get my gear at home (Shure SM58 and AKG D7).

Verdict: Bha I see no reason to wrap around the bottom of the micro range. I found it encaissais not sound pressure and it was very loud in the treble. I recorded a repeat with this microphone and hear the difference clearly a AKG D7 and even (yes I know) an SM58. Not to mention the feedback ...

I put 6 for the price which is, admittedly, almost unbeatable.

Gib*51's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" It makes the"

Prodipe TT1 Lanen


About three years.
SM 58.
The Q / price ratio.