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Rft MD30

Dynamic Microphone from Rft

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Bernard AncèzeBernard Ancèze

Rft MD30Published on 02/17/09 at 02:53
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The MD 30 is a dynamic, omnidirectional, small enough, any evidence of a strong, big Tuchel 3-pin connection.
Technical specifications?
Low output
Fort insensitive to noise mcaniques

OVERALL OPINION

The bandwidth is pretty strait. It trsmdium, sufficient intelligibility for speech or singing. The microphone is suitable for ads and reporting, without any major problem of plosives and sibilants. For music I find trs comfortable on skin, congas, bongos, djembe drums (although of course the drums), spcial on cymbals, they sound short. It supports large pressures and low output level it makes life easier on scne. It is found 100 used, trs is sufficient. It complment trs functional...…
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The MD 30 is a dynamic, omnidirectional, small enough, any evidence of a strong, big Tuchel 3-pin connection.
Technical specifications?
Low output
Fort insensitive to noise mcaniques

OVERALL OPINION

The bandwidth is pretty strait. It trsmdium, sufficient intelligibility for speech or singing. The microphone is suitable for ads and reporting, without any major problem of plosives and sibilants. For music I find trs comfortable on skin, congas, bongos, djembe drums (although of course the drums), spcial on cymbals, they sound short. It supports large pressures and low output level it makes life easier on scne. It is found 100 used, trs is sufficient. It complment trs functional for percussion with Sennheiser MD21, MD421, Lem DO 21 for example.
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solo84solo84

Rft MD30Published on 03/29/10 at 09:30
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Funny, that sounds Bernard Ancèze apparently very medium, whereas me I was very surprised by its presence in almost the whole spectrum, especially in the treble: I've never heard a dynamic as finely in the treble! Surprising!

I have not tested that night, but it sounds very interesting!
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  • Manufacturer: Rft
  • Model: MD30
  • Category: Dynamic Microphones
  • Added in our database on: 02/17/2009

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