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  • mark.darversmark.darvers

    this mic will valloir of € ....

    Samson Technologies QKickPublished on 03/18/13 at 13:07
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    Bass drum mic! cardiovascular

    OVERALL OPINION

    studio to 3 months after a mouth with many sound engineers pro!! this mic is surprising because when it is used in comparison with others of the same kind: D112 Audix D12VR RE 20 and we ask good questions!! the micro for 70 € is more than a case! hurry to find new because it does not grow on trees! the coast during explode!!
  • à Chaudà Chaud

    Good kick drum mic

    Samson Technologies QKickPublished on 04/09/12 at 16:30
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Special dynamic bass drum microphone.

    I think it's a very good mic for bass drum.
    He collects fine and has an answer with two bumps that go, the one in the grave for the big sound, and the other in the high for fishing.

    It can be put close to the skin (2 cm), was within the just behind the place where the bat strikes the skin. It makes attacks very dry and clear, resonance free skin.
    And away from the bat, the sound is more rounded and mellow as it captures less attack and more resonant skin.

    Its advantage is to avoid a full, unlike the Sennheiser.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The plastic body seems fragile, but this is not the case. It is almost as tough as micro metal competito…
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    Special dynamic bass drum microphone.

    I think it's a very good mic for bass drum.
    He collects fine and has an answer with two bumps that go, the one in the grave for the big sound, and the other in the high for fishing.

    It can be put close to the skin (2 cm), was within the just behind the place where the bat strikes the skin. It makes attacks very dry and clear, resonance free skin.
    And away from the bat, the sound is more rounded and mellow as it captures less attack and more resonant skin.

    Its advantage is to avoid a full, unlike the Sennheiser.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The plastic body seems fragile, but this is not the case. It is almost as tough as micro metal competitors.
    It runs for 5 years without problems.

    Good quality / price ratio.
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  • lbgo000lbgo000

    € 50

    Samson Technologies QKickPublished on 02/22/12 at 23:04
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    Dynamic kick microphone

    OVERALL OPINION

    I think all frequencies above 2000 Hz are cut in this micro
    Robust
    Very average but what do we want a microphone at 50 € ...
  • fouineblanchefouineblanche

    Samson Technologies QKickPublished on 07/16/07 at 15:39
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    Bass drum microphone, or the sound of low frequency instruments.
    It runs on thomann 50 euros ttc and is rather good between micro-level, but make no mistake you really see the difference with a better quality microphone as the AKG D112 or BETA 52A.
    put in context as between micro-level remains well positioned without being exceptional.
    really mind for the studio, good for live.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a year and still works as well.
    he has a good sound but the bass remains confused and random image. Mediums are good without being exceptional.
    I think a good c for micro and small live jazz rock formations to a small repicage: eg, bass drum, snare, overhead track and…
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    Bass drum microphone, or the sound of low frequency instruments.
    It runs on thomann 50 euros ttc and is rather good between micro-level, but make no mistake you really see the difference with a better quality microphone as the AKG D112 or BETA 52A.
    put in context as between micro-level remains well positioned without being exceptional.
    really mind for the studio, good for live.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a year and still works as well.
    he has a good sound but the bass remains confused and random image. Mediums are good without being exceptional.
    I think a good c for micro and small live jazz rock formations to a small repicage: eg, bass drum, snare, overhead track and scratches + di + bass.
    but when it comes to the studio, he does not want the road. for a small but well-dmo c when he looks for lice, it soon Exceeds.
    The value for money remains unbeatable for 50 euros there is no equivalent to.
    Fun in the studio on a budget c cool. to live is really not bad for beginners.
    if I had to make that choice again, I do it again.
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