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The T.bone MB55

Dynamic Microphone from The T.bone .

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MrGambettaMrGambetta

The T.bone MB55Published on 02/14/12 at 12:19
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Vocal microphone with switch, cable XLR / Jack, storage box.

OVERALL OPINION

It's worth its price and no more.
The sound quality is average. But not catastrophic, it will go further than a micro difficult troubleshooting.
I would not repeat some of this choice (as much invest a little more, or find a microphone right-hand)
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tontonsebtontonseb

The T.bone MB55Published on 10/03/07 at 00:21
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Cardioid dynamic microphone plutt east edge. Switch. 25 euros with a foot and a (short) XLR-jack cable. Chinese-made and padded book with big bote.

OVERALL OPINION

RPTES used some with my band. Bought because we needed a microphone and a quatrime up for cheap.

Its fairly neutral and lacking in dynamics. We must turn up the gain on the sound system. So it has a tendency to lgre feedback. The Berhinger XM1800S sound much better. As my Shure PG58 is carrment class in comparison.

The protection ring in green rubber is worthless.

Report average quality. It's cheap (12 euros only), but the quality is rev limit. A book on troubleshooting and animation plutt that song. …
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Cardioid dynamic microphone plutt east edge. Switch. 25 euros with a foot and a (short) XLR-jack cable. Chinese-made and padded book with big bote.

OVERALL OPINION

RPTES used some with my band. Bought because we needed a microphone and a quatrime up for cheap.

Its fairly neutral and lacking in dynamics. We must turn up the gain on the sound system. So it has a tendency to lgre feedback. The Berhinger XM1800S sound much better. As my Shure PG58 is carrment class in comparison.

The protection ring in green rubber is worthless.

Report average quality. It's cheap (12 euros only), but the quality is rev limit. A book on troubleshooting and animation plutt that song.
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SlodeSlode

The T.bone MB55Published on 11/15/09 at 23:59
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- Mainly vocals in my opinion.

- Technology Dynamics, bought from thomann in a plastic box instead of practice it must be said cable and an XLR microphone stands head (plastic).

OVERALL OPINION

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How long have you use it?

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- I use it for less than 1 month
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Have you tried many other models before buying it?

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- No I bought it on thomann eyes closed saying it was for back vocals.

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What is so special that you like most and least?

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- Plus: Rather to my aesthetic taste, the ON / OFF (I assure you there is not Defois)
minimum: the output level low enough to be mounted so the feedback amplifier appears fairly...…
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- Mainly vocals in my opinion.

- Technology Dynamics, bought from thomann in a plastic box instead of practice it must be said cable and an XLR microphone stands head (plastic).

OVERALL OPINION

<ul class="ul">

How long have you use it?

</ul>

- I use it for less than 1 month
<ul class="ul">

Have you tried many other models before buying it?

</ul>

- No I bought it on thomann eyes closed saying it was for back vocals.

<ul class="ul">

What is so special that you like most and least?

</ul>

- Plus: Rather to my aesthetic taste, the ON / OFF (I assure you there is not Defois)
minimum: the output level low enough to be mounted so the feedback amplifier appears fairly quickly but if a few meters away any concern at this level, sound quality can be a bit average but the price makes us ca me personally understand more than enough.

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How would you rate the quality / price?

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- Value / price good enough.

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With experience, you do again this choice? ...

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- May be I think not; javais priced very tight but at the same time as I said it was just for back vocals so to say two words not need a microphone that costs € 200.
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SPACECAKE33SPACECAKE33

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The T.bone MB55Published on 07/20/10 at 14:53
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I'd say this micro is especially devoted for voice. But this is not mandatory.

OVERALL OPINION

I use these mics for over a year. I used to rehearse, record, and when I have concerts. I deal with other mics better. What is good about this mic is that you can easily carry, for my part I've put the plastic box (too bulky). I used two for me and I carry a bag without protection, I must say they have never been damaged. More for this price minimal I not afraid bring them everywhere whatsoever in amusement rehears or then in cellars.

It is true that for this price, this microphone is useful even if I do not expect a very long life. To me it sounds pretty well restored. I had the...…
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I'd say this micro is especially devoted for voice. But this is not mandatory.

OVERALL OPINION

I use these mics for over a year. I used to rehearse, record, and when I have concerts. I deal with other mics better. What is good about this mic is that you can easily carry, for my part I've put the plastic box (too bulky). I used two for me and I carry a bag without protection, I must say they have never been damaged. More for this price minimal I not afraid bring them everywhere whatsoever in amusement rehears or then in cellars.

It is true that for this price, this microphone is useful even if I do not expect a very long life. To me it sounds pretty well restored. I had the opportunity to recorded percussion with, or simply put in front of an amp to record a guitar.

Afterwards, if you have a good budget, it is better to type in other brands.
I would say that this mic is right when it starts, we need stuff, and you have a limited budget. For that price is more than correct.
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  • Manufacturer: The T.bone
  • Model: MB55
  • Category: Dynamic Microphones
  • Added in our database on: 04/05/2004

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