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The T.bone MB75
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The T.bone MB75

Dynamic Microphone from The T.bone .

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The T.bone MB75Published on 08/20/07 at 08:00
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NOTICE GLOBAL

2 years
The sound is horrible limit albeit on a snare drum, its fast enough RESPONSE transitional play a little in his favor, he at least recognize this quality.
I have a doubt on the effectiveness of its directivity. He readily captures repisse 90, which is pretty boring.
On a guitar amp, if you like the ugly and nasal sounds, this stuff is for you.
Overall it is a stew that has the look of 57 and certainly not the sound.
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" Doing a very good job"

The T.bone MB75Published on 10/22/14 at 10:45
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SM57 clone, certainly less well on the inside.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it only to bed my vox ac4 and I am delighted.
I had already tried the shure, and I honestly do not see any differences.
For the price I think it's unbeatable.
I would do this choice without hesitation.
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The T.bone MB75Published on 04/29/13 at 09:08
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I use the microwave to dub duo guitar amp with a broadband static.

OVERALL OPINION

This mic is like a famous tenor: I named the Shure SM57. And what is interesting is that it grows into the likeness of the sound quality!
It is the same bump in the upper midrange that makes the character so popular Shure.
Of course, it is not as good, does not offer the quality of its model of acute or accuracy in the lower spectrum. But it costs three times less ...
This is a really good surprise.
It responds well to different investments to the speaker that allows you to vary the overall color of the recording. And like all good dynamic recovery, he married happily to a static wide membrane.......
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I use the microwave to dub duo guitar amp with a broadband static.

OVERALL OPINION

This mic is like a famous tenor: I named the Shure SM57. And what is interesting is that it grows into the likeness of the sound quality!
It is the same bump in the upper midrange that makes the character so popular Shure.
Of course, it is not as good, does not offer the quality of its model of acute or accuracy in the lower spectrum. But it costs three times less ...
This is a really good surprise.
It responds well to different investments to the speaker that allows you to vary the overall color of the recording. And like all good dynamic recovery, he married happily to a static wide membrane.
I tested it on acoustic guitar and it is not doing bad at all.
Here is finally a good microphone to do everything for the guitarist.
I therefore noted "very good" in view of its cheap price.
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" Not bad, but certainly not expensive"

The T.bone MB75Published on 06/04/12 at 07:16
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Copy of Shure SM57, I will not revisit it.

The build quality is good but the microphone below the original, without making toy.

Comes with an XLR cable 9m, but without microphone support. It has almost everything we need to start having fun.

OVERALL OPINION

It features the same qualities in SM57 ... and shortcomings. I use it mainly in the making of his ukulele in this context and no worries. Catches of guitars are a bit more problematic cons: the classic "SM57 effect" is even more pronounced, suddenly the result becomes almost unusable without another outlet with an additional microphone. This is something I criticized the SM57 and is even more obvious here.

In sum ok for a......
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Copy of Shure SM57, I will not revisit it.

The build quality is good but the microphone below the original, without making toy.

Comes with an XLR cable 9m, but without microphone support. It has almost everything we need to start having fun.

OVERALL OPINION

It features the same qualities in SM57 ... and shortcomings. I use it mainly in the making of his ukulele in this context and no worries. Catches of guitars are a bit more problematic cons: the classic "SM57 effect" is even more pronounced, suddenly the result becomes almost unusable without another outlet with an additional microphone. This is something I criticized the SM57 and is even more obvious here.

In sum ok for a micro that does not want or can afford the original microphone. We can carry around and more or lend with little fear of the result.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: The T.bone
  • Model: MB75
  • Category: Dynamic Microphones
  • Added in our database on: 04/05/2004

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Other names: mb75, mb 75

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