The T.bone MB85
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The T.bone MB85

MB85, Dynamic Microphone from The T.bone.

All user reviews for the The T.bone MB85

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Average Score:1.7( 1.7/5 based on 3 reviews )
 2 reviews67 %
 1 user review33 %
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joyeuxvincent10/12/2006

joyeuxvincent's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

The T.bone MB85
Micro-making voice, versatile.

Micro Dynamics.

OVERALL OPINION

Compared to the SM58 it is sensitive to sounds of fingers and cable, which is quite annoying.
The switch on / off means.
You can not remove the windshield.
The rubber shock is ephemeral decoration.
Otherwise good weight even grip the SM58.
With regard to the sound of this microphone, I have not used enough to speak accurately, but it seems to cohere headphones.

For the price I have no complaints ... this is not the SM58.
I am still satisfied with my purchase because I have a dynamic appearance suitable solid.
Freakoid10/02/2006

Freakoid's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

The T.bone MB85
Dynamic microphone singing (very bad) copy of the SM 58, normally destined to the scene, or repeat.

OVERALL OPINION

* Buy to replace a 58 for a lean pediode I used a few months.
* The sound is execrable: saturation in the upper medium, feedback, no attack, maque cruel grave!
gma06/19/2006

gma's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

The T.bone MB85
Dynamic low cost, look identical to the SM58, switch on / off

OVERALL OPINION

I have for a while but I could not test it vraiemnt as recently as repeat conditions.
What I like above all is the price, 29 euros is given. It is apparently strong enough and the sound that comes out is quite beautiful, flattering and effective.
I tried the sm58, and bein heard on 'ets miles away from that, but if I could compare it to a Shure PG58. And then I will speak of disappointment aps aprceque I was not expecting much, but this mic is really a wheelbarrow. In sutido home, okay, it sounds not too bad, but it really hangs feedback very quickly, especially on the high mids, and it spits out very little. its output level is well below the PG58, so you have posuser on the sound system, so short ... not great feedback. Level against it by its sounds better than the PG58, for severe and moderately severe voice. But really it is painful to use. I will not go that choice, but I really wanted to test. We toujorus need a little momentum at home and now I have. I took it while waiting to buy an sm58 or beta 58a (shure too) that are microphones that I know that I like, who have so little fault they are ideal in use stage. Here, I'll test the MB85 sru scene soon, but I doubt it's really a small sound system used with low-end push very hard. So I take another micro in case, but I want to know what it is worth aprcequ'ax views of its price, it sounds really good and deserves intérsse, it's not really a agdget. But I will put this note aprcequ'il is really painful to use and I think it is useless even in certaiens conditions.

So since I changed j'edit lcoal and therefore conditions of rehearsals and I could compare it to Others Classified microphones of the same type (low cost, etc.).

With a proper mix table, ultimately it sounds if you can push and we have too many aps alrsen risk. It hangs easily under the table and the PA system, but when it amrche well, he sounds downright aps actually wrong. So I could compare it with the same type Berhinger several models. And it is much better. By repeating it keeps me drooling in the lcoal els behringer support who are already so many liters of saliva, and it sounds better grip and less.

I leave an average score aprceque good, huh, is not messing around, but it saves me carrying around a microphone and expensive and if I repeat the gun, I'm barely draw a tear. In short, a great investment for rehearsals to avoid damaging the pretty sm58 offered at Christmas.