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  • Olivier08Olivier08

    Shure WH20QTRPublished on 11/17/06 at 00:22
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I am a drummer and I use it for at least three years.
    Well, it's not too expensive, but is exactly what has worth. It's not terrible at all. It is sorely lacking from a potato micro "normal". We must push the excessive gain on the table to be at the level of their classmates singing beautiful SM 58. As for the sound, it is a little dirty. It's been a voice of "transistor", the limit of the nasal, with medium excess, and it is almost impossible to correct. Ct dsagrable other when one is a drummer, a reverts from everywhere. So much so that in small rooms, one could almost do without over head. Only solutio: put a noise gate of hell, but a little more complicated things ... I'm going to see…
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    I am a drummer and I use it for at least three years.
    Well, it's not too expensive, but is exactly what has worth. It's not terrible at all. It is sorely lacking from a potato micro "normal". We must push the excessive gain on the table to be at the level of their classmates singing beautiful SM 58. As for the sound, it is a little dirty. It's been a voice of "transistor", the limit of the nasal, with medium excess, and it is almost impossible to correct. Ct dsagrable other when one is a drummer, a reverts from everywhere. So much so that in small rooms, one could almost do without over head. Only solutio: put a noise gate of hell, but a little more complicated things ... I'm going to see even when in the range above, because that's really lightweight, lightweight ...
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