The T.bone SC300

The T.bone SC300

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SC300, Large diaphragm condenser microphone from The T.bone.

11 user reviews

The T.bone SC300 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: The T.bone
  • Model: SC300
  • Category: Large diaphragm condenser microphones
  • Added in our database on: 11/07/2004

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The T.bone SC300 user reviews

Average Score:3.5( 3.5/5 based on 11 reviews )
 4 reviews36 %
 3 reviews27 %
 1 user review9 %
 2 reviews18 %
 1 user review9 %
Value For Money :

yoTrakkz's review"good for price"

The T.bone SC300
Sure, you can find more expensive mics, but I don't think the quality will be that much higher. The T.bone SC300
mics put out crystal clear sound, just make sure your system doesn't produce noise, but you don't have to worry about this mics. They are also very sensitive, using pop filters is a must. Good for use in a studio. I lent them to someone who makes professional music and videos for low key artists, and he liked them. You could use this in combination with a USB lightsnake and a portable phantom converter and use the mics without the need of a mixer, on any computer (although I have yet to try that). You will also definitely need a mic stand, but it's awesome that the mic has it's own shock mount, and it works well, but if the bands start to come off often, just use pliers to bend the hooks a little to ensure they stay in place.


It works well with vocals, acoustic guitars, bass amps, stringed instruments, bottoms of snare drums, bass drums and many other things. It has a smooth high response and lots of lows and mids. My favorite uses for it are on acoustic guitar, bass amps an bass drums. It captures the depth and of acoustic guitars along with the highs that dynamic mics don't offer. It also works great for a natural kick drum sound and it is smoother sounding than dynamic kick drum mics. It is a bit to round for use a a overhead for cymbals but it will work if you are getting the sound only from the overheads. When positioned at a reasonable distant from the vocalist's mouth at the right angle, the T.Bone SC 300 performs like a champ. Though there is much higher quality microphones out there, for the price of with the proper placement this mic can turn water into wine.

Le Garage Studio10/24/2013

Le Garage Studio's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Bad"

The T.bone SC300
Micro manufactured by Thomann. To save playmobils.


When you unpack the microphone, the first impression we have is: "Well, they forgot components" and "Oh I did not know that microphones manufactured from recycled plastic."
In the multitude of microphones available, it was the Rolls, Mercedes, Renault and Dacia. With it, you have a car for Barbie. Everything is plastic, probably including the capsule. Everything that is going on in poor boardy, stifled. When they developed this model, it stopped in the middle of the course and have had time to work the frequencies from 20 to 500hz. Above, look no, there's not.

Somadlatéci's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" For poor musicians."

The T.bone SC300
Wide diaphragm condenser microphone
Directivity: super cardioid
Frequency response: 40 - 18000 Hz
Sensitivity: -35dBV/pa (22.4 mV / pa)
Max SPL: 136 dB
Requires 36-52V phantom power
Weight: 320 g

The microphone is plastic and the box is bulky and shapeless, which does not help the storage of equipment.


I've had five years, but I stopped using the last 3 years.

I have not tried before buying.

The sound is pretty rough and imprecise.

I used to recording amp or instrument and voice. I did it because it was offered with my recorder.

The price / quality ratio is good because the price is very low while the quality is just low.

With experience, I opted for an AK 220 Perception two years after the purchase of this microphone.

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

The T.bone SC300
A micro plastic supercardio I think. Very simple. Supplied with mounting box and its protection. The binding is solid. The box is twice too big. Not practical when you carry a lot of material but at least it protects perfectly.

The microphone also comes with a "sheet". You'll find its polar curve and a frequency response completely fanciful. Laughter guaranteed.

A product could not be more simple.


Well it costs virtually nothing. It is not provided asser acute and relatively well supplied with severe draft. I'd say it's a "super-supercardio" in the sense that it only takes really very little about the odds.

Is what I would do this choice? yes of course. It helps out a lot better now when you're not in the hands and like me you like it medium-grain in-your-face or a 58 rating on a farm for 58 votes. I'm with the voice, the recording amplifier, voice, mood, ... This was not always beautiful but it works.

I love the HH. This is also the only place I use it now. Matter of taste you have to believe ...

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