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All user reviews of 3/5 for the The T.bone SC400

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titoo87's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Good entry-level micro"

The T.bone SC400
Cardioid studio microphone static ncessitant a 48V phantom power.


I use it for about two years, with a pop filter. Despite the fact that it is cardioid, it captures a lot of background noise, an anti-reflector may also be useful.

I Rode NTK for a test, a range well above and sing live with a Shure Beta 87A Shure 520DX and which are micro-level suprieure, but for that price it is pleased trsistant and filled out his Czech.

jimmyG's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Very good product to begin"

The T.bone SC400
Large-diaphragm cardioid condenser.
low-cut filter 6 dB at 100Hz
frequency response 30 Hz - 20 kHz
48V phantom power


I use it for almost a year and I'm happy. It is a good product for recording voices and guitars. However much he captures the sound environment of the room or to register, I advise you to soundproof a corner of your room to avoid being too intrusive a reverb in your recording. For my part a few egg dishes are enough to isolate the sound. I therefore recommend this product to begin the recording with a low budget.
With the experience I turned this into a product of more advanced such as AKG or Shure because I search a more péchus and more versatile.