Large-diaphragm condenser microphone transistor.
Low-cut 75Hz and 150Hz
8 and omni directivity cardiovascular
Comes in an attractive aluminum carrying case with foam windscreen, shock and support (the latter both of very good quality and very good passive practice)
All ends well, I disassemble by curiosity to see what was dedant is more srieux my SC400, has inspired confidence
attention it is quite large, so avoid pids millniums 15: D
2 weeks that I
I don't have a lot of experience with condenser microphone, but I already had the opportunity to use a tbone SC400 (which I own), an audiotechnica 2020, an SE Electronics Gemini II (of his friends Eng)
I bought it mainly for home studio use, mostly rock and folk, for vocals, acoustic guitar, amps ...
What I like about this microphone is first its multi-use mode, in cardio mode it sounds a little less natural, but perfect in a rock band, voice gets very well in the mix, with fine treble, 8 mode is immediately much softer, lighter, perfect for vocals or guitars in a more calm, omni is much round, for instruments and voice I like it less, for ambiance sound takes it is not bad.
The pad allows to use the microphone for sound sources very powerful, and I even put it touching the guitar amp playing at max volume and the microphone held up very well, missing some precision toe be used as is but as an add-on to a SM57 it is very nice: D
I have not noticed any lack of treble as in many other micro Tbone, I think this one has nice, natural enough and sounds a lot less closed as my SC400, compared to the SC400 the sound much compressed more natural, so for the moment I do not regret my purchase one second
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