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Publié le 04/18/08 à 14:41
Value For Money : Excellent
For the characteristics, everything said t lower. Micro Chinese lamp.

The multidirectivit respond allows all situations
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NOTICE GLOBAL

Search a microphone to the sound as natural as possible and dpourvu this gloss modern microphones in the medium-high hardness and high gnrant sibillance (voice made F / H).

The acquisition of a MK 319 has achieved this goal. If the medium - high medium is a superb musicality prcis see soft fat, the treble is attnu it though. Catches are lacking a bit of air. The correction of this spectrum has to do with a high-quality equa on pain of acute Synthetic. Under these conditions, with a good prampli (average output level of the microphone), the MK319 allows to compete with the tnors GRADE some voices, the high-medium and treble corpulent.

Passage micro lamp with TBS. The overall definition is better overall. The output level is more lev. Bel impact and thickness of the stamp. But under certain conditions, the high-augu medium (between 5 and 8 kHz) can sometimes avrrer harsh hair, nothing serious and without comparison with many small Chinese and Australian friends. It corrects the qua aisment if voice is supported on this spectrum. Finally, the lower medium can avrer a little too rough for proximity effect. Here again it is trslger.

TBS is provided originally a Chinese 12AX7. Following the opinion DPOS by Le-Petit-Alchemist, I changed the lamp for a 12AY7 GT. I confirm completely observations: high-medium is attnue and is much more pretty and sweet, while it does not seem as acute (at del 10 kHz) is lower, according to the info I distill my 8040. Finally, the lower medium is a little less loaded in proximity. Mutation Russia, this micro and wins acclaim.
I tried also a 12AX7 (more gain and harmonics, less sweet but better precision transient) and 12AT7 (like the 12AY7 but with less amplitude) home EH. The interest with TBS, is that depending on the lights, the sound color is changed. Multiple microphones in an amount, based on the record source. In addition, the lamp is very AIS change.

Another advantage: it does not dtimbre many off-axis. So that the singer can move a bit without really changing the sound (the opposite of a C414).

For the taking of an acoustic guitar, I find it a bit slow and too bulky coat. I prefer him a pair of C451 in SE3, faster and therefore more prcis. But equally depends played the style.

A BMOL: A premiermicro's tomb in the harbor: significant loss of gain and acute, parasites when turning the slecteur of slectivit (!). The lamp n'tait not involved.
Toto warranty, me have changed against a new one. Observation: the sound is not the same. Quietest and cot imprcis walls of serious and has attnu plusfaible proximity effect in cardio. It accredits much the idea that Chinese products do not prsentent a homogeneous quality. Therefore caution.

In conclusion

The +:

- Micro's report qualitprix excellent. For a low-end price, it attacks the mid to high range
-The Taken stamps are very musical and prcis without the caricature and drooling cot lamp
- Possibility to change the color by changing the lamp. Multiple microphones in one.

The -:

- Lower medium proximity effect a rough haired, slightly above medium hard sometimes but maitris withthe 12AY7 GT
- Weight (necessity of a sturdy feet)
- Average quality of Suspension
- Unsurpassed Quality of production
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