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The T.bone SCT2000
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music007 music007
Publié le 12/28/06 à 05:04
This microphone is a microphone large lamp membrane as everyone knows ...
RAS is a good start.
I am having trouble stitching on the microphone, it is pricked everywhere on the body of microphones, and just to one side yet he always does entrepos ... so I do not know not sure what to think.
So I'll repaint it may be because I'm the "costomiser" IAW which t Present in the forum on this microphone. I change all of this micro condos and I also put the mtalliques resistances ... icing on the cake and I will also change the lamp ...
I hte to listen to the result.

NOTICE GLOBAL

I use it for a few months.
For now I accuracy of all that I have used on guitars and a voice, but I have hte to test the deeper ...
I t pleasantly surprised by his heat against it must be mfier lack of treble, made a little MP3 exagre sometimes ... I just obviously but in the spirit it's a little fawn all over 15Khz there anything ... and at the same time it makes sense on a large diaphragm ... but when m am I expected better.
This is also why I tried the mod ...
Unlike what people say prcdants opinion, there is a proximity effect, but does not act on the bass, but the characteristics of the lamp transfers, so more compress, working the sound thick.
It is obvious by comparing it with a good microphone transistor.
I wait to try it on a bass or a bass drum.

I tried several microphones, but this is the first micro lamp I buys ... I compar with a microwave transistor 4050. AT a voice, it is quite surprising :dropoff window
_The Phase changes sometimes is often out of phase with the 4050 ...
_The Signal is totally rabott.
But at the same time it is an advantage considrable replaces a compressor taking ... It is a kind of natural compression decision, but it's a bit Avalon typ ...
I love the clear voice taken accuracy of all with the air, and I think it lacks a bit of brightness and definition in acute or acute extreme but ts often I fight the opposite excesses: too acute, which is just as dsastreux ...
I listen to hte that overlooks a grate amp in its saturated or even a bass amp, and also on an acoustic guitar after making the changes.

The report qualitprix is ​​amazing, you can not ask him to walk exactly like a U47.
A BMOL all the same: one is stung from all over the front of the microphone body, it is obvious that it is a treatment default ... But it is not I'm serious ... why not paint it pink or neon yellow like (just kidding).
The first one I bought I found Cygnus 200 per net. Even today, I just bought a second home Toto 288 with a coupon of 10.
As soon as I reois I think transform also conditon that the First transformation is conclusive ... so considering the price of the amendment, 30 micro, I dj taken all the components for the second ...
I shall have more that try diffrente lamps ...
Despite the few outlets that I did with, I achterais 6 well at all, as I would be 3 couples ... Given the rates I do not really prendais risks.
At the same time if I find the same price for a C12 clone, I prefer to buy a copy of the C12 ... matter of taste ...
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