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The T.bone SCT700

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" Unbeatable quality / price"

The T.bone SCT700Published on 07/08/14 at 04:01
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Joint microphone used on dry guitars, overhead / atmosphere drums, vocals. Tube technology.

OVERALL OPINION

Micro lamp first prize, pretty well stocked (suspension, power supply, carrying case, windscreen, etc.). This is my first micro tube, I tested a lot of mics before transistor (audio technica, shure, etc). None the finesse of it for the song.

I have two now for 5 or 6 years, and I must say that for the entry level of the lamps was there really versatile and useful material context semi-pro or pro (studio only, the micro takes too the noise to be used elsewhere). Although "framed", ie with insulating foam to avoid reverberations, seeking the right distance and the right......
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Joint microphone used on dry guitars, overhead / atmosphere drums, vocals. Tube technology.

OVERALL OPINION

Micro lamp first prize, pretty well stocked (suspension, power supply, carrying case, windscreen, etc.). This is my first micro tube, I tested a lot of mics before transistor (audio technica, shure, etc). None the finesse of it for the song.

I have two now for 5 or 6 years, and I must say that for the entry level of the lamps was there really versatile and useful material context semi-pro or pro (studio only, the micro takes too the noise to be used elsewhere). Although "framed", ie with insulating foam to avoid reverberations, seeking the right distance and the right positioning in the room, it is a quite impressive microphone.

We looked for our final prod to compare different microphones, neumann, shure, audio technica, mxl, and singing, and what was the best. To our ears at least, everything is relative in music.

One small problem, sometimes some noise (buzzing, ringing) but still passengers. you plant it can take on a very soft sounds (intro dry scraper) but use rock w / no worries.

If I had to buy a microphone with my budget at the time, I will be barreling without hesitation.
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" My first studio microphone!"

The T.bone SCT700Published on 04/06/14 at 10:48
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Good overall record!

Lack some air! 5normal for the price!

OVERALL OPINION

This is a very good mic to start!
simple and efficient for the price!

with a big flaw capsule is misplaced! which create unpleasant hissing as it exposes too! But with a good anti pop and especially good technique mic no worries!

I saw a tutorial for changing the grid to solve this problem!

The microphone should lose a little son years of loyalty but it is normal for this type!

Robust enough!

Cordialment
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" Excellent price / quality ratio"

The T.bone SCT700Published on 01/24/14 at 01:04
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Tube microphone that I used for both voice for guitars, electric or acoustic.

Comes with a damn good metal case, with the power of the lamp housing and cable, XLR cable not terrible, big clip that will carry this very heavy micro (bring a mic stand that holds up), and the power cable.

This is serious and complete.

OVERALL OPINION

I used it for several years before selling it to move to the Neumann. I had the opportunity to work with a bunch of mics (Neumann, Rode, Shure, Audio-Technica, so on ...), and T-Bone comes out with honors.

It will not make miracles but sondier can get away with, no problem. The lamp is nice for the large level sources, such guitar amp background, it......
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Tube microphone that I used for both voice for guitars, electric or acoustic.

Comes with a damn good metal case, with the power of the lamp housing and cable, XLR cable not terrible, big clip that will carry this very heavy micro (bring a mic stand that holds up), and the power cable.

This is serious and complete.

OVERALL OPINION

I used it for several years before selling it to move to the Neumann. I had the opportunity to work with a bunch of mics (Neumann, Rode, Shure, Audio-Technica, so on ...), and T-Bone comes out with honors.

It will not make miracles but sondier can get away with, no problem. The lamp is nice for the large level sources, such guitar amp background, it also gives all taken a nice little hand, gently tickles the ears in the medium.

Attention to the weight of the beast: you need a good foot, properly adjusted.

The price / quality ratio is excellent. For that price, there is a serious and versatile microphone.
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" BEURKK"

The T.bone SCT700Published on 01/08/12 at 17:07
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I started to rap when I bought my first microphone was told (studio), but after testing it on a coupled alessi multimix 8usb the result is worse than dégueulasse.Je do not know much but then I bought a Behringer B-1 and a mixer behringer FX .... I do not know what,
I can tell you that the difference is surprisingly moving from a poor result in good to very good!

OVERALL OPINION

I used a 2 month sentence.

first microphone.

I do nothing apart from the micro package.

the quality / price is + / - well knowing that the B-1 is cheaper and gives a pleasant rendering.

with the experience I would do not have that choice. ...
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I started to rap when I bought my first microphone was told (studio), but after testing it on a coupled alessi multimix 8usb the result is worse than dégueulasse.Je do not know much but then I bought a Behringer B-1 and a mixer behringer FX .... I do not know what,
I can tell you that the difference is surprisingly moving from a poor result in good to very good!

OVERALL OPINION

I used a 2 month sentence.

first microphone.

I do nothing apart from the micro package.

the quality / price is + / - well knowing that the B-1 is cheaper and gives a pleasant rendering.

with the experience I would do not have that choice.
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  • Manufacturer: The T.bone
  • Model: SCT700
  • Category: Large diaphragm condenser tube microphones
  • Added in our database on: 08/26/2004

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