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AlexKill AlexKill
Publié le 04/18/06 à 13:09
This is a case of seven microphones for miking drums, all connections are XLR, cables not included, Fasteners not included toms. The two overheads for cymbals capacitors are therefore requires +48 V phantom power supplies on a table to feed them. L o be careful is that the four microphones is diffrencient toms by their sizes (2 medium and 2 small). In both there is little that of the snare drum which is also capacitor but the indiffrenciable deuxime (tom alto) at the point. We must therefore try to find out which it! Determines once I t bluff by the sound ... sends a powerful! the microphones are sized for the floor tom and tom mdium. Toms mics are correct, but a bit hard even with skins rgler Aquarian II perf subdue the sound. Everyone connate this problem in recording. In concert, must be a simpler, though?!
The bass drum mic is terrible, it takes all that cash in the head; Beware the breath of the wind from the skin of the reasonableness of the bass drum, it would be too in tendency to saturate the slamming.
Overheads are trs trs Obviously well but they take all the noises of the room. Therefore unless the table and get closer to the cymbals, even trs prs they give great sound.
In conclusion, I use to record and they do not owe me for the moment, now, the microphones amplify the sound of super battery but also all its default, then like most pickups, they do not forgive rglages too bad. But for the price you ask for ...

OVERALL OPINION

My exprience with these microphones is not important but for a trs Premire miking CHRE they are not great. The kit rated around 200 euros! The ratio quality price is excellent. The music professionals (and others) will perhaps be a little picky but achteront better and more expensive, so fans in purchasing power over weaklings Do not hesitate, they can not disappoint you. As against a table that you must follow derrire is to say at least eight inputs and three power supplies in phantoms + 48v xlr. Personally, I opt for Alto s / 8 is simple, effective and cheap (see review this site (one of the pro Zique !!)).
My band is doing well with growing demands and srieuses sincrement, these pickups, I do not give up!
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