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  • Anonymous

    Stagg DMS-5700HPublished on 01/25/05 at 04:23
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Microphones prvu Kit with 2 battery over-heads electro-static cardioid ncessitant a power supply 48volts + 4 cardioid dynamic microphones and micro dynamics. cardio. for bass drum.

    I use their microphones for many things:
    - Overheads: cymbals, drums, string quartet, double bass, voice, etc.. and it works well plutt (for voice, was still a bit lightweight).
    - The dynamic 4. : Snare drum, fts drums, percussion, guitar-amp, etc.. and works just as well (with a small flat for snare prfre or I take a good old SM-57).
    - Dynamic bass drum: Only for the big-boxes with, if one takes the time to find the right location, the attack and serious.

    The kit comes with a carrying case, 2 clips a…
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    Microphones prvu Kit with 2 battery over-heads electro-static cardioid ncessitant a power supply 48volts + 4 cardioid dynamic microphones and micro dynamics. cardio. for bass drum.

    I use their microphones for many things:
    - Overheads: cymbals, drums, string quartet, double bass, voice, etc.. and it works well plutt (for voice, was still a bit lightweight).
    - The dynamic 4. : Snare drum, fts drums, percussion, guitar-amp, etc.. and works just as well (with a small flat for snare prfre or I take a good old SM-57).
    - Dynamic bass drum: Only for the big-boxes with, if one takes the time to find the right location, the attack and serious.

    The kit comes with a carrying case, 2 clips and 2 wind overheads.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for over two years and I'm not considering spare. I like the sound, versatility drisoire for a price!
    I tried a lot of other mics, and there is necessarily better, but that price is hard to find. You just take a little time for testing for positions and, when one is familiar with these mics, it's enough to draw good things to trs.
    I just complte with 2 SM-57 (for snare drum and some above-amp guitar) and a studio microphone for singing. With this kit, I have produced three albums dj, and no criticism of me I made his ...
    A choice that I do not regret at all.
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  • JamianJamian

    Stagg DMS-5700HPublished on 08/01/05 at 05:05
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Battery kit based, but with t used in other contexts ...

    2 electro-static (cymbals and / or atmosphere), 4 dynamic drums, and another dynamic bass drum.

    The whole is more than enough for a battery configuration "normal" (read: not with 36 barrels)

    OVERALL OPINION

    The drummer of my old group had bought this kit. Time or are still playing, use the battery gave rsultat more than drinking. The bass drum was no longer a "soup", each impact prcis silent and you could hear the toms finally a more appropriate level from a battery not amplify plays hard (it does what it can with what is a. ..)

    I have also used the 4 to record a dynamic wind band (we always do what we can, with wh…
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    Battery kit based, but with t used in other contexts ...

    2 electro-static (cymbals and / or atmosphere), 4 dynamic drums, and another dynamic bass drum.

    The whole is more than enough for a battery configuration "normal" (read: not with 36 barrels)

    OVERALL OPINION

    The drummer of my old group had bought this kit. Time or are still playing, use the battery gave rsultat more than drinking. The bass drum was no longer a "soup", each impact prcis silent and you could hear the toms finally a more appropriate level from a battery not amplify plays hard (it does what it can with what is a. ..)

    I have also used the 4 to record a dynamic wind band (we always do what we can, with what we have always) and I have surprised by the t trs r results. He has had to be a sr legalization, but all were well frquences t registered, default of being at the right volume. sr although not worth crertainement not prvus microphones for, but am 'when even a well-tonn.

    One of these dynamics also t used to record a distorted guitar playing on a baffle of BG412H Behringer. L too, my expectancy at your exact adpass. It took just a hair rduire frquences made by the clumps.
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  • BérengerLMDMBérengerLMDM

    Stagg DMS-5700HPublished on 07/10/08 at 11:26
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    Static 2 5 4 with dynamic mics for tom and snare mic and a GC for the sound. I focus not on it, I have to break the next chapter. I put 5 because it lacks a micro hi-hat, but There's the required. Roh worse no, you would have taken too much, I'm just swinging against ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 2 years. Or rather, I try not to use it for 2 years. Kit cardboard big m **** call it what you want. When I see the note you put it I do not understand ...

    Let's be constructive: You pay € 300 in order to have her with a small battery. you put the kick drum mic the snare drum the other, you record and the surprise, the bass drum mic has no bass response, the overhead is unclear at …
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    Static 2 5 4 with dynamic mics for tom and snare mic and a GC for the sound. I focus not on it, I have to break the next chapter. I put 5 because it lacks a micro hi-hat, but There's the required. Roh worse no, you would have taken too much, I'm just swinging against ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 2 years. Or rather, I try not to use it for 2 years. Kit cardboard big m **** call it what you want. When I see the note you put it I do not understand ...

    Let's be constructive: You pay € 300 in order to have her with a small battery. you put the kick drum mic the snare drum the other, you record and the surprise, the bass drum mic has no bass response, the overhead is unclear at will and sound "distant" with a little color cardboard ... In sound it may be convenient: no need to hire a sub, they serve no purpose once the bottom stagg you save more.

    When the tom mics and CC, it's a shame, no dynamics, no presence, staining nearly a filthy, poor transient response, effect of distance again, so short of cardboard that looks like a move.

    I tried lots of other model, to the Prodipe DM8 I advise that you will spend cardboard to plastic, it's not bad. But when I hear the kit stagg, I feel like a scam. I feel like Stagg think the ears of his customers are not able to differentiate the m **** gold. Even if you can not sell micro, real, for € 300 (kit micro reasonable battery can quickly costs 700 €), companies are still not allowed to lower the quality of the microphone until there.

    Scam, its cardboard hatred against Stagg now, I can buy a kit microphone, my choice was not focused on the stagg. I would do not have that choice. I chose Beta 52A for the gc, SM57 for DC E604 on Tom, Rhode NT5 for OH ...
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  • KrisskanoKrisskano

    Stagg DMS-5700HPublished on 06/07/05 at 08:22
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I have this kit for 2 years.
    I like the price, dynamic mics, but not both static for over head, they have no Deffinitions, no grain, no clarity, static base, I have replaced the ship with Superlux three heads (see my profile for more details).
    I tried all Sennheiser (drum kit) the price difference justified Assembly did not, except on the OH.
    Taken all of my drum studio are made with this set (besides over the head :-)
    I think I'll change the micro kick or try to improve decision by coupling with a static ... the way the last Audio Technica

    OVERALL OPINION

    N / A
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    I have this kit for 2 years.
    I like the price, dynamic mics, but not both static for over head, they have no Deffinitions, no grain, no clarity, static base, I have replaced the ship with Superlux three heads (see my profile for more details).
    I tried all Sennheiser (drum kit) the price difference justified Assembly did not, except on the OH.
    Taken all of my drum studio are made with this set (besides over the head :-)
    I think I'll change the micro kick or try to improve decision by coupling with a static ... the way the last Audio Technica

    OVERALL OPINION

    N / A
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  • OliviercoolOliviercool

    Stagg DMS-5700HPublished on 05/30/09 at 05:05
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    7 PC microphones designed for miking (mostly live) batteries containing:
    <ul>

    A dynamic microphone Stagg DM-5010BD for the bass drum

    4 Stagg MD-dynamic microphones 5020TTS for snare and toms

    2 condenser microphones Stagg CM-5050HO for cymbals (phantom power required)

    </ul>

    If I understand the documentation that came with, they are cardioid, including static.

    Delivered in a briefcase kind custom flight case with 2 Bonette anti-wind and two clips, two for all mics cymbals.

    However, it lacks a microphone for the hihat to be truly comprehensive, it's too bad ... :-(((( And possibly also 2 pencils electrostatic microphones omnis for overheads, but I'm not sure it's advisable t…
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    7 PC microphones designed for miking (mostly live) batteries containing:
    <ul>

    A dynamic microphone Stagg DM-5010BD for the bass drum

    4 Stagg MD-dynamic microphones 5020TTS for snare and toms

    2 condenser microphones Stagg CM-5050HO for cymbals (phantom power required)

    </ul>

    If I understand the documentation that came with, they are cardioid, including static.

    Delivered in a briefcase kind custom flight case with 2 Bonette anti-wind and two clips, two for all mics cymbals.

    However, it lacks a microphone for the hihat to be truly comprehensive, it's too bad ... :-(((( And possibly also 2 pencils electrostatic microphones omnis for overheads, but I'm not sure it's advisable to use live because they are likely to take the risk then returns with feedback, at least possibly that the drummer uses a headphone for his return. In my opinion, overheads, but is recommended only in the studio. Live, to capture the elements treble (cymbals - hi-hat), it is better to use static-pencils indeed but cardioid, one per element and place them as close as possible.

    Brackets for attaching the 4 toms on the toms are also to be purchased separately (+ mic stands for the other microphones, of course ^ ^)

    OVERALL OPINION

    Well, it is true that so far, whether live or in studio, I fesais recordings of mainly electronic music. And then suddenly, in March 2007, I meet regularly for a few months of musicians rock - hard rock. I told myself that I would be careful what it takes for making acoustic batteries, you never know.

    So I fitted this kit drum mics and Peavey PV 14 USB, a mixer that I specially dedicated to mixing of these microphones. Other musicians will be taken directly to my Akai DPS16 multitrack.

    Well, I am well aware that the configuration of a battery may change as the drummer and the kind of music played. That is why I (and I already have some of them) the following microphones:
    <ul>

    1 dynamic large diaphragm Stagg DM-5010 for a possible second bass drum (the American batteries, for example). I wonder why I did not find a second DM-5010BD piece but hey, it's practically the same, just the color that changes slightly: the DM-5010 is black and a little clearer .

    2 of the famous Shure SM57 dynamic specifically for snare drums played with sticks hard

    An electret Apex 435 large diaphragm kit for Apex SP1 cais clear played with broom sticks (jazz, for example)

    2 electro-static kit Apex 180, Apex SP1 for overheads. Yes, because Stagg CM-5050HO delivered with are not really terrible. They are desperately short of even low dynamics. In fact, the greatest part of the users use them as overhead mics omnis So while on the doc that comes with it is shown that they are cardioid. To be used thus for the cymbals.

    1 pair of electro-static Apex 185 for the hi-hat (and the second, I can use it for a troixième cymbals, for example).

    </ul>

    Well, with no acoustic drums, I still could not test them, to be continued. I confience my instinct soundman ^ ^ And for bargain prices, I am now dressed correctly for any requests ^ ^ Especially since the microphones of the kit can be used to other applications. The second bass drum, for example, can be used to make a bass amp, mics for toms, guitar amps, etc..

    Moreover, if I believe the advice of an experienced user visibly, the circle of application of these microphones can be more éllargi than I originally thought. Indeed, it seems that overheads can be used for making drums cymbals, string quartet, bass, etc. and also for dynamic percussion, notament. So it is certainly not lost ^ ^

    In addition, I made a mega-deal. In fact, I paid almost half used price as the price nine that is itself already cheap ... ^ ^ ^ ^
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