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  • mr bricolagemr bricolage

    SD Systems LCM 300Published on 09/05/05 at 05:37
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Micro portable accordion
    3 back-electret condenser microphone
    cardioid-unidirectional
    20-20.000 Hz
    -66 MV
    200 Ohm
    139 dB
    9V or phantom power 48-52V
    + / - 1 mA
    XLR balanced output

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this system on my accordion for 3 years.
    And taking a minimum of prcaution there are super strong.
    The dynamic is the sound is warm and there is grain frankly trs good microphone.
    I do it again this choice without hesitation.
  • zitounizitouni

    SD Systems LCM 300Published on 02/08/06 at 07:55
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Recovery system for accordion LCM300 SD Systems including:

    3 electret condenser capsule suspension
    Accordion adaptable attachment system (right hand)
    attachment system to scratch and flexible (left hand)
    housing adjustment and preamp power supply. by 9V battery or 48V phantom

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it as a sound engineer with a group of songs for about a year
    strengths: its system of hooks specific for accordion (the only existing system to my knowledge) robust and well thought out and sound quality that truly respects the timbre of the instrument. This gives a very warm and natural sound if only one place the microphones with a little back from the vents: the balance b…
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    Recovery system for accordion LCM300 SD Systems including:

    3 electret condenser capsule suspension
    Accordion adaptable attachment system (right hand)
    attachment system to scratch and flexible (left hand)
    housing adjustment and preamp power supply. by 9V battery or 48V phantom

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it as a sound engineer with a group of songs for about a year
    strengths: its system of hooks specific for accordion (the only existing system to my knowledge) robust and well thought out and sound quality that truly respects the timbre of the instrument. This gives a very warm and natural sound if only one place the microphones with a little back from the vents: the balance between play, breath and mechanical noise is simply perfect. I found a placement for the microphone left hand, not against but in the vent above the keys: the sound is much better.

    weaknesses: the thread of his left hand can be a bit short in some configurations, one must look a bit to find the perfect fitting and proper positioning of the microphones, the son and the case.
    About the preamp box, its design is poor, it can be a balance left hand / right hand, but no way to separate the two channels, which can pose a problem for the registry changes (but can be an advantage for small patches). In addition we do not know or place, the son is too short to put on the straps in the back is a little hassle.

    The value for money is very correct, because the sound quality is at the rendezvous, and aesthetics! No more clumsy blundering tips to keep SM98!

    This choice I would do without hesitation, because it is the only system that currently exists, including hooks and perfect quality microphones!
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