Well, I tested the Q2HD on his part, that is the main reason why I bought it.
The breath is enough in this way volume: I'm pretty disappointed about that.
on the other hand on the bottom, despite disabling the low-cut, the bass are not present.
so I try to capture its proximity to see (these are 2 pc speaker Altec for the test) with a setting where the bass is quite present (let's say I feel like a dynamic sub to ear to 50hz with sound "full" type).
Result: it does not ring a barrel (it is already) but the curve still seems rough on the answer: it is very far from the answer to my ear, especially on the medium mics do not sound Q2HD really right.
Finally the sound even pregnant at 20 cm to garish sounds like a close miking, while speakers with perforated grilles and small diameters hps, so that the speakers are fairly omnidirectional The microphone also Q2HD.
In short it is a good gadget, but you have to remove the defects of Q2HD on the soundtrack after dosing.
Anyway, I'm good to buy very expensive microphones ...
Too bad it looked fun as product ...
PS: the definition is good and unlike the capture made by Thomann, my copy does not default on the linearity of the dynamics on the acute (birdsong not pass on copy Thomann on their website: you can hear it clearly, mine does NOT have this defect.)
against the breath is much more present than on capturing Thomann.