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  • high_lighhigh_ligh

    The T.bone MS180Published on 11/04/07 at 16:38
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - What type of microphone?
    It is made for microphones without windscreen, mainly used for static microphone.

    - What technology?
    Plastic component
    Filter clingy style, simple.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I for 1 and a half
    The fixing is zero, the clip serves bad, especially on the feet of KM micro thin enough at the pole. The arm is too short and the filter not big enough I will add at least 2cm in diameter. It not too bad removes pops.
    I did not have much time to try else on site leisure store the last one at the time.
    About 15 euros, it dpanne difficult. I do not rechoisirai this one, I prefer to see 5 more euros 10.
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    - What type of microphone?
    It is made for microphones without windscreen, mainly used for static microphone.

    - What technology?
    Plastic component
    Filter clingy style, simple.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I for 1 and a half
    The fixing is zero, the clip serves bad, especially on the feet of KM micro thin enough at the pole. The arm is too short and the filter not big enough I will add at least 2cm in diameter. It not too bad removes pops.
    I did not have much time to try else on site leisure store the last one at the time.
    About 15 euros, it dpanne difficult. I do not rechoisirai this one, I prefer to see 5 more euros 10.
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  • phenix!phenix!

    The T.bone MS180Published on 01/15/07 at 06:51
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Ben is a filter anti_pop, also called anti wind allows, among other attnuer plosives (the "PP", "BB").

    He settled well on a microphone stand, one can easily rgler the corner to place it.
    It is solid and well done for the other, as is always the same principle and the same components that are used.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I post a review this anti pop because nobody ever does (rarely) ... at the same time I reckon it's not too useful, but I wanted to do a review on this type of accessories, however, essential for recording studio condenser microphones large diaphragm particular song.

    In addition to style "j'travaille pro" (who cares), this thing can CRER a minimum distance between…
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    Ben is a filter anti_pop, also called anti wind allows, among other attnuer plosives (the "PP", "BB").

    He settled well on a microphone stand, one can easily rgler the corner to place it.
    It is solid and well done for the other, as is always the same principle and the same components that are used.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I post a review this anti pop because nobody ever does (rarely) ... at the same time I reckon it's not too useful, but I wanted to do a review on this type of accessories, however, essential for recording studio condenser microphones large diaphragm particular song.

    In addition to style "j'travaille pro" (who cares), this thing can CRER a minimum distance between the singer and the microphone, to avoid that in the heat of the moment, but n anmoins filled full of good volontil mic gets too close and the Screws up the socket.

    In short, a good product that works as well as others.
    I think not need to pay 30 euros for a product that does the same thing just because it is stamped with a prestigious brand.

    If I could return to rear, I will p'tre the XL version, but the good ... that's enough.

    You can do it too, but even so I'm not handy (AC pisses me off), and this price (14.90euros) prfres I buy it (pay at the same time as my sct700 and my Mindprint TRIO).
    Voilou
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  • **naPOLEoN****naPOLEoN**

    The T.bone MS180Published on 01/13/09 at 14:28
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Pop filter without consortium ......

    OVERALL OPINION

    Just a little precision, the MODEL has changed the aatache type 'clip micro' is more equipped actualit is now an 'arm', a strip of scrap that is true to say fixed on the microphone stand with a plastic screw / Teflon, and a hinge that extends Whereas the field of action, identical to the filter AKG, in short, this filter is worth it and that kind of purchase does not need more investment, there's probably better (the PS triangle is too good!) but it made its taf.
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