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  • Thomas BoulengerThomas Boulenger

    great for trumpet

    Superlux PRA-383DPublished on 09/08/14 at 10:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it to trumpet and banjo

    OVERALL OPINION

    what I like is the price and it does the job ...

    I used for 3 to 4 years to perfect a trumpet, it supports the pressure very well without saturating.

    I have not tried it with another instrument like sax or clarinet.
    In addition, only for the case with mini XLR worth buying. I plugged the other as a shure mic and it works ...
    If it again without hesitation, and more if it crashed or if it is the fact chourer, at that price Pills are much better !!!
  • jazzexjazzex

    Superlux PRA-383DPublished on 11/09/06 at 01:02
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Type: condenser microphone. (48v or 9v battery)
    super cardioid
    frquence 40 / 18000 hz

    Use brass, strings;
    pressure 114dB

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 1 month. test together with sax and tp, rpeter. (only for a muted tp): trs for the live well.
    I love the most: the clamp (spring force) trs tenacious.
    sound: trs good record, no staining,
    output level: Attack of the gain knobs on the trs tot with a big room to maneuver.
    trs solid overall compared to E608 or Ramsa
    is the clone of the AT pro 35 AX except the cell that is diffrent (made in taiwan)
    Q / P unbeatable 59 in toto.
    what I like least: the cable a bit short.
    MODEL number with or without power supply un…
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    Type: condenser microphone. (48v or 9v battery)
    super cardioid
    frquence 40 / 18000 hz

    Use brass, strings;
    pressure 114dB

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 1 month. test together with sax and tp, rpeter. (only for a muted tp): trs for the live well.
    I love the most: the clamp (spring force) trs tenacious.
    sound: trs good record, no staining,
    output level: Attack of the gain knobs on the trs tot with a big room to maneuver.
    trs solid overall compared to E608 or Ramsa
    is the clone of the AT pro 35 AX except the cell that is diffrent (made in taiwan)
    Q / P unbeatable 59 in toto.
    what I like least: the cable a bit short.
    MODEL number with or without power supply unit 48v in a box (plastic carrying case, while being protected)
    I saw the price Do not hesitate. vrifier time now.
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  • flamingoflamingo

    Superlux PRA-383DPublished on 01/04/08 at 09:29
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The PRA is the PRA 383 D 383 with a power strip that contains the 1.5 Volt AA battery when no power 48 V available. It is a condenser microphone note that the maximum permissible level is 137 dB (manual), which allows the Interacting on toms for example.

    To add to that comment Previous bote is plutt practice. Curve rponse constructor is plutt flat between 200 and 10,000 Hz, the ends (40 and 18,000 Hz) are that -6 dB.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Rcemment bought.
    Given the price at which it can be found on some well known websites, the report is excellent quality price (62 Euros with an XLR cable 10 meters + 5 Euros for an adapter XLR - JACK 6.35) .
    Essay on a clarinet rendering is exce…
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    The PRA is the PRA 383 D 383 with a power strip that contains the 1.5 Volt AA battery when no power 48 V available. It is a condenser microphone note that the maximum permissible level is 137 dB (manual), which allows the Interacting on toms for example.

    To add to that comment Previous bote is plutt practice. Curve rponse constructor is plutt flat between 200 and 10,000 Hz, the ends (40 and 18,000 Hz) are that -6 dB.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Rcemment bought.
    Given the price at which it can be found on some well known websites, the report is excellent quality price (62 Euros with an XLR cable 10 meters + 5 Euros for an adapter XLR - JACK 6.35) .
    Essay on a clarinet rendering is excellent, the grip is small WARNING for the pavilion and it takes a little tinkering. On saxophone tnor rendering is excellent (given the price), the wire is 1.5 m long enough to place the power supply in the pocket. There is some noise buffers sax but it is widely supported. Everything is advisable for scne or rptitions, a bit tight for the studio. Balance is a good surprise. Sr Although there are better but much more expensive. Before I tried shure mics for sax, but the grip is much more comfortable.
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  • volodiajavolodiaja

    Superlux PRA-383DPublished on 06/27/08 at 04:13
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Everything has been said before

    OVERALL OPINION

    - How long have you use it?
    6 months or a little more now, exclusively on my clarinet to repeat (the drummer plays loud!) And live.

    - What is so special that you like most and least?
    Assets:
    - Value / unbeatable price
    - High sensitivity
    - Small preamp practice.

    Cons:
    - A little sensitive to the feedback with the return or exaggerated ...
    - Pete of the clamp that the first installation. Too small to lodge a Bb Clarinet, yet it is sold for this instrument ...
    - Its a bit metal for my own use

    - Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    I was playing with betas 98: ca does not ca better and will hold …
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    Everything has been said before

    OVERALL OPINION

    - How long have you use it?
    6 months or a little more now, exclusively on my clarinet to repeat (the drummer plays loud!) And live.

    - What is so special that you like most and least?
    Assets:
    - Value / unbeatable price
    - High sensitivity
    - Small preamp practice.

    Cons:
    - A little sensitive to the feedback with the return or exaggerated ...
    - Pete of the clamp that the first installation. Too small to lodge a Bb Clarinet, yet it is sold for this instrument ...
    - Its a bit metal for my own use

    - Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    I was playing with betas 98: ca does not ca better and will hold only the flag ... or SM57/58, admit it's way to the mobility of the instrument on stage.

    - How would you rate the quality / price?
    Good value.

    - With experience, you do again this choice? ...
    Yes. I also want to go experience. I use it with the clip (at least his remains) taped to the roof and the microphone towards the key. The sound is balanced and somewhat less sensitive to feedback (note the wrong move!). For my work a little sound, I go into a compressor and a equalo, pedal format, all from home behringer. It allows me to make up for lost frequencies (fingering mouth) and to correct some small problems. A supplement may be a pre amp tube to give warmth to all that!
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