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  • Clem''sClem''s

    Everything depends on the objective

    The T.bone EM9600Published on 10/29/14 at 18:35
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Micro has two positions: Cardioid and Hyper-Cardioid
    Small-diaphragm condenser microphone.

    For specifications, its passage hyper-cardio cardio is quite useful if you want more or less capture the mood of a scene or you can just select a clear voice. Lacks a bit of power without phantom power: 7/10 in features.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 3 years now. It was the first microphone I bought. My goal at the time was to use a microphone to properly capture the voices on a shoot. I immediately had a big problem with him namely power. Useless to try to connect your microphone to your computer to record on Audacity will not get anything ... You always need a recorder (Personal: nume…
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    Micro has two positions: Cardioid and Hyper-Cardioid
    Small-diaphragm condenser microphone.

    For specifications, its passage hyper-cardio cardio is quite useful if you want more or less capture the mood of a scene or you can just select a clear voice. Lacks a bit of power without phantom power: 7/10 in features.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 3 years now. It was the first microphone I bought. My goal at the time was to use a microphone to properly capture the voices on a shoot. I immediately had a big problem with him namely power. Useless to try to connect your microphone to your computer to record on Audacity will not get anything ... You always need a recorder (Personal: numeric Tascam DR-07) ​​and then connect it to your camera. I subsequently bought a phantom power and this time the sound was already much better. However, a problem still persists ... I do not get a clear, clean and perfectly audible. I can not seem to get a bass sound that has stifled a sort of "voice bubble". However, if we can have a technician perch close enough players the sound is acceptable or even good for amateurism. His strong point? good quality when holding the microphone to his mouth. Ideal for a story, an interview or a voice recording, t-bone EM9600 will default when you though you will have to remove a little of the sound source.

    Rating: 6/10
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  • jbgjbg

    The T.bone EM9600Published on 10/30/08 at 04:29
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - Type of microphone: shotgun microphone (or hyper-cardio cardio, selectable by switch). Powered by AA battery or phantom power. Comes with a foam, a clip, XLR cable that does not inspire confidence. The gearbox is practical.

    OVERALL OPINION

    - Use: with a pole for short-or mtrage film company, interior and exterior.

    - My opinion: I use it with Rycote windscreen S-375 (very good suspension and wind protection). I have some handling noise with movements of perch despite my RYCOTE!!
    The sound is satisfactory (no big dfault noticeable), the difference cardio / hyper is not bad. The foam is not nothing: trslger outdoors with the wind, even when pint of wind noise.
    The battery l…
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    - Type of microphone: shotgun microphone (or hyper-cardio cardio, selectable by switch). Powered by AA battery or phantom power. Comes with a foam, a clip, XLR cable that does not inspire confidence. The gearbox is practical.

    OVERALL OPINION

    - Use: with a pole for short-or mtrage film company, interior and exterior.

    - My opinion: I use it with Rycote windscreen S-375 (very good suspension and wind protection). I have some handling noise with movements of perch despite my RYCOTE!!
    The sound is satisfactory (no big dfault noticeable), the difference cardio / hyper is not bad. The foam is not nothing: trslger outdoors with the wind, even when pint of wind noise.
    The battery lasts a long time.

    For the price (58) is a good plan for implementation of amateurs. But to use srieuse must avoid the copy.
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