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The T.bone SC100 II

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The T.bone SC100 IIPublished on 06/01/04 at 13:56
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Small capsule condenser microphone, manufactured by HE Electronics (SE2) and sold - in particular - under the brand name T-Bone distributes Thomann.
the SC100 II is - as its name suggests - a deuxime edition of the original SC100 (SE1 or the manufacturer).
This new version intrgre attnuateur a-10db and a low cut.
Comes in wooden carrying case with a carrier, are also delivered in couple with stro media and Bar.

OVERALL OPINION

I bought a couple for an association of SC100 Premire version, I bought this one two days ago.
The sounds are CHARACTERISTICS amliores in addition to function-10db and low cut.
Excellent signal level.
I compare the version with Premire AKG (3 times......
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Small capsule condenser microphone, manufactured by HE Electronics (SE2) and sold - in particular - under the brand name T-Bone distributes Thomann.
the SC100 II is - as its name suggests - a deuxime edition of the original SC100 (SE1 or the manufacturer).
This new version intrgre attnuateur a-10db and a low cut.
Comes in wooden carrying case with a carrier, are also delivered in couple with stro media and Bar.

OVERALL OPINION

I bought a couple for an association of SC100 Premire version, I bought this one two days ago.
The sounds are CHARACTERISTICS amliores in addition to function-10db and low cut.
Excellent signal level.
I compare the version with Premire AKG (3 times more expensive) and despite a little more acute narrow, worth a comparison.

Manufacturing is trssrieuse.

77 euros pice, the couple Stereo 155 is a great value quality price.
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The T.bone SC100 IIPublished on 09/06/04 at 05:08
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Condenser microphone with 10dB attenuator-and low-pass filter, recommended for the sound of acoustic instruments or battery overhead

OVERALL OPINION

I use a pair of micro for 1 month, only for the recording of acoustic piano and I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of reproduction, given the price (in € 133 in VAT for a pair Thoman the price of a single SM57) against highly sensitive to the slightest noise (movement of the damper piano), slightly too sharp which is compensated by the positioning of the two microphones. Overall, they suit me very well.
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The T.bone SC100 IIPublished on 01/31/05 at 14:18
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Although, I have ordered two pairs, shame!
the sound is great, but there are a lot of breath!
j I believed that it was damaged, I have returned, but they are like that apara,
can be taken of its close, but forget, if you want to catch a piano, acoustic guitar is the breath! , It seems that we conect a very bad breath that mixer. We can not do professional work. J've exchanged against micro behringer B5, comes with 2 capsules, nothing to do and just as much!

OVERALL OPINION

Although, I have ordered two pairs, shame!
the sound is great, but there are a lot of breath!
j I believed that it was damaged, I have returned, but they are like that apara,
can be taken of its close,......
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Although, I have ordered two pairs, shame!
the sound is great, but there are a lot of breath!
j I believed that it was damaged, I have returned, but they are like that apara,
can be taken of its close, but forget, if you want to catch a piano, acoustic guitar is the breath! , It seems that we conect a very bad breath that mixer. We can not do professional work. J've exchanged against micro behringer B5, comes with 2 capsules, nothing to do and just as much!

OVERALL OPINION

Although, I have ordered two pairs, shame!
the sound is great, but there are a lot of breath!
j I believed that it was damaged, I have returned, but they are like that apara,
can be taken of its close, but forget, if you want to catch a piano, acoustic guitar is the breath! , It seems that we conect a very bad breath that mixer. We can not do professional work. J've exchanged against micro behringer B5, comes with 2 capsules, nothing to do and just as much!
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The T.bone SC100 IIPublished on 03/30/06 at 08:29
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Small capsule condenser microphone appears to you it made by SE Electronics (SE2) clone and the Apex 185.
Delivered in wooden briefcase pseudo-luxury not really, I fear the rapid unhinging hinges, clamps are clones of Sennheiser hard plastic, no flexibility to fit any microphone in, and certainly breaking-use, it is not top either, so. But hey, at that price ...
The microphone itself seems serious, it is a good quality print production that emerges ...
€ 49 room, € 99 the stereo pair, it fell further.

OVERALL OPINION

Cash unflinchingly strong pressure sound: I use it for a month of the bombing, the Scottish bagpipe live. Signature sound fairly anonymous, is not particularly......
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Small capsule condenser microphone appears to you it made by SE Electronics (SE2) clone and the Apex 185.
Delivered in wooden briefcase pseudo-luxury not really, I fear the rapid unhinging hinges, clamps are clones of Sennheiser hard plastic, no flexibility to fit any microphone in, and certainly breaking-use, it is not top either, so. But hey, at that price ...
The microphone itself seems serious, it is a good quality print production that emerges ...
€ 49 room, € 99 the stereo pair, it fell further.

OVERALL OPINION

Cash unflinchingly strong pressure sound: I use it for a month of the bombing, the Scottish bagpipe live. Signature sound fairly anonymous, is not particularly noted, in one way or the other ... I have yet the opportunity to use it in stereo pair for a piano, for example, to judge the report.
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  • Manufacturer: The T.bone
  • Model: SC100 II
  • Category: Small diaphragm condenser microphones
  • Added in our database on: 06/01/2004

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Other names: sc100 ii, sc100ii, sc 100 ii, sc100 2

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