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Value For Money : Excellent
WilltyWillty

The T.bone SC100Published on 04/28/03 at 02:21
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Bah is a copy of Rode NT5! I use them for overhead for the battery. It is a condenser microphone, requiring a power supply of 48V phantom ...

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for just under two months, manufacturing is exellent, but metal. I have the version with 2 SC 100 + attachment + attachment for making Stereo. . The cymbals and hi-hat sound really good with it!
An exellent report quality / price! I pay 166 euros for the pair in March 2003
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sansonpadeconcertsansonpadeconcert

The T.bone SC100Published on 12/02/03 at 17:02
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Static cardioid type Over Head.
Interchangeable capsule (it is still necessary to find)
FREQUENCY RESPONSE 30Hz 18KHz
200 ohms impedance
48volts power fantme
Super finish, all metal.

OVERALL OPINION

I just got these mics 2 weeks ago so it's pretty recent and I could make some comparisons with other Head Over-action of the O-Head battery or instruments (guitar acc / flte traversire ....).

T-bone Rsultat the winner wins by KO in Round 1.

What is surprising is the enjoyable enormous sensitivity of the microphone (10 dB more at the same level of "gain" of the table pramp a Shure 16-AM or Stagg "I do not know what ")
Then in rponse frquence: The SC100 is Dfine at the top...…
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Static cardioid type Over Head.
Interchangeable capsule (it is still necessary to find)
FREQUENCY RESPONSE 30Hz 18KHz
200 ohms impedance
48volts power fantme
Super finish, all metal.

OVERALL OPINION

I just got these mics 2 weeks ago so it's pretty recent and I could make some comparisons with other Head Over-action of the O-Head battery or instruments (guitar acc / flte traversire ....).

T-bone Rsultat the winner wins by KO in Round 1.

What is surprising is the enjoyable enormous sensitivity of the microphone (10 dB more at the same level of "gain" of the table pramp a Shure 16-AM or Stagg "I do not know what ")
Then in rponse frquence: The SC100 is Dfine at the top of the spectrum and warm in the medium and lower medium. in fact, the trs enjoyable, full prcis.

Unfortunately I have not yet p compare the SC100 with microphones more upscale ds but I would add that this is a comment.

Trs good value quality / price (155 Euros) for a couple of microphone. Comes in a nice boiboite in boisbois with two clamps and double support in case you desire to take a couple stro.

I do listen to recordings of his buddies-ing and they are almost prs order a pair for the live. We expect more tests :-) ................................. To be continued.
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jaloljalol

The T.bone SC100Published on 06/21/04 at 00:17
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Overhead condenser microphone type. I had purchased dpart taken for battery, it turns out that I use it also as a room mic (I have bought a couple), microphones public live (recording) . It can also be used to catch the guitar amp.

I researched how silent the "original" of the microphone, as all T. Bone microphones sold by Thomann Ralite microphones are brand ... dmarqus! This means they are not stamped with the mark of origin, but by Thomann. I finally found, it is the micro ADK SC-1, not the Rode NT5. You can go take a look at the site of the brand "official" http://www.adkmic.com/specs/SC-1.html

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for some months now and I'm glad trs. Only small BMOL, it...…
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Overhead condenser microphone type. I had purchased dpart taken for battery, it turns out that I use it also as a room mic (I have bought a couple), microphones public live (recording) . It can also be used to catch the guitar amp.

I researched how silent the "original" of the microphone, as all T. Bone microphones sold by Thomann Ralite microphones are brand ... dmarqus! This means they are not stamped with the mark of origin, but by Thomann. I finally found, it is the micro ADK SC-1, not the Rode NT5. You can go take a look at the site of the brand "official" http://www.adkmic.com/specs/SC-1.html

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for some months now and I'm glad trs. Only small BMOL, it could be a little brighter ... In any case, even when we can proudly compare AudioTechnica AT4041 without a problem!
Report qualitprix: unbeatable! It can be purchased without hsiter!
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Anonymous

The T.bone SC100Published on 01/31/05 at 14:16
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Although, I have ordered two pairs, shame!
the sound is very well, but there are a lot of breath!
J have believed that they were damaged, I have returned, but they are like a 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, and hardly see anything more expensive!

OVERALL OPINION

Although, I have ordered two pairs, shame!
the sound is very well, but there are a lot of breath!
j I believed that it was damaged, I have returned, but they are like a apara,
can be...…
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Although, I have ordered two pairs, shame!
the sound is very well, but there are a lot of breath!
J have believed that they were damaged, I have returned, but they are like a 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, and hardly see anything more expensive!

OVERALL OPINION

Although, I have ordered two pairs, shame!
the sound is very well, but there are a lot of breath!
j I believed that it was damaged, I have returned, but they are like a 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, and hardly see anything more expensive!
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: The T.bone
  • Model: SC100
  • Category: Small diaphragm condenser microphones
  • Added in our database on: 04/05/2004

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