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The T.bone ST500
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  • CpierredonCpierredon

    The T.bone ST500Published on 04/20/07 at 23:45
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Stereo microphone jack for surround sound
    Lectret microphone, power supply 48 volts phantom 9.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I just got it, I have not yet used in rel.
    The microphone is enough mdiocre quality manufacturing, three tiny screws dsserent is non-stop, on mine, one of the three is fair. I put a bit of noise to avoid blundering mcanique dssres cause these screws.
    For cons, the texture of his grip helps keep well in hand, but it is not free of noise hand.
    The wire supplied is equipped with a 5-pin XLR microphone cot and 2 3-pin XLR microphone on the cot. L too, I have replaced the plug XLR5, sounds being heard when handling the microphone. Change by XLR Neutrick over problem. …
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    Stereo microphone jack for surround sound
    Lectret microphone, power supply 48 volts phantom 9.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I just got it, I have not yet used in rel.
    The microphone is enough mdiocre quality manufacturing, three tiny screws dsserent is non-stop, on mine, one of the three is fair. I put a bit of noise to avoid blundering mcanique dssres cause these screws.
    For cons, the texture of his grip helps keep well in hand, but it is not free of noise hand.
    The wire supplied is equipped with a 5-pin XLR microphone cot and 2 3-pin XLR microphone on the cot. L too, I have replaced the plug XLR5, sounds being heard when handling the microphone. Change by XLR Neutrick over problem.

    Cot's, his curve is bizare, far from being linear, but not dsagrable the cost. The again, we'll see on the ground.

    Its XLR connectors and phantom power supply forces have entered with the 48V. Moin I manufactured a battery power supply with transformer for dsymtriser and enter a minidisc.
    The quality-price ratio seems intrrssant, 39 Thomann, it's worth it. But this microphone is sold more cheaply elsewhere, under the brand Monacor, and it's not HOnet trs. It seems to me be the level of an electret stro.

    I would notice later on, when I would have tried rel.

    Small addition:
    I bought a Zoom H4 meantime
    The comparison between the internal zoom microphone and ST500 made me appear as follows:
    the space of the ST500 is too large to ensure compatibility Mono / Stereo of recording.
    Feedback, the sound just before the trend PForm be compared that of the cot.
    prfre I take her with H4 internal mics unless I want a very pronounced effect stro.
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