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The T.bone TWS16PT

Wireless system from The T.bone

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The T.bone TWS16PTPublished on 05/14/06 at 07:49
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LessancielLessanciel

Very good

The T.bone TWS16PTPublished on 06/07/13 at 03:41
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I use it constantly for 2 months. The sound is good, I can not compare with another brand because it is the only one I use. But I can compare with a good quality jack :-)

I have no problems with, I took 2 for racking 192U and share it with the bassist.
I use rechargeable AA batteries 1.5 V (2000mhA) that we begin to more easily find, autonomy is very satisfactory. The last weekend I play more than 12 hours without any worries and the batteries are not discharged.

To the extent I have not had the opportunity to try more than 20 meters from the transmitter, but at this distance there is no noticeable change in the sound.

Very good value for money. No regrets. I see no reason to buy...…
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I use it constantly for 2 months. The sound is good, I can not compare with another brand because it is the only one I use. But I can compare with a good quality jack :-)

I have no problems with, I took 2 for racking 192U and share it with the bassist.
I use rechargeable AA batteries 1.5 V (2000mhA) that we begin to more easily find, autonomy is very satisfactory. The last weekend I play more than 12 hours without any worries and the batteries are not discharged.

To the extent I have not had the opportunity to try more than 20 meters from the transmitter, but at this distance there is no noticeable change in the sound.

Very good value for money. No regrets. I see no reason to buy a more expensive since everything is perfect.
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subbassesubbasse

The T.bone TWS16PTPublished on 12/25/05 at 09:26
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- How long have you use it?
1 month.

- What is so special that you like most and least?
most is undoubtedly the price (99 € + shipping at Tomman, the manufacturer), at least, the quality of cables.

- Have you tried many other models before buying it?
Shure PGX, Sennheiser, AKG Samson.

- How would you rate the quality / price?
Super. at that price it is reasonable to expect the worst. I use this on a low HF no problem of bandwidth (50Hz-15kHz) on a show where more than 15 systems running simultaneously (mostly VHF) which is repeated in a theater (there are 25 meters between transmitter and receiver, 0 worries for now (which is not always the case with all systems...…
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- How long have you use it?
1 month.

- What is so special that you like most and least?
most is undoubtedly the price (99 € + shipping at Tomman, the manufacturer), at least, the quality of cables.

- Have you tried many other models before buying it?
Shure PGX, Sennheiser, AKG Samson.

- How would you rate the quality / price?
Super. at that price it is reasonable to expect the worst. I use this on a low HF no problem of bandwidth (50Hz-15kHz) on a show where more than 15 systems running simultaneously (mostly VHF) which is repeated in a theater (there are 25 meters between transmitter and receiver, 0 worries for now (which is not always the case with all systems including Shure five times more expensive). not very out of breath, deterioration of sound, breaking .
the general appearance is correct, plastic case (like many) this hf (UHF, available with several frequency ranges) has all the advantages required: 3 frequencies available (16 new models, right?) squelech settings, gain , symmetrical and asymmetrical output, true diversity, for meter walk and reception, and one thing I've seen anywhere: a way to recharge the batteries of the transmitter from the receiver. why others do not?

- With experience, you do again this choice?
I still lacks back on HF (my only reservation), but the first experiments in a situation were more than adequate, especially compared to the competition. to see if it lasts over time. but I do not regret that choice at the moment.
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jazzman25jazzman25

The T.bone TWS16PTPublished on 02/22/06 at 08:14
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It's been three months now although I use this little tool. I am a trumpet player and I have a couple on AKG C419L (micro universal and affordable for copper) and your exact is not bad.
Well it must be clear, the report qualitprix is ​​unbeatable even if the device looks slightly built (as many HF). The only real BMOL is that the director is a knob dot gain (unlike AKG example). Ducoup what seems to be a good option in addition s'avre be a handicap: the batteries wear out quickly and must rgler the gain of the emitters with rgulirement a small screwdriver!! This is not Submitted AKG (deuxime the price but it did not rglage frequency drives).
So when a BMOL same, but really...…
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It's been three months now although I use this little tool. I am a trumpet player and I have a couple on AKG C419L (micro universal and affordable for copper) and your exact is not bad.
Well it must be clear, the report qualitprix is ​​unbeatable even if the device looks slightly built (as many HF). The only real BMOL is that the director is a knob dot gain (unlike AKG example). Ducoup what seems to be a good option in addition s'avre be a handicap: the batteries wear out quickly and must rgler the gain of the emitters with rgulirement a small screwdriver!! This is not Submitted AKG (deuxime the price but it did not rglage frequency drives).
So when a BMOL same, but really nothing else to say ... it works perfectly.
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  • Manufacturer: The T.bone
  • Model: TWS16PT
  • Category: Wireless systems
  • Added in our database on: 10/10/2005

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