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the t.bone CC 75

Condenser Clip-on Microphone

  • For wind instruments, drums etc.
  • Balanced XLR connector
  • 9-52 V Phantom power
  • Frequency range: 20 - 20,000 Hz
  • Polar pattern: Cardioid
  • Impedance: 350 Ohm
  • Cable length: 4 m
  • Weight: 170 g
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Nice sound but mechanical transfer
Gearmode, 20.02.2019
The mic has good sound and the price for such is a great deal. The big problem is mechanical transfer, isolation issue. Out of the box the transfer is horrific. For example I tried to clip on a flute using a loop of velcro through the clip. Sadly all I got was the clatter of the pads on top of the sound. I feel the mic sounds good enough with the low price to justify a little surgery. Wish I could post picture. Must greatly reduce the capsule tightness. Just enough pad to keep it in place and no more. Cut away the four plastic tabs in screen as the press hard on the metal capsule, and place small foam piece in their place. Remove mic from clip, mount with small rubber hose to clip, windshield washer size. Secure wire to rear of clip so a tug doesn't pull on the mic. I clipped on a rack and tapped on the rack hearing no mechanical transfer of significance. Not sure if it will ever be useful for a flute but have great confidence it can now mount on a sax and amplify something other than pads.
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Useful little mic
SteveR, 19.06.2013
I bought this with half an idea that it might be useful for clipping on to an instrument, as this is mentioned in the product description. In particular, I was thinking of using it on a saxophone. While this can be done, the mic is relatively large - not for a standard mic, such as an SM58, but for a clip-on instrument mic.

This makes the CC75 somewhat more intrusive that you might like for this type of use. The clip is sturdy enough and the mic stays in place on the instrument, although it might slip if you're one of those players that moves around a lot.

Performance is reasonable for the price, and the clip does mean you can locate it in places where a mic stand might be problematic.

Don't forget that this mic needs phantom power!

Summary: Good value, practical mic for situations where a mic stand might not be appropriate.
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clip around the ear..
Graham M., 15.05.2013
i play the bodhran (irish drum) although the clip on this mic is a bit flimsy i couldn't clip it onto the rim of the drum as it kept slipping off as with playing this drum you would move around quite a bit, sound quality of the mic itself is fantastic and in my opinion better than some leading brands on the market. unfortunately the clip lets it down,although for me i found a way around that problem by taking the clip apart and using the the parts (screws) bolted this mic permanently to my bodhran and i'am more than happy with this product. conclusion come on t.bone for such a good quality mic sort the clip out!
still 10 out of 10 for sound quality.
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Fantastic!
07.06.2014
Now of course not the best quality in the world but considering the price this mic is excellent. I have used it on sax, trumpet, trombone and on all three it sounds really rather good! Considering the excellent price point what more could you want out of a microphone. It is clean, crisp and clear. I probably wouldn't use this mic for recording purposes however for live work it's quality is certainly acceptable. The clip is a little flimsy but again nothing I can't live with considering the price. Overall I would strongly recommend this microphone for anyone. Our band own five of them now, what more can I say. Fantastic!
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