the t.bone EM 700 Stereo Set

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Stereo Microphone Set

  • 2 Matched the t.bone EM700 condenser microphones
  • With 16 mm capsule
  • Characteristic: Supercardioid
  • Frequency range: 50 - 20,000 Hz
  • Low cut switch: -3 dB @ 75 Hz or 150 Hz
  • Pad switch: -10 dB or -20 dB
  • Sensitivity: -42 dB (7.9 mV / Pa)
  • Max. SPL: 135 dB
  • Includes shock mount and windscreen and stereo rail

Note: Requires 48V phantom power.

Battery Powered No
Directional Microphone No
Stereo Pair Yes
switchable lowcut Yes
switchable pad Yes
characteristic super-cardioid
available since October 2006
Item number 195309
£45
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Good for the price
rhytard 12.11.2018
I got these to record a stereo image of my acoustic guitar for bedroom recordings. These mics pretty much just do the job for me, I have yet to try them out as an overhead pair for drums but I can predict they'll work fine, looking at their frequency chart.

Pros:
- Affordable
- Includes a stereo rail which is very useful when using the mics, shock mounts and windscreens.
- Features selectable pads AND high pass filter cutoffs which I appreciate on mics.

Cons:
- The shock mounts are very tight to get the mics in and out of which might be troublesome for others.
- These mics aren't amazing for recording acoustic guitar as they sound a bit "thinny". I'd say these mics are more designed to be used for overheads.

Overall, I'd say if you're looking for a cheap solution to drum overheads, try out these mics. But for close micing guitars or anything, I'd advise looking for a different kind of small diaphragm condensers.
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Multi Use Condenser Mic
Noah Otiende 21.11.2021
Natural sounding condensor mics. Can be used as a condensor mic for dialogue as well given that it records within the range if 20hz - 20khz. Also worth noting is the pad and low pass switch feature on the mics which are useful depending in the situation.
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Surprising little sticks
Karl37 04.06.2013
I ordered these microphones in need for some stereo recordings.
I had to make just one and I thought that 40€ is bare maximum. So I bought these.

After I hooked these up I was quite surprised what 20€ could give me - pleasant sound.
First I tried to record some binaural ambience. Worked out great for me. Picks up sounds good thanks to a cardioid recording pattern. Being a small condenser microphone it isn't that sensitive.
But this was enough to get me to try recording a piano. I set it up as stereo one for lower end, one for higher end.
At home I listened back the recordings and it sound fairly good.
The mids were a bit muffled and the low end a bit weak but it was easily compensated by an EQ. Not perfect but not utterly bad either. I think the okay rating describes these microphones quite well. They aren't good but they can get the job done (by jumping through some hoops).
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Every sound engineer should have these in their collection
Raymond908 15.05.2013
These mics were recommended to me when I attended a recording workshop. When I saw how cheap they were I was sceptical but decided to buy them anyway. They paid for themselves the first time I used them when making a video that required the mics to be setup out of shot. I can't believe the quality of the sound from such a small mic and to get a matched pair complete with shock mounts, windshields and a stereo bar mount in the kit is astounding. I cannot rate these mcs highly enough.
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