the t.bone HC 95

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Condenser headset microphone

  • Light and comfortable to wear
  • Characteristic: Cardioid
  • With external phantom power adapter from TQG male to XLR male
  • Frequency range 50 Hz - 10 kHz
  • Sensitivity -48 dB
  • Impedance 400 Ohm
  • 3-Pin. sym. XLR connector
  • Cable length: 4 m
  • Power is ensured by 9-52 V phantom power
  • Weight:120 g
  • Incl. Windshield
available since January 2000
Item number 141189
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Capsule type Condenser
Pattern cardioid
Connector XLR
Color Black
Removable Phantom Adaptor Yes
Sport Yes
Cable Length 400 cm
Weight 120 g
Frequency Range from 50 Hz
Frequency Range until 10 kHz
Vocal 1
incl. Windscreen 1
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£36
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Great sound and very affordable
Anonymous 15.09.2016
I bought this set for recording educational videos where I would be using both of my hands to manage my notes.

It took a few minutes to figure out how to put it on, but once I tried it on, it felt right. The only negative about this set is that it gives a fragile impression.

Also, the windscreen that was included should have been a bit bigger (for an easier fit) and thicker (for better wind noise prevention).

For first time users adjusting the location of the microphone relative to the mouth takes some time, but it is absolutely worth it. Once you find the sweet spot where the sound is not too boomy and you can hardly hear your breathing, the sound is crisp and I could hardly hear any background noise.

A big plus is the mini-XLR to XLR-converter that was included.

Pro: mini-XLR to XLR included, crisp sound, price
Contra: windscreen size, feels a bit fragile
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Stefan4584 13.10.2014
I was planning on getting a more expensive headset but since it would be my first time using a headset while playing I decided to test a cheaper version first to see if it was anything for me. I can still recommend testing a cheaper headset first but this one is really not the best of the headsets out there.

The cable is long enough so that is fine.
The headset is quite easy to put on upside down, and then backwards before you get it right. It's the shape of it I guess.
Comfort wise it is rather poor, it hurts after an hour or so. If you wear glasses it hurts after like 15min.
The major drawback is the sound, it is slightly distorted but at the same time flat.

However, if you want to see if using a headset is something for you or if you are just going to use it in a garage jammin with your friends it is money well spend.
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It does what it's supposed to
Djhuti1 18.05.2020
... Yes, it's an old school design, but it works well for the price... using in my home studio & to speak in my videos... it comes with an adapter to connect directly to a mixer or an XLR cable...
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Alexandros D. 10.04.2019
Best in this price range, does the job. Nothing perfect though.
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