the t.bone Ovid System CC 100

Condenser Clip Microphone for the Ovid System

  • Cardioid
  • 20 - 20,000 Hz
  • Flexible gooseneck for simple appliance to instrument
  • 3-Pin mini XLR connector for operation with t.bone wireless systems (also suitable for AKG wireless systems)
  • Length of gooseneck: 130 mm
  • Length of cable: 2 m
  • Simple appliance with different instrument clamps (not included)
  • Incl. XLR phantom power adaptor and foam wind shield
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Directional Microphone No
Stereo Pair No
switchable lowcut No
switchable pad No
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Excellent for the price
Mickey Mack, 12.06.2018
I purchased the t.bone Ovid CC 100 mic for my nylon string guitar. I play as part of an acoustic duo and I wanted to use the CC 100 mic to supplement the sound from the under-saddle pick-up fitted to my guitar. I use the CC 100 mic with a tube amp DI box for phantom power and a warmer sound.

Overall I am very pleased with the sound from the mic. I can get a more natural tone from my guitar by blending the sound from the CC 100 mic with sound from the under saddle pick-up.

Pros:
(1) The mic is excellent value and costs 10% of the price of a top-of-the-range, high-end mic for similar purposes.
(2) The 13cm goose-neck fitted to the CC 100 mic makes it relatively easy to adjust the position of the mic, close to my guitar's 'sweet spot' (behind the saddle).
(3) The 2 meter cable is long enough to reach my DI box (on the floor) whilst allowing me plenty of room to play comfortably.
(4) The mini-XLR feels well made.
(5) Surprisingly, the box the item ships with contains a custom cut foam insert, which I found useful. I added the foam insert to a hard-case that I use for transporting my gear which protects the CC 100.

Cons:
(1) The mic is a little 'boom-ey' unless I add extra support to better secure the mic into the holder.
(2) The cable is very thin and doesn't feel strong. it could be better built; if you take care while handling the mic system, it should be okay.

I think the CC 100 is an excellent (affordable) choice for those who want to blend a mic sound with the sound from a pick-up or for those who wish to mic an acoustic instrument that currently has no pick-up. It's not as good as a top-of-the-range mic, but it's excellent quality for the price. In fact, I liked it on my nylon string so much, I bought a second one for my steel string acoustic!

I'd fully recommend the product to anyone on a tight budget.
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A very sturdy and high-quality microphone which is strong competition for some of the 'premium' brands
Rohan C, 01.07.2020
There's not much else to say apart from the title.

This mic is bang-on. A solid, high-quality and relatively low price instrument microphone for a variety of instruments. We've used this on multiple different instruments, primarily sax/woodwind and brass but even on a snare to see how it'd cope, and it's pretty much faultless.

The only thing I would say is use the money you save on the mic to get better clips than the Ovid offerings, which are not in any way of the same quality the microphone itself is.

It's a surefire buy for anyone using sax or instrument mics on a regular basis - the only issue may be the 3 pin mini xlr for those using wireless systems, but thomann have already thought of this too - my next purchase will be the CC100 with interchangable cables, so we can use wireless systems other than our in-house AKG ones.

A very neat bit of kit.
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Very good mic for doublebass
Kozmo, 06.12.2018
I use this mic for doublebass-mainly with combination with pickup but sometimes without. It sounds very good in both situations. Maybe when I play just through the mic I miss a bit of the definition of the "body"-it?s mainly about the lack of middle frequencies but it depends also on where you put the mic. Many sound guys were suprised how good does it sounds for that little money.
Comparing to DPA it seems that T-Bone capture more noise from surroundings-also depends on drummer you play with and room you play in.
But with combination with pickup it works fine!
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Nylon string guitar and Ovid CC100
23.02.2017
I would definitely recommend it and would buy another if I lost it.

The mic sounds really great at low volumes and far better than high quality undersaddle piezos or soundboard transducers (no surprises there, even though I am talking about acoustic guitar pickups that are in their own way great and cost many tens to hundreds of pounds). The mic is just much better sound quality at low volume. This is through a blending preamp and acoustic amp. For low volume jazz gigs or rehearsals with acoustic double bass I use the mic alone as above. The sound is like the acoustic guitar which is of course what we want, only a little louder.

For slightly louder duo jazz gigs (pub with 10-20 people chatting) I blend it with a soundboard transducer using a preamp (50/50 mic to transducer). I get no feed back problems as long as I reduce the highest eq slider and don't point the mic at the speaker. The blend is far better than the sound board transducer on its own.

For louder gigs don't bother with the mic. Just use the pick-up in the guitar. I have not been able to get the volume high enough on the mic to be worth using. No matter. This is to be expected and will happen even with much more expensive mics.

The mic, thin cable and ovid guitar clip are easily robust enough if you take care of them. Don't worry about that. It has survived about 50 pub gigs with me so far with no problems.

So for the price it is a bargain, and it makes my low volume playing much more enjoyable and fun for me.
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