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Prodipe TT1 Lanen

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Kierkes's review

By Kierkes, 30/10/2011
The Prodipe TT1 Ludovic Lanen microphone is, hands down, a fantastic microphone that was developed by the French audio company Prodipe. The goal of the Ludovic Lanen was simple: they wanted to create a good budget microphone that didn’t compromise on sound and did not feel at all cheap in any way. What they came up with was the TT1. This microphone has a typical frequency response from 50 Hz to the typical hand held dynamic 15,000 Hz, and has a cardioid polar pattern. So the specs are nothing particularly fancy. In fact, those two particular things are straight copies of the SM58, a microphone more than triple the cost of the Prodipe. What makes it special is the fact that the company Prodipe simply went through a bunch of Chinese capsules and found one that was both cheap and biased in a certain way to lend the microphone a certain flavor. What ends up happening with this microphone is that there is a peak in the low end and a bit of clean air at the top. This makes the microphone sound very unlike a typical stage microphone, because it is surprisingly detailed.


The incredibly special thing about this microphone is that it costs less than $30. This makes it possible to acquire many of them very quickly. In use, I have found that these are not great microphones when you put many of them on many voices, as the lower frequencies do tend to get a little bit bloated. However, these can be used on pretty much anything, with it having a wide pickup pattern and a very high level of gain. On guitar and toms it sounds unbelievably expensive, or example. So if you need a workhorse that an double as a fantastic vocal microphone for live and studio settings, look no further.

rick42's review

By rick42, 24/02/2010


1 month

Yes I possde 2 shure beta 58 and t.bone MB85 beta
these two are quite close

It is a micro well finished, but unlike what I've read, it is very sensitive to feedback, so make very attention, against the voice is quite accuracy of all with just the right amount treble
The price is attractive but the price I prefer by far the T.Bone MB85 Beta
I will certainly not do this choice, besides I apprte resell and replace it with a second t.bone MB85 beta

Muzikadonf's review

By Muzikadonf, 30/07/2009
What type of microphone? (Voice, sound, mixed ..)

It is a vocal microphone
What technology? (Electret, condenser ...)
See more below ples


How long have you use it?
10 months
What is the particular feature you like best and least?
Solid with good grip and ... SOUND

Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
Yes, I use all kinds of microphones on stage and in the studio for 18 years.
This mic is more directive than a Shure SM58 and less like the voice.
He may be accused of being a little plussensible the plosives, but he plays in the same court as the Shure.
Having Adi Sm and beta, I use it in complment for the singers on stage with unMC1 Prodipe for leads.
For connoisseurs, the difference between the tt1 and mc1 is the same between one sm and beta.

How do you report qualitprix?
It is stunning I have 35 pay destocking online.
Some retailers on Ebay offer lots tt1 prixcasss, may be good for groups.

With experience, you do again this choice? ...dropoff Window

Without hesitation, unless the MC-1 passes also 39! lol

CROPUS's review

By CROPUS, 27/08/2008
A microphone singing and speaking, I have used it directly on the recording branch between a "KORG D12" and although it really bluff me I found him a great sound, recording .dropoff window
Unidirectional dynamic microphone excellent !!!
50/15000 hz Frquence
meaning: 49dB
Impedance: 600 ohms


I just try today.
A particular feature I like is the coating of the micro, it is incredibly soft and the switch. I recorded with the foam of a micro "BEHRINGER B2" on top to avoid the "pop"
and many really excellent (and I'm not pay to say)
What I like least, not for now, ah so! the microphone holder comes with the internal thread of plastic, adj foir but it's okay and for the price (free.
A report quality price extra 39 but I got it as a gift to purchase a sound card in "UNIVERSE SON." thank you !!!!! and even small candies offered.
Comes with a nice shiny fabric cover.
In short, if you are not active rich, I advice you this is a very good mic.
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Prodipe TT1 Lanen tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Prodipe
  • Model:TT1 Lanen
  • Category:Dynamic Microphones
  • Added in our database on: 09/19/2008

TT1 - Lanen, dynamic mic

Combining Ludovic Lanen’s mastery of sound with the expertise of one of the best microphone manufacturers in the business has given us the TT1 Mic, a well-balanced mic with a high output level. The TT1 is perfect for demanding singers, as well as conference speakers, presenters and entertainers who want a true reproduction of their voice.


  • Type: Dynamic
  • Polar Pattern: Uni-directionnal
  • Sensitivity: -49dB±3dB (0db=2.2mV/Pa)
  • Frequency Response: 50Hz-15KHz
  • Output Impedance: 600Ω ±30%
  • Dimensions: ø 48 x 185 mm


The TT1 mic is supplied with its clip.

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