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A good acquisition for a home studio

By Joe Haddad, 24/01/2014
This is a very good ideal microphone for a small home studio.
Delicate and light, it can make good recordings in his bedroom.
Obviously, because it is sensitive, you can expect a return of ambient noise on your track if your room is not acoustically isolated and if you have trouble balancing your equalizer. Anti-pop barrier is also advised, if you have a bad dog treat your computer consonants.
Let us finally on the fact that it is a microphone for voice but I also use it to help me to save some instruments such as tambourines or an acoustic guitar.


I use this mic for a good year.
This is the first micro semi-pro I acquire.
It is small and easy to handle.
Price / quality ratio, it is a good acquisition.
I am satisfied with my choice.

nanok's review

By nanok, 20/01/2014
Micro which seems mainly directed me to the song, although I admit never having tried it on another source. It has two directional and low cut.


I use it for 3 months now, tested on a male voice and a female voice. The rendering is very decent for this price range, the microphone remains neutral while adding a slight warmth to the voice (I like it after that is only my opinion). I stay here because I am recovering slowly at home studio and I lack comparison. I obviously implies that there must be much better, but not at that price.
A negative point however, the selectors directivity and low cut are too sensitive and can change position easily without anyone noticing. Therefore must be monitored, especially if the singer pawed the microphone.

Excellent for the price

By sebRomeo, 13/11/2012
Condenser microphone with a choice of direction (cardioid, hyper cardio etc) and low cut


Used for 2 years. I also have an  AKG C414 B-XL2 and have worked with neumann mics in the studio. My opinion is that for the price, this is an ideal microphone! It can certainly compete with professional microphones up to the cost of1000 €.
T-Bone SC-600 (150 €) VS AKG C-414 XLII (1000 €) Think about it.
I compared the boards and tested it from every angle, and the AKG did not win the test as easily as I expected it to. However, I love the AKG, and, for me, is one of the best mics of all time, but was surprised at how much significant difference there is . Of course, I'm talking about lead voice taken close to the source. Because it is when trying to capture the reverberation of a room, or fine soundscapes, the t-bone is less versitile, less natural.
The +:
-Sound Quality
The -:
Light-colored (heat)
-Respect dynamics (compared to micro pro)
Here, the micro m'à been advised and I advised myself to friends, because it is a purchase I have never regretted it. I've never had negative feedback.
Usually I'm not really a fan of stuff like this, I would call "consumable" (short-lived), but on the spot I recommend.

theone's review

By theone, 11/04/2007
I join the opinion of Note zik. Really excellent quality against price. trs rsultat beautiful couple in an omni natural acoustics;)


Choice again without hsitation.
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The T.bone SC600 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:The T.bone
  • Model:SC600
  • Category:Large diaphragm condenser microphones
  • Added in our database on: 04/05/2004

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