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T BONE CC915

Post by ef37a »

Clip on mic, anyone here ever used one?

Oop! That's the 915.

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Re: T BONE CC 915

Post by Wonks »

What do you want to mic up?

The CC 915 has a mini-XLR style connector for direct connection to some radio mic transmitters, so if it's going to be used direct to a mixing desk you'll need an adapter.

Looks like a copy of an AKG C 519 (but with an older style AKG clip).
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Post by ef37a »

Thanks Wonks. Son is inquiring on behalf of the band he is in, they are thinking of using it on acoustic guitar, possibly clarinet and some African instruments.

They seem a clueless lot 'PA' wise because from what son tells me they don't have anything with phantom power to plug an XLR into as yet!

Mini XLR?!! i would chop that fekker off and fit a proper job first day.

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Post by Sam Spoons »

I haven't used that one but I have the Ovid series CC100 mic with the guitar fitting kit and that is pretty good, and excellent for the money.
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Post by Mike Stranks »

Just a follow-up to 'Sam'... I had a full set of the OVID (from Thomann) and its various fasteners. Haven't looked at prices recently, but I considered it good value for live work.
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I've updated the thread title through all the responses so that future searches work properly.
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