T.H.E.-Microphones?

monty teebaum

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there is a new company, called THE, one of the founders is tayer, the guy of the soundd-room, who import the russian mikes.
the concept look good to me & specialy the
KR-33A 33mm Condensor Capsule
makes my wondering :D
do someone know this mikes?
 

monty teebaum

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Originally posted by monty teebaum:
there is a new company, called THE, one of the founders is tayer, the guy of the soundd-room, who import the russian mikes.
the concept look good to me & specialy the
KR-33A 33mm Condensor Capsule
makes my wondering :D
do someone know this mikes?


nobody knows them?
 
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markrpaulson

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FWIW, this month's Recording magazine has a big spread/review of the entire T.H.E. line.
 

hargerst

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I had the pleasure of testing the first prototypes of the T.H.E. line and they were amazing microphones in terms of the craftsmanship and the sonic performance. My favorites included their low cost omni measurement mics, and the wooden sphere binaural head. The 33 mm unit was also a great sounding mic.
 

monty teebaum

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Originally posted by hargerst:
I had the pleasure of testing the first prototypes of the T.H.E. line and they were amazing microphones in terms of the craftsmanship and the sonic performance. My favorites included their low cost omni measurement mics, and the wooden sphere binaural head. The 33 mm unit was also a great sounding mic.

great, thanks a lot :)
why nearly nobody knows them?
i hear allways your name, when i ask people about mics, i think its time to check the ITR-page...
 
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hargerst

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The reason you hear my name a lot is that I'm a "bottom-feeder" studio (or at least I was up to a few months ago). I don't have a lot of nice mic preamps so I depend on a large variety of microphones for different colors.

On rec.audio.pro, I did some evaluations of the Russian Oktava and Elation mics, the Marshall MXL mics, the T.H.E. mics, and the Studio Project mics, and now I have a reputation as some sort of guru of microphones.

Since I just run a studio and have no magazine affiliations, a lot of people accepted my findings as more unbiased than some of the magazine reviews, since I mentioned the models I didn't like in each line - and why I didn't like them.

I do know enough (to be dangerous) about what goes on inside a mic, but I'm no mic expert.
 
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