the t.bone SC 300


Studio Condenser Microphone

  • Characteristic: cardioid
  • Frequency response: 40 -18,000 Hz
  • Sensitivity: -35 dBV/pa (22.4 mv/pa)
  • Impedance: 200 Ohm
  • Max. SPL: 122 dB (THD less than 1% 1000 Hz)
  • Phantom power: 15-52 V
  • Length x max. diameter: 170 x 52 mm
  • Weight: 320 g
  • Incl. bracket
Available since December 2003
Item number 165293
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Battery Powered No
Directional Microphone No
Stereo Pair No
switchable lowcut No
switchable pad No
characteristic cardoid
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301 Reviews

A very good microphone for a very low price
JoshuaC 28.08.2015
I purchased this microphone to record some vocals for a band and I have to say I have not been disappointed with the results. There is a good frequency range and the microphone captures the high and low end of voices really well and competes with many microphones I have that cost over ?100! I was that impressed with its performance that I have used it to record some live instruments as well. I found it to be really good at capturing the snare sound on a cajon drum. When experimenting with other microphones the t.bone gave the most natural sound of the 4 I tested. in terms of its durability I cannot fault it. It comes with a padded case which keeps the mic in good shape. It doesn't feel very robust as it is super light compared to other microphones so it almost doesn't feel like it is capable of doing the job it can!

It only has the cardioid polarity setting, which reduces the amount of uses I have for it, but at the price it is, I really don't care. It's cheap, you probably won't see it in huge recording studios, but it does a job - a good job at that. The amount of microphone you get for each of your pennies is unbelievable!


Thomann have done it again!
Anonymous 06.05.2016
I find myself repeatedly saying this after purchasing Thomann's 'own brand' gear. It's consistently good at a super low price point.

The quality of build is there, it's solid and feels hard wearing which is always nice. There's nothing worse than feeling like your gear could go/break at any moment so I find that to be very important when buying new mic's. The box is sturdy and I'd dare suggest even road worth at a stretch.

In terms of sound quality I was shocked, this stands up to the likes of Shure. The audio is crisp and clear with none of the usually little irritating problems usually found when purchasing a microphone that's on the cheap side. So that was definitely a pleasant surprise.

All in all I'm very impressed with this product, even more so when considering the price and the quality of audio capture. I'd defiantly replace this if it was to get stolen/broken.


For the price, what are you waiting for???
Anonymous 06.03.2017
Having read a number of reviews on this mic before I bought it, I was cautiously optimistic. to be honest, I was put off by the price.... it just seemed a bit cheap!!
BUT, and its a big BUT, this microphone is amazing for its price bracket. I'm a skinflint, and have bought mic's in this price range before, I'm a solo singer who just needs to record some demo material every now and then. So I've never been too worried about creating pro studio quality sound. But with this Mic, that is what you are getting near too.
No i'm not saying go out and replace your £500 pro studio mic's with this, but if you are a starter in home studio recording, looking to record voiceovers etc, some demo vocals. This is an ideal mic to have without breaking the bank.
Its a lightweight build, but all the bits that need to be there, are there and doing their job soundly. XLR is a nice tight fit, being an off round shape it doesn't fit into my current Anti-vibration mount as neatly as I'd like, but it does come with its own mic stand mount (not anti vibration).
Its got good gain without distortion and a robust all round sound. Even comes in its own lightweight, but well protective case, that will take a few knocks.


Great entry leve condensor mic suitable for home studio
Anonymous 30.04.2015
Purchased as I wanted a basic condensor mic to use with an audio interface to record vocals, acoustic guitar and electric guitar and bass amps and was suprised with the quality of the recordings I was able to achieve.

Features: Not much to say on this point, it was supplied in a nice plastic box with foam moulded interior, box was initially a pain to open but it's loosened up since.
No switches, knobs or buttons on the mic, just plug into a interface or mixer with phantom power with an XLR lead and you're ready to go.

Sound: as previously mentioned the sound quality of this mic is really nice, warm and clear for vocals and acoustic guitar and can record a guitar or bass amp well.
Only negative point worth mentioning is it gets noisy with the preamp levels turned right up, though this is with unusably high gain levels.

Quality: This mic feels quite cheap, with plastic housing that probably wouldn't be able to take a hard fall. For this reason I'd reason i'd only really recommend for home or studio use and not for live application.

Conclusion: a great entry level mic for a budding singer songwriter or someone kitting out a home studio on the cheap.