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#389625 - 06/10/14 04:13 PM TC-Helicon Voice Solo FX150
PraiseTheLord Offline
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Registered: 08/24/04
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I saw that some people were going to try this unit. I control my own mic through the keyboard, but I had my wife with me on Sunday and, on paper, this would have been great for her own PA, on the songs she sang for me.

Any feedback?
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#389631 - 06/10/14 06:15 PM Re: TC-Helicon Voice Solo FX150 [Re: PraiseTheLord]
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You need a substantial mic stand to hold it up ... it's top heavy and tips easily.
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#389701 - 06/12/14 08:46 PM Re: TC-Helicon Voice Solo FX150 [Re: Uncle Dave]
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How about sound?
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#389705 - 06/13/14 05:40 AM Re: TC-Helicon Voice Solo FX150 [Re: PraiseTheLord]
Dnj Offline
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Originally Posted By: PraiseTheLord
How about sound?




[video:youtube]http://www.tc-helicon.com/products/voicesolo-fx150/#videos[/video]


Edited by Dnj (06/13/14 05:42 AM)

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#389707 - 06/13/14 06:16 AM Re: TC-Helicon Voice Solo FX150 [Re: PraiseTheLord]
jimlaing Offline
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Registered: 09/24/02
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Hi - the lead singer in my band just got one; he used it at a gig this past weekend. He said he really likes the clarity of the sounds. He seems to like the 'interface' - I wouldn't mind seeing dedicated vol knobs for each channel rather than pressing a button for that channel then adjusting the one knob.

He ran his guitar thru it too - he said it would be ideal if this had TC-Helicon's harmony 'stuff' built in too (taking the guitar signal to determine the harmonies).

My impression is that he was happy with it, but he only got it a week ago and only tried it at his house, then on this 1 gig, so far ...

Jim
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#389759 - 06/13/14 06:38 PM Re: TC-Helicon Voice Solo FX150 [Re: jimlaing]
Uncle Dave Offline
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Originally Posted By: jimlaing
it would be ideal if this had TC-Helicon's harmony 'stuff' built in too (taking the guitar signal to determine the harmonies)

You just described the VLT2 and any generic monitor!
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#389761 - 06/14/14 05:01 AM Re: TC-Helicon Voice Solo FX150 [Re: Uncle Dave]
OldNewb Offline
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Also the VoiceLive Play GTX would fill the bill excellent.
And.... I might be selling mine if I like the VH2 in the S950 enough.
If I sell it, I would ask $250 + Shipping and it would include the TC Harmony MP75 microphone., which is designed for it. It has a dedicated button on the mic to switch off and on the effects.
Won't be getting the S950 until the middle of next week though, so won't know for at least a week if I'd want to sell it.
Jim
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#389766 - 06/14/14 09:05 AM Re: TC-Helicon Voice Solo FX150 [Re: PraiseTheLord]
J. Larry Offline
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Registered: 12/14/99
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Loc: University, MS 38677 USA
I got the Voice Solo when it first became available. Itís nice for what it is. However, I think my Behringer B205D monitors sound just as good. But, they donít have the built-in effects. I like the guitar through the Voice Solo as much as anything else.

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#424010 - 07/29/16 10:10 AM Re: TC-Helicon Voice Solo FX150 [Re: J. Larry]
KORG80 Offline
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Oldnewb,

You will not like the harmony in the S950. VH2 is basically a toy. Keep your Helicon unit. I thought the 950 was going to give me everything I need in one package. VH2 was so poor in comparison to my stand alone Digitech that I bought the 750 instead.

God Bless,
Don


Edited by KORG80 (07/29/16 10:13 AM)
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#424012 - 07/29/16 11:08 AM Re: TC-Helicon Voice Solo FX150 [Re: KORG80]
OldNewb Offline
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Don, my post was from 2 yrs ago.
I've kept my TC Helicon, had the S950 but now have the S970
Jim
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