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|Package Weight||0.9 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||9.9 x 4.8 x 3.2"|
|Frequency Response||50 Hz - 17 kHz|
|Dynamic Range (Typical)||94 dB, (@ 1 kHz, A-Weighted)|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||70.5 dB|
|Maximum Input Sound Level||117.5 dB (@ 1kHz,1% THD)|
|Power Requirements||11 - 52v DC (with Belt Clip Preamp)|
|Output Impedance||150 ohms (180 Ohms Actual)|
|Transducer||Electret Bias Condenser|
|Low Frequency Roll-Off||None|
|Applications||Radio, Videography, Television and Broadcast.|
|Dimensions||Microphone Housing: .85 x .46" (22 x 12mm) LxW In-Line Pre-Amp: 3.89 x .79" (99 x 20mm) LxDiameter Cable: 4' (1.2m) Long (w/TA4F Connector)|
|Weight||.12 oz. (3.4 g)|
|Output Connectors||XLR-3M Type|
I use lots of microphones intensively every day - 4-5 at any given time, sometimes even more, for legal depositions, and they are abused quite a bit. Frustrated attorneys and deponents alike throw them on the table, pull them by getting up from the conference table forgetting to detach them, etc.
...no on/off switch.
Rugged despite its strange design. Quality audio. A large capsule but priced right.
Perfect mic for our on line live streaming drum lessons... We have a wireless mic but it's noisey and this is perfect because I sit behind a drum set... so wires are not a problem for me while I'm sitting down.
The shure omni is an audio breath of fresh air for me. I started using it for direct xlr connection to my panasonic af100 and its given me the cleanest audio ive ever had.
I was told this mic was a powered mic and of all the reviews I read, nobody mentioned this mic requires phantom power, so I want to make it clear to everyone this mic requires phantom power. Otherwise, it is a really good mic.
I bought this (along with the 183 and 184 cartridges, for a full selection of pickup patterns) to do interviews in a very small room (not at all a sound studio). For now I use it with a Roland Quad Capture to get audio into Adobe Audition CC for processing/sync with video.
I have several Shure lavs for my video documentaries, and have found this brand a bit more forgiving from rubbing sounds from my subjects clothing and the mic screen. I also like the convenient zipper bag to hold the mic.
After testing Azden's cheaper wireless lav kit we decide to purchase an extra zoom recorder and a wired lav from a company I have nothing but faith in. This shure lav is a bit bulky but its audio quality makes the size worth it.
Using this to into the XLR input for in-studio shoots. They're very sensitive; one guest clipped it to his tie and picked up tie movement.