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|Package Weight||0.9 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||9.921 x 4.803 x 3.228"|
|Frequency Response||50 Hz to 17 kHz|
|Dynamic Range (Typical)||94 dB (@ 1 kHz, A-Weighted)|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||66 dB|
|Maximum Input Sound Level||122 dB (@ 1 kHz, 1% THD)|
|Power Requirements||11 - 52 VDC (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 12 mm) LxDiameter In-line pre-amp: 3.89 x .79" (99 x 20 mm) LxW Cable length: approximately 4' (1.2 m) with TA4F connector|
|Weight||.12 oz. (3.4 g)|
|Output Connectors||XLR-3M type|
This is a great wired lavalier mic. It has great sound and comes with several connection clips and wind screens. I highly recommend this mike for interviews and just about any application where your subject is not in a lot of motion.
This supercardioid mic had a narrow pickup pattern as advertised, and excluded loud ambient noise well. Only complaint is that the screw-on condenser cap worked its way loose while lav was affixed to a subject on a bouncy bus ride and had to momentarily stop interview to screw cap on tighter.
We use this lav mic for on-camera production of programs for a local TV station. Our shows contain vo footage recored with a large diaphragm condenser mic. The MX184 approaches the sound quality of the large mic yet is easily concealed on the talent.
The sound is decent, there is some noise when the mic is bumped or rubs against other parts of the persons clothing etc. I used it as a multi camera multi audio event
We produce an elementary school news show. We only had 2 older style microphones and we were afraid to take them out of the studio for fear of breaking them. What a great time we had using our new MX184 Supercardioid Wired Lavalier mic. The sound is amazing.
I used the MX184 on my company's first in-house video shoot. Out of the box, no reading of the instructions required, totally obvious to this user how everything worked, fit together, functioned.