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|Package Weight||0.15 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||6.299 x 1.575 x 0.945"|
|Frequency Response||40 Hz - 15 kHz|
|Dynamic Range (Typical)||90 dB|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||62 dB, (@ 1 kHz)|
|Maximum Input Sound Level||122 dB, (@ 1 kHz, 1% THD)|
|Power Requirements||'AA' Battery (1.5V DC)battery power only, does not except phantom power|
|Output Impedance||250 Ohms, (+/-20% (1 kHz) Balanced)|
|Low Frequency Roll-Off||None|
|Applications||Radio, Television and Broadcast.|
|Dimensions||Microphone: 0.6 x 0.34" (14.5 x 8.5 mm) LxD Cable: 10' x 0.09" (3 m x 2.3 mm) LxD|
|Weight||Microphone: 0.07 oz (2.0 g)|
|Output Connectors||Unterminated Pig-Tail|
I've used Sony Lavaliers fro over 40 years. They are the standard. I would like a clip system similar to the TRAM microphone, but the traditional clip is fine. The ECM-44B is excellent quality and works as I expected.
I've been using this style of mic for the last 15 years. It is perfect for interview settings.
I was tremendously disappointed in this mic. It was sold to me as being "industry-standard" - I'm not sure what industry that's referring to, but it surely can't be film.
I'd been getting by with a cheap lav for some time and started to have problems. I have XLR inputs on my Canon XA10 and wanted a mic with XLR output. The Sony is great and the AA battery lasts a long time and I don't have to deal with turning the mic on and off (and forgetting to turn it off).
I use this microphone to record video interviews. It doesn't make a lot of noise and sounds thicker than the wireless mics I've used in the past.
The microphone worked amazing great sound for an affordable price
Would highly recommend this product
Its a sony, what else is there to say.
Replaces an older wireless set. Great pickup along all frequencies for vocal performance.
I was so impressed with the performance I ordered more. Great sound and reliable.