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|Package Weight||0.85 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||9.291 x 4.252 x 1.732"|
|Frequency Response||40 Hz to 15 kHz|
|Sensitivity||-53.0 dB ±3 dB|
|Dynamic Range||90 dB or more|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||62 dB or more|
|Noise||Inherent Noise (0dB=20µPa): 32 dB SPL or less Induction Noise (from External Magnetic Field): 5 dB SPL or less Wind Noise: 40 dB SPL or less (with windscreen, at 2 m/s)|
|Maximum SPL||(dB SPL)(0 dB=20µP) 122 dB|
|Power Requirements||'AA' Battery (1.5v DC)battery power only, does not accept phantom power|
|Low Frequency Roll-Off||None|
|Cable Length||9.8' (2.9 m)|
|Connector||B type. Supplied with XLR connector in power supply unit (single AA size battery)|
|Dimensions||Microphone: 0.6 x 0.34" (14.5 x 8.5mm) LxD Power Supply: 5 x 0.82" (126.5 x 20mm) LxW Cable: 10' x 0.09" (3m x 2.3mm) LxW|
|Weight||Microphone: 0.07 oz. (2.0 g) Power supply: 4.2 oz. (119 g)|
|Output Impedance||250Ω, (+/-20% (1kHz) Balanced)|
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 just received this wired lav. a week ago & had my first time using it yesterday... The audio coming through the camera was clearer than any other mic. I've used in the past. I like that it connects directly into the camera & I don't have to rely on a radio signal that is vulnerable toradio...
I do a lot of filming in the Holy Land and wireless mic systems are not always allowed. This EMC-44B is just what I depend on to maintain the same audio quality as the Sony wireless mic. I've also been a TV journalist for many years and this mic is all we used. Great for the price.
Love my lavalier microphones. They always give me the most professional sound. I have 5 of these microphones.
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).
The microphone worked amazing great sound for an affordable price
Its a sony, what else is there to say.
Replaces an older wireless set. Great pickup along all frequencies for vocal performance.