Using our online system to create a quotation which is valid for 14 days.
We developed a simple self service system that allows Government Departments, Educational institutes, and Corporate companies, to obtain a quick quotation request, by following these simple steps.
- To create an Online Quotation, add the product(s) you wish a quote on to your shopping cart as if you were placing an order.
- After adding all the items to your shopping cart click "View Shopping Cart"
- On the Shopping Cart Page, instead of selecting the "Proceed to Checkout" button, click the "Request a Quote" button instead. (see below example)
You will then be redirected to the Login Page (if you're not already logged in) and you will be asked to log into your account. (see below)
If you don't have an account you will then need to create one, at this step. We require this information to capture all your details, so we can provide you with accurate shipping costs, and also if we needed to discuss particulars of the request with you.
Once you have logged into or created your account, you will then be re-directed to the Quotations Submission Page where you can submit your quote request.
All the items in your cart will be visible on this page (see below). You can also add any comments to the request, and select what your preferred method of payment will be.
Once the quote has been submitted, a Quote ID will be applied to it, (Shown as QU-XXXXX) which you can reference in any correspondence with us. A Confirmation of the request will also be emailed to you.
Once received by us, we will review your request and return to you with our most competitive quote.
Please allow up to 24hrs for Processing.
You will get a follow-up e-mail (Subject will read: Your Quote, QU-XXXXX has been completed).
Once you review your quote, you can "Accept"it via logging into your Account Center or modifying it by calling us during business hours.
Sony ECM-322BMP Electret Condenser Headset Microphone
Headband (x 1)
Carrying Case (x 1)
Operating Instructions (x 1)
Clip (x 1)
The ECM-322BMP electret condenser headset mic is ideal for use in a variety of multimedia presentation applications, ranging from seminars and conferences to lectures and workshops.
The ECM-322BMP incorporates an omni-directional microphone capsule providing highly sensitive and clear sound pick-up. It's lightweight and ergonomic design provides a tight and secure, yet extremely comfortable fit that can be worn on the right or left ear.
This headset is equipped with a slim and flexible boom, so the microphone position can easily be adjusted for optimum voice pick up. This (BMP) model contains a 3-pole mini-jack with a stable lock mechanism for use with Sony UWP Series wireless bodypack transmitters.
Capsule Type: Electret Condenser Frequency Response: 50 Hz to 18 kHz Directivity: Omni-directional Sensitivity: -42 dB (7.91 mV)?3db (Pigtail/SMC/BMP type) Dynamic Range: 81 dB or more S/N Ratio: 60 dB or more Inherent Noise (0dB=20?Pa): 34 dB SPL or less Wind Noise: 55 dB SPL or less Max SPL (dB SPL)(0dB=20?P): 115 dB SPL Connector: BMP type (Supplied with a 3.5 mm diameter, 3-pole mini plug.) Cable Length: 3.9 feet Power Requirements: 2V to 10V DC Dimensions: 11/32 diameter x 6 5/8 inch (Microphone head) Weight: 0.4 oz without connector
I need to know if the jack is a standard size fitting. I need to be able to plug into a wireless recorder system. I already have the Olympus tie CVlip microphone ME 15 and this jack is compatible but I need a microphone with a headset like the Sony ECM for improved pickup. Can you confirm the the jack will be compatible?
Asked by Jodi
Add your answer
Verified Reply - MichaelNo. This has a special fitting made only for sony Wireless Microphones. What you need is a Rode headset microphone with a 3.5m Micon Adapter . See weblink: http://www.videoguys.com.au/scripts/prodSearchResults.asp?strSearchType=OR&strSearch=Rode+headset&srchID=&SubSearch.x=61&SubSearch.y=10
Can I plug this into my electric piano jack plug? Does it need a power source?
Asked by peggy
Add your answer
Verified Reply - MichaelNo. this is made only for wireless microphone systems form Sony. It has a special Lock type 3.5mm jack. You need to purchase standard headphones for your keyboard.
Sir would this mike be suitable for vocals with guitar harmonica singing etc
Asked by quinnie
Add your answer
Verified Reply - MichaelThis headset is mainly design for Spoken vocal only, and really not designed for singing. If you looking at a good headset microphone.. i would look at the Rode HS1 headset Microphone as a cost effective solution.
See Weblink: http://www.videoguys.com.au/scripts/prodSearchResults.asp?strSearchType=OR&strSearch=Headset+rode+HS1&srchID=&SubSearch.x=0&SubSearch.y=0
All you need is the appropriate connector... if going to Sony wireless system, the connector can be found on the accessory page of the item.
Prices, specifications, and images are subject to change without notice. VideoGuys Australia is not responsible for typographical or illustrative errors.
Manufacturer rebates, terms, conditions, and expiration dates are subject to manufacturers printed forms.
No permission is granted for the use of materials, information, text or graphics, and/or to hyperlink other Web Sites with this Web Site, or to use the materials on your Web Site in any way
or for any reason without prior specific authorisation from Videoguys Australia. Videoguys Australia reserves all rights not expressly granted herein.