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Sony ECM-44BMP/9X Omnidirectional Lavalier Microphone with 3.5mm Plug
Protective Carrying Case
1 Year Warranty
Sony ECM-44BMP Omnidirectional Lavalier Microphone with 1/8"(3.5mm) Locking Mini-Plug for UWP Series and WRT-805 Wireless Transmitters. It provides good sound quality and is widely used in business presentation systems and TV production. The ECM-44 is available in four versions, featuring different connector types. This model, ECM-44BMP, has a 3.5mm locking jack.
Capsule Type Electret Condenser Frequency Response 40 Hz to 15 kHz Directivity Omni-directional Sensitivity -40.0 dB (10 mV) Dynamic Range 90 dB or more S/N Ratio 62 dB or more Inherent Noise (0dB=20Pa) 32dB 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) Max SPL (dB SPL)(0dB=20P) 122 dB SPL Connector BMP type. Supplied with 3.5 mm diameter, 3-pole mini plug. Cable Length 3.9 feet Power Requirements DC 1.1 to 10.0V Dimensions 11/32 diameter x 19/32 inch (Microphone head) Weight 0.8 oz
I have a zoom h5 and was wondering if this mic is compatible? If not, what other mics should I look at??
Asked by Ross
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Verified Reply - MichaelNo. This has a proprietary 3.5mm plug (BMP), for the Sony Wireless Lapel Systems. Look at Rode Lavalier Microphones.
is this compatible with zoom H1 ?
Asked by SIAW
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Verified Reply - MichaelNo. This has a BMP (3.5mm screw type) Plug for sony wirless systems, and will not plug in all the way. You need to look at somethink like the Rode Lav mic with standard 3.5mm micon connector. or Audio technica Lav mic
How would it work if I was using one camera (Canon 600D) to film a two person shot each equipped with one these microphones? Will it all connect?
Asked by Courtney
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Verified Reply - MichaelNo. The connector on this is for the Sony UWP series Microphones. You will need to look something like the Audio technica 9903 lavalier. http://www.videoguys.com.au/Shop/p/4394/audio-technica-at9903-mono-mini-electret-condenser-lapel-microphone-at-at9903.html.
or you would need to phantom power adapter (like Beacktek DXA-SLR Pro) so you can run different brand lavs. The Lav need a power source to run, and your dsl will not provide the power. Please call our sales team for further clarification.
Does this work with any other devices, i have a normal voice recorder, those that you can get from anywhere.
Asked by Ben
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Verified Reply - MichaelLavalier mics require phantom power to work ie 5V. so your mini jack (3.5mm) must provide power for this mic to work. All Lav's need this requirement. So I doubt your records has this facility. You need to look at a lav style mic that include a power source.. like the Audio Technica AT9903. see web link: http://www.videoguys.com.au/Shop/p/4394/audio-technica-at9903-mono-mini-electret-condenser-lapel-microphone-at-at9903.html
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