Sony - Condenser - Unidirectional - 1 ounce - Stereo
Ideal for Sony MD Walkman and DAT Walkman portable stereos, Sony's ECM-719 One-Point Stereo Microphone is like having two microphones in one. Enjoy features like the Mode Switch (music/meeting) enabling suitable recording for each situation, Back Electret Condenser Pickup Capsules that enable high fidelity performance, an Oxygen-free Copper (OFC) Mic Cable, a High-quality Electric Condenser Microphone, an Oxygen-free Copper (OFC) Connecting Cord, and an L-shaped Gold-plated Stereo Mini Plug.... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Sony ECM-719 photo ]
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User reviews and opinions
|fatchan||12:54am on Friday, October 15th, 2010|
|works well when and where it works I bought this mic about two years ago to improve recording quality on sessions I needed to record on a tape recorde... Very expensive to pack up so soon !!! As another reviewer has said, it just packs up working on one channel for no reason after a year or so of use. Very expensive to pack up so soon !!! As another reviewer has said, it just packs up working on one channel for no reason after a year or so of use.|
|fmoore||6:50pm on Sunday, July 11th, 2010|
|I use this mic for everything. I use it on the football field for choirs, I do stereo voice overs, I use it for overhead drumsets and just everything.|
|tima||5:37am on Saturday, June 5th, 2010|
|works well when and where it works I bought this mic about two years ago to improve recording quality on sessions I needed to record on a tape recorde...|
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DYNAMIC AND CONDENSER
A microphone is a transducer that converts acoustical energy to electrical energy. There are two types of microphones at Media Loan; dynamic and condenser. Dynamic mics are very rugged and can handle high sound pressure levels. They are slower to respond to transients. Condenser mics are more sensitive and can pick up faster transients. They also require power. All of the condensers available in General Access can be powered by a battery. Some of the condensers can be powered from phantom power. Phantom power is a power source that is supplied through the mic cable from a mixer. Media Loan has Mackie and Behringer mixers available for checkout that can supply phantom power.
All microphones respond to sound differently based on direction. This is called the microphones pickup or polar pattern. The shape of the pattern tells you how sensitive the mic is to sound approaching from one direction. There are 3 basic patterns; omni-directional, bi-directional and uni-directional. The uni-directional category is broken down into cardioid, supercardioid, and hyper-cardioid. An omni-directional mic picks up sound from all directions.
A bi-directional mic picks up sound from either side of the mic. There are no bi-directional mics in Media Loans General Access equipment but some stereo mics make use of a bi-directional element.
Cardioid mics pick up sound in a heart shaped pattern in front of the mic. This allows you to focus on one sound while excluding other sounds. Also all directional mics are omni directional with low frequencies. This means that a cardioid mic may pick up low frequencies outside of its pick up pattern. Super-cardioid mics have a narrower pattern in the front but they also have a small lobe in the back of the pattern.
Re c ycle d & Re c ycla b le
Side lobe Rear lobe
Hyper-cardioid, or shotgun mics have a very narrow pattern in the front. They have a rear lobe like the supercardioid but they also have lobes on the side of the mic. They are used to focus in a specific direction. You need to pay attention to the side lobes. If you are standing next to a noisy camera with a shotgun mic the side lobes might pick up the camera along with the intended sounds.
When most uni-directional microphones are placed close to a sound source the bass frequencies increase in level. This is called the proximity effect. Sometimes this is desired. People may speak into a mic that is close up to get a deeper sound out of their voice. Sometimes you may not want this sound. If you are recording some one who moves back and forth from the mic too much the bass sound of their voice may not be even. Some cardioid microphones are designed to eliminate the proximity effect. The EV RE-15, RE-16 and RE-18 are designed this way. They have a row of slots down the side of the mic. If they are covered up there will be the proximity effect. So be careful how you hold the mic.
BALANCED AUDIO AND HI-LOWS
Audio signals can be carried on two types of cables; balanced and unbalanced. A balanced cable use two wires for the audio signal and one for the shield. The 3 pin XLR connector of a mic cable is the most common example of a balanced cable. An unbalanced cable has one wire for the audio signal and one wire for the shield. Balanced signals are less likely to pick up extra noise and can be run for hundreds of feet if needed. Unbalanced signals are more likely to pick up noise but they are okay to use for short distances. Most of the mics at Media Loan use balanced XLR connectors. A few of the mics have an unbalanced cable with a mini or 1/4 connector. Most of our recording equipment uses unbalanced mini or 1/4 inputs. To convert from a balanced to an unbalanced signal you need a transformer and Media Loan calls its adaptors with transformers hilows. You need a hi-low to plug a mic with an XLR connector into a device with a mini input. This keeps the audio balanced from the mic to the hi-low. There is only a short section of unbalanced signal from the hi-low to the recorder. Media Loan has 1/4 and mini hi-lows. Make sure that the you get the right type for your needs. Also, all of the mini hi-lows look like a stereo connector but they are really mono. If you use a hi-low with a stereo device like a mini-disc recorder or palmcorder it may only record to one of the 2 tracks and you will only hear it in one side of the headphones. This is normal.
A microphone generates a very low level signal. It always needs to be amplified before we can use it. A mic level signal can range from -60 to -20db. The level of signal from devices such as vcrs and cassette decks is -10db. Some recorders have a special mic input which amplifies the mic signal to line level. If you plugged a CD player output into a mic input it would sound distorted. Some recorders such as the 4-track cassette recorders have inputs that can take a mic or line signal. But there is a mic preamp control on the recorder. Its normally called the trim control. You need to adjust this to set levels with a microphone.
Some of the microphones have high pass filters. A filter removes specific frequencies from the audio signal. A high pass filter removes the low frequencies and is also called a bass roll off or a low cut. A low pass filter removes the high frequencies and is also called a high cut. Normally you want to wait until you have recorded a sound to do drastic equalization to it. But when you are recording the low frequencies that the mic picks up is usually garbage like mic handling noise or wind noise. So it can be a good idea to filter those frequencies out. The Sennheiser 421 has a 5 position bass roll off switch. The EV RE-15 and RE-16 have a 2 position switch. Media Loan also has XLR barrels that are high and low pass filters that you just plug the mic cable into.
MEDIA LOANS GENERAL ACCESS MICROPHONES
EV 635A: Dynamic, omni. A basic mic. Smooth response pattern, no proximity effect. XLR connector. EV RE-15: Dynamic, cardioid. Has a brightish feel. Good basic mic for voice. No proximity effect if the razor back (the slots on the back) are uncovered. There is a bass rolloff switch at the bottom of the mic. XLR connector. EV RE-16: Dynamic, super-cardioid. Basically the same as the RE15 but super-cardioid with a windscreen, making it appropriate for vocals and such. There is a bass rolloff switch at the bottom of the mic. XLR connector. EV RE-18: Dynamic, super-cardioid. No proximity effect if the razor back (the slots on the back) are uncovered. XLR connector. SENNHEISER 421: Dynamic, cardioid. Low Rolloff rotary collar on barrel by the XLR jack. M=Music (flat) S=Speech (maximum roll-off) This is an ideal mic for just about anything. It is good for musical instruments, singing and narration. XLR connector. SHURE SM57: Dynamic. A good basic mic, used a lot for snare drums and guitars. XLR connector. SHURE SM58: Dynamic. A very dependable mic. Same as the 57 except for the addition of a windscreen. Good for singing. XLR connector.
SENNHEISER COMBO: Condenser Multi-capsule. This mic comes with three interchangeable capsules; shotgun, cardioid, and omni. Requires phantom power or batteries. XLR connector. AUDIO TECHNICA ATR55: Shotgun mic with a mono mini connector. Can also be switched to a cardioid pattern. It is a condenser mic powered by a AA battery. AUDIO TECHNICA AT835B: Shotgun mic with bass roll-off. This is a condenser mic powered by a AA battery. XLR connector. SENNHEISER MKE 300: Shotgun mic with mono mini connector. It is designed to be mounted on a shoe mount on a palmcorder. It is a condenser mic powered by a battery.
SONY ECM-50: Condenser, omni. Requires a battery in the XLR plug body. This is a lavelier, ie. small lapel mic. Normally this is used for voice attached to a persons shirt. Can also be used on musical instruments. SONY ECM-719: Condenser, stereo. It has a battery on/off switch and Voice/Music switch. In the Voice setting the mic has a more directional pickup pattern. In the Music setting it has a wider stereo pickup pattern. Requires a battery. It has a stereo mini connector. RADIO SHACK: Omni, condenser. It is powered by a battery. This has a mono mini connector. AUDIO TECHNICA AT831B: Cardioid, condenser mic. It is powered by an AA battery and it has a bass rolloff. XLR connector.
SOUNDGRABBERS: This is a PZM mic. Its a condenser that requires a battery. This is a flat mic that is designed to lie on a table or be taped to a wall. It is good for ambient recordings. Media Loan has 2 models. One has a mono mini connector and the other has a mono 1/4 connector. Make sure that you have the right connector or an adaptor. SONY ECM-MS907: This is a stereo mic with adjustable width of the stereo image. It has a cardioid pickup and a bi directional pickup. They are combined for the stereo pattern. It is powered by a AA battery. It has a stereo mini connector. Good for stereo recording with palmcorders, min-disc recorders, and the Sony porta-dats. AUDIO TECHNICA AT825: This is a stereo condenser mic. It has 2 cardioid capsules in an X-Y configuration. It has a bass roll-of and is powered by an AA battery. It comes with XLR or stereo-mini output cables.
Family of Levels
Headphones stereo phone jacks +8 POWER AMP PAD +4 Line 0 DB.775 volts Consumer Unbalanced Professional Balanced TRS/XLR
-10 -20 Mic
Balanced cables transformers -60
SPECIAL REQUIRES RIAA EQ PREAMP
Hi + Shield Unbalanced single ended
Hi Lo Shield Balanced double ended Long runs, transformers, mic or line level
Ideal for Sony MD Walkman and DAT Walkman portable stereos, Sony's ECM-719 One-Point Stereo Microphone is like having two microphones in one. Enjoy features like the Mode Switch (music/meeting) enabling suitable recording for each situation, Back Electret Condenser Pickup Capsules that enable high fidelity performance, an Oxygen-free Copper (OFC) Mic Cable, a High-quality Electric Condenser Microphone, an Oxygen-free Copper (OFC) Connecting Cord, and an L-shaped Gold-plated Stereo Mini Plug. For a mic that meets your recording needsâ€¦ choose the ECM-719.
|Recommended Use||Portable audio system|
|Additional Features||Gold-plated plug, L-shaped plug|
|Microphone Technology||Electret condenser|
|Microphone Operation Mode||Stereo|
|Response Bandwidth||100 - 15000 Hz|
|Dynamic Range||80 dB|
|Max Sound Pressure||110 dB|
|Audio Input Details||Stereo - 100 - 15000 Hz - Effective Output Level 47 dB ± 4 dB - Output Impedance 1.5 kOhm ± 30%|
|Connector Type||1 x microphone ( mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm )|
|Cables Included||Microphone cable - integrated - 5 ft|
|Included Accessories||Belt clip|
|Battery||1 x battery|
|Service & Support||1 year warranty|
|Service & Support Details||Limited warranty - 1 year|
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