For Sound Design and recording needs, I bought a matched stereo pair of Clippy EM172 microphones (FC062).
I tested them quickly and “Oh my god”!!!
I never owned such a precise microphone, it’s amazing to hear the resulting recording full of sounds my ears can’t even notice if I’m not fully concentrated.
I’ll have soon interesting recordings to share but to give you an idea, these microphones are not “electromagnetic” like those I introduced in a previous post but I tried to place them on my MacBook Pro and I could hear the internal noises! Of course in a different way than with dedicated “electromagnetic” microphones but it gives you some insight on how sensitive they are…
It’s a pleasure to work with gear of such a high quality level.
They can be used as lavaliers microphones of course but their working range is way more larger than that and they could be attached to a mountain bike in order to record every sounds the bike is making, as an example.
Superb High Sensitivity Low Noise Electret Microphone
Quality Black Aluminium Housing
Strong Secure Clip
Neutrik Gold Plated XLR
High Strength Flexible 1.5 meter Shielded Cable
Microphone Capsule : Primo EM172-Z1
Acoustic Principle : Electret Condenser
Directional Pattern : Non (Omni) Directional
Frequency Range : 60 Hz to 18 kHz
Output Impedance : 2.4 K ohms
Signal to Noise Ratio : 80 dB
Clipping SPL : 119 dB SPL at 1 kHz
Sensitivity : -28 dB +:- 3 dB at 1 kHz
Dynamic Range : 105 dB
Power Requirement : Phantom Power (12/48V)
Current Consumption : 0.9 mA
Cable : Shielded Mogami 2697 Cable
Output Connector : XLR Male Gold Plated
9633 Sound Design can create the audio for your next project, pricing depends on the complexity of the music and/or sound fx, lenght and delivery date.
Feel free to contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org