Monophone/Dynamic Boom Microphone Combination Headset

MSRP* US$39.95
Lifetime Limited End-user Warranty

*Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price. Actual selling price may vary; please check with an authorized Audio-Technica dealer.

  • Overview
  • Features
  • Specifications
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  • Q & A

  • Overview

    Designed for hands-free computer and other recording applications, the ATR5200 provides a single earpiece for one-ear monitoring, along with a dynamic microphone for crisp, accurate vocal pickup. The flexible mic boom, cushioned ear pad and lightweight design provide added convenience and prolonged listening comfort.
  • Features

    • A single earpiece along with a dynamic mic for hands-free listening & speaking

    • Flexible mic boom & cushioned ear pads

    • Cable with two 3.5 mm mini-plugs

    • Two 1/4" adapters included

  • Specifications

    TypeOpen-back dynamic
    Driver Diameter40 mm
    Frequency Response30 20,000 Hz
    Maximum Input Power50 mW
    Sensitivity91 dB
    Impedance40 ohms
    Weight70 g (2.5 oz)
    Cable1.5 m (4.9')
    ConnectorsTwo 3.5 mm (1/8") mono mini-plugs
    Accessories IncludedTwo gold-plated 6.3 mm (1/4") mono plug adapters
    Type (Microphone)Neodymium dynamic
    Sensitivity (Microphone)-55 dB (1.7 mV) re 1V at 1 Pa

  • Downloads

    ATR5200 Manual (pdf 141.29 KB)
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    • Q:

      atr 5200- want to use as "silent" practice monitor.

      will plug mic plug into input on small acoustic amp and headphoneplug into headphone out. want to hear myself singing, but not bother neighbors. will this work?
      Asked on 9/22/2012 by tbrahan

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      • A:

        The ATR5200 is designed for hands-free computer and other recording applications. It is possible to use this with with an acoustic amplifier. However, the mono headphone will only give you a mono signal, and the miss-match in plugs (mono headphone vs. stereo headphone) may result in low volume, and possibly humming. You'll also have to adjust the settings of your acoustic amplifier for use with the headphone out only.

        Answered on 9/25/2012 by AudioSolutionsSpec2 from Stow, OH
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