|ELEMENT||Fixed-charge back plate, permanently polarized condenser|
|FREQUENCY RESPONSE||20-20,000 Hz|
|LOW FREQUENCY ROLL-OFF||80 Hz, 18 dB/octave (wired only)|
|OPEN CIRCUIT SENSITIVITY||–49 dB (3.5 mV) re 1V at 1 Pa|
|IMPEDANCE||250 ohms (wired only)|
|MAXIMUM INPUT SOUND LEVEL||135 dB SPL, 1 kHz at 3% T.H.D.|
|DYNAMIC RANGE (typical)||104 dB, 1 kHz at Max SPL (wired only)|
|SIGNAL-TO-NOISE RATIO||63 dB, 1 kHz at 1 Pa|
|PHANTOM POWER REQUIREMENTS||11-52V DC, 2 mA typical (wired only)|
|SWITCH||Flat, roll-off (wired only)|
|CURRENT CONSUMPTION||0.1 mA typical at 5V (wireless only)|
|VOLTAGE RANGE||2.5-11V (wireless only)|
|WEIGHT (MICROPHONE)||Microphone, boom & earpiece: 2.6 g (0.09 oz)|
|WEIGHT (POWER MODULE)||85 g (3.0 oz)
|DIMENSIONS||Microphone: 8.1 mm (0.32") long, 2.6 mm (0.10") diameter
Boom: 98.4 mm (3.87") long, 1.07 mm (0.04") diameter
|DIMENSIONS (POWER MODULE)||97.6 mm (3.84") long, 18.9 mm (0.74") diameter
|OUTPUT CONNECTOR (POWER MODULE)||Integral 3-pin XLRM-type|
|CABLE||1.4 m (55") long (permanently attached to microphone), 1.6 mm (0.06") diameter, 2-conductor shielded cable with locking 4-pin connector (wired only)|
|ACCESSORIES FURNISHED||BP892: AT8539 power module (wired only); AT8464 dual-ear microphone mount; AT8440 cable clip; two AT8157 windscreens; two AT8156 element covers; moisture guard; belt clip (wired only); carrying case
BP892-TH: AT8539 power module (wired only); AT8464-TH dual-ear microphone mount; AT8440 cable clip; two AT8157-TH windscreens; two AT8156-TH element covers; moisture guard; belt clip (wired only); carrying case
|AUDIO-TECHNICA CASE STYLE||M31|
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Q:Will this microphone work with a ATW-T51 Transmitter?
A:Thank you for your inquiry. Yes, this microphone will work with that transmitter. Please note though, the FCC auctioned off the 700 MHz frequency spectrum to cell phone companies and has ruled that wireless microphones can no longer operate in that spectrum as of June 2010. Your system is in the 700 MHz spectrum and were affected by the auction. The FCC has also ruled that companies cannot sell or service any wireless microphones in the 700 MHz spectrum.
Q:Microphone works great for 5 minutes, then hisses.
A:It could be that you are operating on a bad frequency. For helpful troubleshooting tips, please contact the Audio-Technica Audio-Solutions Department at email@example.com.
Q:Replacement part for TA4F connector
A:Thank you for your inquiry. Please contact our parts department at 330-686-2600 option 4. The can help with this.
Q:3000 series system
A:Thank you for your inquiry. Please contact our service department at 330-686-2600 option 4 and they can help with this.
Q:THE RUBBER EARPIECE HAS WORN OFF. CAN THIS BE REPAIRED?
A:Thank you for you inquiry. Please contact our service department at 330-686-2600 option 4 and they can help with this.
Q:Can I connect this directly into the computer? (3.5mm) And if can, is it usable on the computer? (Like recording, talking on Skype, etc.)
A:Thank your for your inquiry. You cannot use this right out of the box with a computer system. You will have to add some type of audio interface that connects to the computer via USB or firewire and provides phantom power for the microphone. There are many available, so a quich search via your search engine for USB audio interface should provide a starting place for you.
Q:Is there any way to effectively repair these mics after they have been bent to the point of snapping off?
A:Thank you for your inquiry. Please contact our service department at (330) 686-2600 option 4 and they will heip with this.
Q:How to fit
A:Thank you for your inquiry. I think I can help with this. First, turn down slightly a small portion of the earpiece right at the "nub" (the end away from the mic element). Many people turn down too much making the earpiece too short to fit around the ear. You just need maybe 1/8 to 1/4 of an inch. Then fit the earpiece snuggly around the ear. Now, and this is very important, you need to use the collar clip. I find that most folks with this issue are not using the collar clip and the weight of the cable tugs at the mic, pulling it off the ear. Have the user put the mic on and then turn their head as far as possible in the other direction. For example place the mic on the left ear and turn the head all the way to the right. With the head turned, clip the collar clip on the collar at the same side where the mic is worn, in this case on the left. This gives a bit of slack allowing the user to move his or her head around without the cable tugging at the mic.