|FREQUENCY RESPONSE||80 Ė 12,000 Hz|
|OPEN CIRCUIT SENSITIVITY||-59 dB|
|WEIGHT||150 g (5.3 oz)|
|CABLE||Flexible, durable 5 m (16.5') permanently attached cable with 3.5 mm (1/8") mini-plug|
|ACCESSORIES FURNISHED||Desk stand; adjustable stand clamp; 6.3 mm (1/4") adapter|
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Comments about Audio-Technica ATR1200 Cardioid Dynamic Vocal/Instrument Microphone:
This is first Audio Technica mic I ever purchased; good quality sound, lightweight, reasonably priced, versatile, great for VOX or instrument. Was an impuse (unplanned) purchase at FYE Store here in Cheyenne, Wyoming.
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Q:I think I made a mistake because I bought this primarily for karaoke. Is it only for recording? Can I use it for karaoke singing thru a speaker? If so, how? It's set up but not working through my speakers. Thanks.
Q:Will this microphone work with an Olympus WS-853 digital voice recorder as is,or is an adapter needed?
A:The ATR1200 terminates in either an 1/8'' or 1/4'' connection. If your recorder has the ability to plug in an external mic via those types of connections, then it will work for you!
Q:How do I automatically record this device in stereo? It is a mono channel microphone, but do I need a specific device, software, or configuration to force it to stereo? Thanks.
A:Being a mono microphone, you will record the track and in your mixdown, send to both left and right (stereo) channels.
Q:Does this microphone work with iPad Air? With GarageBand?
A:With the proper Apple adapter, yes. You may refer to the video below with a similar setup:
Q:How do I hook up microphone
A:Typically speaking, microphones do not come with directions/instructions. This is because they are considered the accessory to the input device. If your device is specified to have a microphone input (not to be confused with a Headphone Output, or a Line-Level input), then it should have instructions on how to connect and configure a/an (external) microphone.
Q:will this work on an android phone
A:Only with the use of an adapter. This adapter is available through www.kvconnection.com , and is called the KM-IPHONE-MIC.
Q:How to reduce static noise
A:To use the ATR1200 with a computer, please see the information below. Also, please keep in mind that computer and camera inputs are known for being very noisy.
A:Only if your Mac has a MICROPHONE jack on it which many Macs do not. The (volume) level of the signal produced by a wired microphone is a very weak level known as "microphone level". This requires the microphone to be connected to a MICROPHONE jack. When a device has a MICROPHONE jack on it, that device contains a microphone preamplifier which amplifies this weak signal up to a much higher level so it can be heard. If your Mac computer does NOT have a MICROPHONE jack you have a couple of options to make a wired microphone work with it. One is to install a microphone preamplifier, or a microphone mixer (which contains preamplifiers) between the microphone and the computer, the other is to install a USB audio adapter between the microphone and the computer. Finding a preamplifier or mixer with a MICROPHONE jack that will accommodate the plug type used on the ATR1200 Microphone may prove challenging however. Therefore I recommend the use of a USB Audio Adapter such as our ATR2USB Audio Adapter (below).
A:Mac computers do NOT feature a microphone level input. Rather, they have line-level input. To use an external microphone with a Mac computer, you will need a USB Microphone Adapter. Audio-Technica Manufactures the ATR2USB. Griffin manufactures the Griffin iMic. Either will work with a Mac computer so that you may connect an external microphone to a Mac.
Q:Is the ATR1200 pc compatibleJ
A:Thank you for your inquiry. If your computer has microphone level inputs, with proper configuration and software it should work.