|FREQUENCY RESPONSE||50 – 13,000 Hz|
|OPEN CIRCUIT SENSITIVITY||-48 dB|
|POWER REQUIREMENTS||1-10V DC|
|CABLE||1.8 m (6') terminated with 3.5 mm stereo (1/8") mini-plug|
|ACCESSORIES FURNISHED||Desk stand; monitor mount|
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Comments about Audio-Technica ATR4750 Omnidirectional Condenser Computer Desk Microphone:
I submitted a previous review in which I said I was unable to get this model to work with Windows 10 with Realtec High Definition audio card. I have seen been able to do so. I wish to withdraw my early criticism based on that problem. (As I see it, the problem was with Windows 10, but I am not expert.)
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Q:Hello, my microphone doesn't work. I plug it into my laptop, into the specified microphone port, and when I record, no mater how loud I am, no matter how close to my mouth the microphone is, I'm not getting any sound whatsoever. Thank you for your feedback. Have a good day.
A:Thank you for your inquiry. We do not make a wind screen / pop filter for this microphone, although the AT8157 may work.
Q:Plugged Mic into Computer Dell OptiPlex 7080. How do I test it to ensure it is working correctly. Nothing pops up or says it is installed.
A:The ATR4750 requires connection to a dedicated/labeled 3.5mm microphone input that supplies bias voltage. This can be found on most PC computers. Because it's an analog external microphone, you will likely not see a pop-up in your Windows System Tray, nor will you see any "installation" take place.
Q:I tried installing the ATR4750 mic on a splitter adapter on my laptop running Window 10 Pro. The splitter is plugged into the mic jack and is supposed to accommodate a mic AND external speakers. Speakers work fine. Can't get the mic to work. Any help?
A:For technical support, please contact the Audio-Technica United States (ATUS) Audio Solutions Team at:
Q:ATR4750-It appears that the cable does not go down thru the hole in the base stand but doubles back with the shaft and comes out the top of the base. If not I can't get the plug through the hole in the base. I'm afraid of damaging something by having the cable or wire double back along the shaft
A:Thank you for your inquiry. Please contact our Audio Solutions team at 330-686-2600 ext 5000. They can help with this.
Q:The specs say the mic requires 1-10v dc. What is supplying that? And what is the output of the mic? Is it Hi-Z or low-Z?
A:The computer is supplying the power on its microphone jack. This is known as plug-in-power and it is typically around 3 to 5 volts. The output is low- Z.
Q:My Mac won't detect the mic?
A:Since the ATR4750 is not a USB type device, it is not going to "recognized" by a computer. What you should see after connecting a standard analog microphone to a Mac however is the INPUT device in the Sound properties window change from Internal microphone to Line In (Audio line-in port).
Q:Will this work on a Mac?
A:Thank you for your inquiry. I was not aware of Macs changing their inputs.
Q:Is this microphone copability with Window 8 desktop ?
A:Thank you for your inquiry. Your computer must have a 3.5 mm, stereo, microphone level input that provides plug-in power. You may need to check with your computer vendor to determine if it does.
Q:Do you need to install anything to use this microphone?
A:Plainly put, there is no "driver" associated with this microphone, apart from what should already be a part of your computer's Operating System.