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Comments about Audio-Technica ATM75c Cardioid Condenser Headworn Microphone:
Being a 'drummer', I need to be hands-free, no mic stand/booms. I am about to purchase my 3rd ATM75 with the battery-module. I wore out the first one (it still works at home) and the 2nd one is looking ragged after 10 years. I am a steel drummer, needing a strong vocal mic with clarity, great low-end, and no distortion. I work within 4' of my JBL powered speaker, and NO FEEDBACK. My audiences have complimented me on hearing/understanding the words/vocals for the first time on our covers.
I run my A.T. ATM75 into a Mackie board, then thru a BBE 882 processor, then into my powered JBL's.
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Q:If I solder a xlr connector to this mic and connect it to a mixer that has the fantom power, does it work well? Thanks!
A:No, you will need to use a power module. I recommend using the ATM75 which includes the power module.
Q:Can this be used with 3.5mm jacks, i would like to use it as a mono mic and an headset
A:No, being a condenser microphone, the ATM75 microphone must have phantom power to operate which will need to be present over the XLR connection.
Q:Is the ATM75C compatible with the freeway 600 series cables and rcvr?
A:Thank you for your inquiry. Please note that the ATM75C is not terminated. It just has bare wires. For an Audio-Technica wireless system you need the ATM75cW. Yes, this microphone is very durable.
Q:Can the ATM75c be used with Model ATW-R03? If not, is there a headset available for that model? Thank you.
A:Thank you for your inquiry. You will need the ATM75cW. It is configured to work with an Audio Technica belt pack transmitter.
Q:ATM75c Headworn Microphone
A:Thank you for your inquiry. Look at the ATM75 and the ATM73. These are both wired versions. Please note that any mic with just a "c" at the end of the name is unterminated (Bare wire).