|FREQUENCY RESPONSE||80 – 12,000 Hz|
|OPEN CIRCUIT SENSITIVITY||-59 dB|
|WEIGHT||150 g (5.3 oz)|
|CABLE||Flexible, durable 3 m (9.8') permanently attached cable with 3.5 mm (1/8") mini-plug|
|ACCESSORIES FURNISHED||Desk stand; 6.3 mm (1/4") adapter|
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Q:Connecting an ATR 1100 to Windows 7 via a Sabrent USB Audio Stereo Sound Adapter
A:Thank you for your inquiry. I what you are trying to do should work. This may be a configuration issue and you will need to contact Sabrent for help with their device.
Q:Is the ATR1100 balanced or unbalanced?
A:Thank you for your inquiry. This mic has an unbalanced connection.
Q:Is this compatible with macs?
A:Thank you for your inquiry. I assume that you are using some type of USB audio interface. The microphone cannot connect directly to a Mac.
Q:Using ATR 1100 with a MacBook Pro Laptop
A:Thank you for your inquiry. Please that Mac computer inputs are line level. A microphone cannot drive a line level input. One option is to use our ATR2USB interface and plug in via the USB port.
Q:Is the atr1100 mic considered hi or low impedance?
A:Thank you for your inquiry. This impedance of this microphone is 500 ohms, which is consideted low.
Q:Can this mic plug into a pc mic input without a preamp?
A:Thank you for your inquiry. This will work with your computer providing that it has a microphone level input. Please note that some have line level inputs in which case you will need a preamp.
Q:I just bought the ATR1100 Series for my son's birthday but after connecting it to his Boombox, there was no audio. What is wrong with the product?
A:Thank you for your inquiry. Please contact our Audio Solutions team at 330-686-2600 ext 5000 and they will help you trouble shoot this.
A:Thank you for your inquiry. You do not need a phantom power source, but the mic will not work well on this system for 2 reasons. First, your input is stereo and the mic is mono. Secondly, this is a line level input which expects a very strong signal. The microphone puts out "mic level" which is a very weak output and will not drive the input. We do not make line level microphones, although there are third party folks you make preamps, but they can be costly.