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PRO 35cW

Cardioid Condenser Clip-on Instrument Microphone

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  • Overview

    55” (1.4 m) permanently attached miniature cable terminated with a locking 4-pin connector for use with Audio-Technica cW-style body-pack transmitters. Includes AT8418 instrument mount for brass, reeds, drums, etc.

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    Wireless Essentials® Accessory Microphones and Input Cables Specification Sheet (pdf 44.38 KB)
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    Great microphone. Use with my audio technica wireless system series 2000 and ATW-2110 transmitter when playing my saxophone on gigs. Would recommend to any one thinking about wireless for their performances. Quite affordable and durable.

    River Ridge, LA, USA

    PRO 35cW Cardioid Condenser Clip-on Instrument Microphone

    5.0 1


  • Q & A

    As i know that the pro35cw have the 4-pin female Hirose type connector to use with ATH's wireless system. will the pro35cw works with another wireless system if i use the 4-pin to mini xlr adapter ?


    Not likely as more than just a different connector, different bias voltage is used and different resistors are used to maximize the performance of the microphone with each brands different amount of bias voltage.


    I am thinking of buying a pro 35 wireless microphone unit, or a pro 70 unit. Unsure yet .... My application is , I want to run it into a trio plus digitech unit for writing tunes. I am an acoustic guitar player. I have the wireless box already. Which mic would give me the best tonal response. ? Also, what else should I consider buying, so to be able to use this through an amp.?? thanks, RA


    Please contact our Audio Solutions Department at (330) 686-2600 ext 5000 or at for assistance with this.


    Hi I was wondering if there is an adaptor I can buy for this wireless mic so that I can just use it as a wired clip on mic... as in an XLR output jack would be nice. I dont really want to use the wireless function. Thank you


    Thank you for your inquiry. Yes, the AT8539 power module will work for this.


    Is the only difference between the pro 35 and the pro 35cw the power module? While I have AT wireless packs, I can see times I'd like to use the mic wired as well. Is buying the Pro 35 and/or the Pro 35cw and the power module getting me the same thing?


    The "cW" code indicates the cable terminates with a 4 pin HRS connector used with Audio-Technica UniPak Wireless Transmitters. Please contact our Audio Solutions Department at (330) 686-2600 ext 5000 or at for further assistance with this.


    I bought a Pro35cW and didn't know it was only the microphone and that I would need to buy a transmitter and receiver separately. Can you please recommend your most portable and simple transmitter/receiver package with specific product number? My application is playing my saxophone wireless in setting where I am somewhat far from the PA system. Thanks!


    ATW-2110a basic wireless system. (Includes UniPak model bodypack Transmitter and Receiver - no microphone).

    Do I have a pro35cw or a pro35 or a atm350 I purchased a clipon mic, supposedly from my order sheet a pro 35cW..It has a 4 female pin connector which I understand is used in AT specific wireless gear. 55 inch cable.. My confusion stems from the fotos you have because the foto of the pro35cw is different than what I have recieved..What I have appears like the atm350 in the fotos..But 4 pin connect and 55 inch cable.. I want to plug it into my PA, i need an adaptor or power module?? This will bypasses the wireless feature working seamlessly with an xlr cable into my PA?? Thanks for you attn..


    There is also a wireless version of the ATM350, the ATM350cW. Whatever it is that you have (and it should be marked PRO 35 or ATM350) you do have the version that is for use with a-t wireless systems that use a UniPak model bodypack Transmitter. You can convert the mic from "wireless" to wired however by connecting our AT8539 Power Module to it. The 8539 has the mating 4-pin male connector on it for the input connector. The output connector on the module is the standard 3-pin XLR male type. Note that the AT8539 Power Module requires phantom power to operate.12 to 48 Volts DC is the acceptable voltage range. The module includes a selectable low-cut filter set at 80Hz, with an18dB per octave slope.


    Power module to convert to wired Can this me be used with the AT 8358 power module (the one used in the regular pro 35 mic) or does it require the AT 8359. I know the 8539 has the 4 pin connector for use with wireless systems, I can't tell about the 8538.


    Thank you for your inquiry. To use the Pr35cW as a wired microphone you will need the AT8539.


    wiring for Lectrosonics transmitter I'd like to plug my Pro35 into a Lectro LMa wireless rig. Can you help me with a diagram? Thanks!


    Thank you for your inquiry. I had the wiring for Lectrosonics older systems, but the have changed their wiring scheme. I had requested one of their systems from them for testing, but did not receive it. Please contact the folks at Lectrosonics and they should be able to help.


    What is the difference between the PRO 35 and PRO 35cW? Comparing the specs of the 35 from your site and the 35cW from another site (I could not find 35cW specs on your site), it appears that they are the same except for the dynamic range (typical). It shows to be 115 dB for the 35 and 82 dB for the 35cW. Assuming this is correct, I'm still not sure exactly what that means as far as sound quality. Please explain this difference and also any others that I may not be seeing. Thanks.


    Thank you for your inquiry. The Pro35 is a wired microphone designed to plug into a PA system. The Pro35cW is designed to plug into an Audio-Technica wireless system.


    Pro 35cW vs. ATM350cW What's the difference between these two mics? The ATM350cW costs more, so.....? I cannot find specs for these two mics...are they a secret? My application is wireless mic for a saxophone. Thanks


    The ATM350cW has a replaceable element, a slightly wider overall frequency response, and it includes the AT8468 violin mount. In addition to the provided cardioid element, hypercardioid and omnidirectional elements are also available. Specifications for both models can be found on the Audio-technica website under ATM350 and PRO 35 which are the wired versions of these mics.