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Subminiature Omnidirectional Condenser Lavalier Microphone

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    Terminated for Sennheiser wireless systems using Lemo connector. 55" (1.4 m) cable. Includes AT899AK accessory kit. See AT899.

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    Sennheiser SK Series Transmitters I have two Sennheiser ew112-p G3 wireless systems (with SK 100 bodypack transmitters), and wanted to upgrade the included ME-2 lav to what I feel is a better dialog lav in the AT899. However, once received, the connectors on the AT899cL4 are NOT compatible with the Sennheiser SK 100 G3 bodypack transmitters which have a 3.5mm output jack with locking connector. Why is the AT899cL4 advertised as being compatible with Sennheiser SK series transmitters?


    We describe the AT899cL4 as "terminated for Sennheiser wireless systems using Lemo connector". If you have seen it advertised as having a 3.5mm connector, that is incorrect. Unfortunately, we do not make a 3.5mm locking connector version of this microphone. Any of our mics for wireless whose model number contains the letters "cLm3" will have the locking 3.5mm connector for Sennheiser wireless systems. For a lavalier type mic, there is only one model available. It is the BP896cLm3 (black color) and the BP896cLm3-TH (beige color). Like the AT899, the BP896 is also an omnidirectional type microphone.


    Self-powered lav for Sennheiser wireless Your website states that the AT899CL4 is for the Sennheiser SK wireless series. That's good; it might work. I want to plug the AT899CL4 into my Sennheiser SKP-100 wireless plug-in. This wireless plug-in is from the Sennheiser EW 100-ENG G3 Set/Kit. The SKP-100 plug-in does not provide any phantom power. Do you know for certain that it works with the plug-in we have?


    Thank you for your inquiry. It is my understanding that wiring on G3 systems has changed. You may need to check with Sennheiser.