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ATM75c

Cardioid Condenser Headworn Microphone


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  • Overview


    Same as ATM75, less power module; unterminated 7.2 (2.2 m) cable. Includes AT8139L large windscreen, AT8139S small windscreen and AT8439 cable clip. See ATM75.
  • Reviews

    Hands-free perfection

    5

    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.

    North Royalton, OH, USA

    ATM75c Cardioid Condenser Headworn Microphone

    5.0 1

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  • Q & A

    Will this headset work with your 2000 series receiver and transmitter

    Josiah

    No, instead you will need the ATM75cW as the "cW" in the code indicates the proper 4 pin HRS connection used on the Audio-Technica UniPak wireless transmitters. http://www.audio-technica.com/cms/accessories/97aeda8a1087ddbf/index.html

    ATUS_Specialist3

    Is this product compatable with the 2000 series of your wireless receiver and transmitter or would i need to buy a whole new transmitter ans receiver

    Joe

    No. You may use the ATM75cW as the "cW" code indicates the cable properly terminates with the 4 pin HRS connection used on Audio-Technica UniPak transmitters including the ATW-T210a in the 2000 Series.

    ATUS_Specialist3

    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!

    Ben

    No, you will need to use a power module. I recommend using the ATM75 which includes the power module. http://www.audio-technica.com/cms/wired_mics/4ea0e4c0b01ccdea/index.html You may find additional helpful information here on why you do not want to bypass the power module. http://blog.audio-technica.com/audio-solutions-question-week-can-remove-power-module-microphone/

    ATUS_Specialist3

    Can this be used with 3.5mm jacks, i would like to use it as a mono mic and an headset

    JP

    No, being a condenser microphone, the ATM75 microphone must have phantom power to operate which will need to be present over the XLR connection. I would recommend the ATM75 microphone and use the PROPER XLR to 3.5mm connection. http://www.audio-technica.com/cms/wired_mics/4ea0e4c0b01ccdea/index.html

    ATUS_Specialist3

    Is the ATM75C compatible with the freeway 600 series cables and rcvr? Church application. Is the wire from the earpiece to the mic diaphram durable? Would it bend easily if a child were to start playing with it?

    MusicM

    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.

    AudioSolutionsManager

    Can the ATM75c be used with Model ATW-R03? If not, is there a headset available for that model? Thank you.

    Laurie

    Thank you for your inquiry. You will need the ATM75cW. It is configured to work with an Audio Technica belt pack transmitter.

    AudioSolutionsManager

    ATM75c Headworn Microphone I need a headset microphone that is NOT wireless. Is the ATM75c wireless? If it is could you help me find ond that is not wireless? This would be for speaking and singing. Thanks,

    Bridgetossmann

    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).

    AudioSolutionsManager