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Sony ECM-AW4 Bluetooth Wireless Microphone System

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Sony ECM-AW4 Bluetooth Wireless Microphone System
Key Features
  • For Camcorders, DSLRs, Audio Recorders
  • Supports Talk-Back Communication
  • Use Built-In or 3.5 mm Microphone
  • Receiver Mic & Mic Input for Talk-Back
The ECM-AW4 Bluetooth Wireless Microphone System from Sony is a complete battery-powered Bluetooth wireless microphone system. It plugs into virtually any kind of video camera, DSLR, or recording device that features a 3.5mm mini-jack microphone input. The transmitter has a built-in mic, or you can use a separately available external mic with 3.5mm output (Plugin Power supported). Receiver unit has a talk-back function that allows the camera operator to communicate clearly with the subject. The mic has a range of up to 150 feet.
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If I wanted to use 4 units with a multi channel ...

If I wanted to use 4 units with a multi channel recorder can I do that? do they have multiple channels?
Asked by: C.J.
We would not advise using 4 sets of these in one location.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2021-01-25

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Is the receiver output mic level or line level?
Asked by: Anonymous
i am not an audio guru. can only tell you what works for me.it comes with a short resistive cable that brings the signal down to mic in level on my zoom 4. maybe without the cable it is line in? going straight from reciever to mic in on zoom recorder results in distorted audio. using supplied resistive cable between reciever and zoom results in great audio.hope this helps.
Answered by: tony l.
Date published: 2022-09-11

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How many devices will this connect to? I need a microphone to connect to up to 50 devices.
Asked by: Anonymous
They will only connect to each other. The instruction manual for the Sony ECM-AW4 Bluetooth Wireless Microphone System states that the receiver and the microphone are factory-set to communicate with each other. Communication is not possible with a receiver and microphone not sold as a pair, multiple microphones, or any other Bluetooth device such as a smartphone, computer, etc. As the units only work in pairs, you may not use them simultaneously for usage on multiple units.
Answered by: Manzell L.
Date published: 2018-08-25

Can i use for cannon Rebel T6i?

Can i use for cannon Rebel T6i?
Asked by: Dzung
Yes you can
Answered by: vilson
Date published: 2021-02-16

How can i check the battery status in both ...

How can i check the battery status in both devices?
Asked by: VICENTE
I've always carried a separate battery tester with me and regularly check the battery strength at the end of each session.
Answered by: Geoffrey
Date published: 2020-07-08

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Does it work with Canon XA30? Why no sound recorded when plug to Mic, Input 1 or Input 2 ? Please help.
Asked by: HONG L.
Make sure you are plugging in the receiver (not the transmitter) into your audio in jack. It should work. Try all inputs until you get it to work. If it does not, try a different microphone to make sure your camera is working correctly and check its setting to accept a mic in. Use a headphone on the receiver; are you getting sound? If not, you have a defective product.
Answered by: Carl T.
Date published: 2018-08-25

can this be used with the Sony a7r4 camera?

can this be used with the Sony a7r4 camera?
Asked by: Lawrence
Unfortunately, Sony does not list this microphone set as compatible with the A7R IV.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2021-02-09

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Hi, I would like to use such Bluetooth Wireless Microphone System for my Samsung Note 4 phone. Is it compatible?
Asked by: Anonymous
i have not been able to make the mike work with a phone or computer. this is a sony bluetooth product and it can carry a signal a couple hundred feet. i don't think it is you standard bluetooth frequency and sony makes no claims that it would work this way. i think it is proprietary system.
Answered by: Ken M.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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