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The brown SERIES8 EMBRACE Omnidirectional Lavalier Microphone from Point Source Audio is a custom-fit ear mounted microphone solution for theatre, TV, and other applications where the microphone must remain hidden. It includes the SERIES8 lavalier microphone, color-matched left and right earmounts, and cable clips. The earmounts can be bent, shaped, and trimmed for a precise custom-fit microphone.
The microphone can connect to a wide range of wireless transmitters using its interchangeable X-connector system. This particular unit comes with an interchangeable 2.5mm waterproof mini connector for Lectrosonics WM and MM series wireless transmitters. The microphone also comes with a windscreen, two slider clips, and a storage box.
Includes SERIES8 lavalier microphone with left and right earmounts
Earmount is bendable and trimmable for a custom fit
Accepts theatrical color markers for camouflaging
Microphone element measures only 4mm in diameter
148 dB max SPL
Optimal gain before feedback
Comes with an interchangeable 2.5mm waterproof mini connector for Lectrosonics WM and MM series wireless transmitters
IP57 waterproof rating
In the Box
Point Source Audio SERIES8 EMBRACE Earmount Omnidirectional Lavalier Microphone for Lectrosonics Waterproof Wireless Transmitters (Brown)
Left and Right Earmounts with Finishing Caps
Limited 1-Year Warranty
Table of Contents
Back electret condenser
20 Hz to 20 kHz
-43 dB, 1 V/Pa (±3 dB at 1 kHz)
148 dB SPL
1,400 Ohms (at 1 kHz)
1 to 10 V
2.5 mm waterproof mini connector for Lectrosonics WM and MM series wireless transmitters
48.077" (122.16 cm) + connector
0.6 oz (17 g)
Point Source Audio SERIES8 EMBRACE Earmount Omnidirectional Lavalier Microphone for Lectrosonics Waterproof Wireless Transmitters (Brown) Review