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Sanken COS-11D Omni Lavalier Microphone with Normal Sensitivity & LEMO 3-Pin Connector for Lectrosonics Transmitters (No Accessories, White)

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Sanken COS-11D Omni Lavalier Microphone with Normal Sensitivity & LEMO 3-Pin Connector for Lectrosonics Transmitters (No Accessories, White)
Key Features
  • For Broadcast, Film/Video & Presentation
  • Omnidirectional for Consistent Levels
  • For Lectrosonics Transmitters with LEMO
  • Normal Sensitivity Level
The white Sanken COS-11D Omni Lavalier Microphone with Normal Sensitivity & LEMO 3-Pin Connector for Lectrosonics Transmitters is a subminiature lav microphone designed to deliver clear, full-bodied sound and reliable performance, making it a popular choice among industry professionals in broadcast, TV, theater, film, videography, and more. 
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Battery mount to 1/4

Battery mount to 1/4
Asked by: Ian
This microphone requires 48v Phantom Power. You would need to use an active XLR adapter, of which there are many to choose from, or a simple Phantom Power Supply. https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/577469-REG/PSC_FPSC0001_48_PHantom_Single.html
Answered by: John
Date published: 2019-05-19

Is there an option to connect it to a XLR input ...

Is there an option to connect it to a XLR input camcorder? Also will it work with my phone's 3.5mm headphone port?
Asked by: Jared
A Rode VXLR+ 3.5mm TRS Female to XLR Male Adapter with Phantom Power Converter, BH #ROVXLR, will allow you to plug this mic into a camera with XLR input, which would be able to provide 48 volt phantom power to the mic. To connect this to a smartphone, you would adapt the end to TRRS with a Rode SC4 3.5mm TRS Female to 3.5mm Right-Angle TRRS Male Adapter Cable for Smartphones, BH #ROSC4. The smartphone will power the mic in this case.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2021-01-18

Will this work with the Lectrosonics 200 series ...

Will this work with the Lectrosonics 200 series as well?
Asked by: Jonathan
Yes, the Sanken COS-11D Omni Lavalier Microphone with Normal Sensitivity & Servo-Bias TA5F Connector for Lectrosonics Transmitters will work with Lectrosonics 200 series transmitters that use a TA5 input connector.
Answered by: Lisa S
Date published: 2023-04-14

Has anyone paired this with Diety Connect kit?

Has anyone paired this with Diety Connect kit?
Asked by: Angel
The COS-11D is compatible with the Diety Connect Kit and would sound amazing.
Answered by: James Cruz
Date published: 2020-11-02

Are these locking 3.5mm / ⅛in connections ...

Are these locking 3.5mm / ⅛in connections compatible with the Saramonic uwmic9? The wireless receiver has a bit of a lip around the outlet…
Asked by: J Perry
Saramonic seems like copy of Sony system so most probably will not work because wiring is not the same. It can be expensive gamble.
Answered by: Faris
Date published: 2020-02-27

I bought this one. I have a question. If i ...

I bought this one. I have a question. If i connect sony transmitter this without phantom power, is it operating?
Asked by: Lee
The COS-11D requires 3 to 10V of plug-in power, not phantom power. Phantom power is higher voltage of 12 to 48V. The Sony transmitter will supply the proper amount of plug-in power needed for the COS-11D.
Answered by: Lisa S
Date published: 2021-05-06

Is this compatible with the Rode Rodelink system?

Is this compatible with the Rode Rodelink system?
Asked by: Chauncey
No, the Sony wiring of this mic is not compatible with the RodeLink. Here's a Sennheiser wired version of the COS-11D that would be compatible B&H # SAC11WNSETRB.
Answered by: Daniel
Date published: 2020-09-21

Does anyone have experience using the Sanken ...

Does anyone have experience using the Sanken COS-11D with 3.5mm Locking Sennheiser Connector with the Rode VXLR Pro adapter?
Asked by: Tanya
The Sanken COS-11D Omni Lavalier Microphone with Normal Sensitivity & 3.5mm Locking Sennheiser Connector can run off of 3 to 10 V, and the Rode VXLR Pro provides 4 V, so the two would be compatible.
Answered by: Calvin M
Date published: 2023-09-26
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