Marantz Professional PMD-602A 2-Channel DSLR Audio Interface

BH #MAPMD602A • MFR #PMD-602A
Marantz Professional
Marantz Professional PMD-602A 2-Channel DSLR Audio Interface
Key Features
  • 2 x XLR Combo Inputs, Mic or Line Level
  • 12V or 48V Phantom Power
  • 3.5mm Stereo Line Input
  • Limiter Function
The PMD-602A 2-Channel DSLR Audio Interface from Marantz Professional is a two-channel battery-operated interface with 12V or 48V phantom power that can be used with condenser microphones or line-level audio devices for DSLR cameras or other field-recording equipment.
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Marantz Professional PMD-602A Overview

The PMD-602A 2-Channel DSLR Audio Interface from Marantz Professional is a two-channel battery-operated interface with 12V or 48V phantom power that can be used with condenser microphones or line-level audio devices for DSLR cameras or other field-recording equipment.

Featuring two XLR-1/4" combo inputs with input sensitivity and two-stage gain control, the PMD-602A has a 3.5mm stereo line input and limiter to ensure gain matching. The master line output allows you to feed any camera or recorder line input while monitoring through the headphone output.

Other features include a 1/4"-20 mounting bracket on the top for attachment to a camera, and a tripod socket on the bottom of the unit for added flexibility. It is powered by four AA batteries (sold separately).

UPC: 694318022757

Marantz Professional PMD-602A Specs

Audio Specification
Frequency Response20 Hz to 20 kHz, +1 dB
Signal to Noise Ratio> 94 dB
Mic Input LevelMaximum: -20 dBu (High Gain), +10 dB (Low Gain)
Mic Input Sensitivity-40 dBu
Mic Input Impedance2 Kilohms
Max Line Input Level+24 dB
Line Input Impedance10 Kilohms
Maximum Voltage Gain-24 dB
Phantom Power12 and 48 V (Switchable)
Connectors
Inputs2 x XLR-1/4" / 6.3 mm TRS Combo Jacks
Outputs1/8" / 3.5 mm TRS Stereo
Headphone Output1/8" / 3.5 mm TRS Stereo Mini-Jack
Environmental
Operating Temperature41 to 140°F / 5 to 60°C
Operating Humidity25 to 85%, Non-Condensing
General
Power Requirement4 x AA Batteries
Battery Life15 Hours (Phantom Power OFF)
12 Hours (Phantom Power On)
Power Consumption< 5 W
Dimensions1.5 x 2.5 x 6" / 38 x 64 x 152 mm
Weight1.4 lb / 0.63 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.78 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8 x 5.75 x 4.1"
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Will this unit work with a single condenser mic, and if so, will the single channel be split into stereo input to a camcorder? Does it matter which XLR input (left or right) is used?
Asked by: Henry
Yes, this unit works with only 1 mic. The output channel is the same as the input, divided into stereo, but you can set it to mono if you want. It makes no difference which entry to use. The only defeiro of this unit, is that it only works on battery and uses a lot of energy &rdquo;
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would this work with the Rode Video Micro ...

would this work with the Rode Video Micro Ultracompact mic as it is not powered?
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Yes, but you need to use an adapter to convert the plug to XLR and to provide power for the mic. The Rode Video Micro requires plug-in power and you can use Rode's VXLR Plus - 3.5mm to XLR Adapter with Power Converter (B&amp;H #ROVXLRP) which will convert phantom power from the XLR mic input on the Marantz PMD-602A to the plug-in power that the Video Micro requires.
Answered by: Lisa
Date published: 2019-09-01

My camera has one microphone input, does this ...

My camera has one microphone input, does this preamp feeds each xlr to channels left and right? And what cable would you recommend to connect to a minijack 3,5mm
Asked by: Nazar
You can use this mixer to send two mic inputs to the one input on your camera. When the Output Type switch is set to Stereo, the left and right inputs would be sent separately to the camera.
Answered by: Daniel
Date published: 2020-10-29

Kind of new at this but I'm wondering if this ...

Kind of new at this but I'm wondering if this would work with my camcorder to capture audio from a mixing board? Also if the audio level from the board was perfect do I need to adjust the levels on this?
Asked by: Aimee
You would need to take an XLR line out from mixer and run to the XLR input on the DSLR Audio Interface. Use the line switch to switch over from Mic to Line. The Marantz Audio Interface runs very hot levels even at low volumes so I would adjust the mixer output level accordingly.
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I had a juicedlink that let me record in mono, but to pad the right channel 16db so that if my left channel peaked I'd have another usable channel. Can this do the same?
Asked by: Alan O.
Unfortunately, the Marantz Professional PMD-602A does not feature a dual mono output with a 16db pad on one of the outs. We do carry a product by Tascam that can help you get the redundancy you are looking for. The Tascam DR-70D dual record function captures a safety track to have a backup in case of distortion. For more details, search on our website the B&amp;H item code TADR70D .
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Date published: 2018-08-27

Will this device output Channel 1 xlr to the left ...

Will this device output Channel 1 xlr to the left and Channel 2 to the right?
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Output

Output
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There is a mini jack output with the option of a mono or stereo send.
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I shoot with a Canon 70D and record audio with TASCAM DR-40. But my Rode NTG and lav's aren't picked up without what I consider to be an unacceptable amount of floor noise with the Tascam. So I bring my bulky Mackie Mixer (small unit) to give mics a boost. Would this Marantz replace that cumbersome process by boosting signal w/o mixer?
Asked by: David
This Marantz is an decent sounding mixer especially for $99. The Beachtek DXA SLR Ultra that sells for $299 doesn't sound any better than the Marantz. As for as significantly improving the sound compared to the DR-40, For much better sound but still being able to attach to the bottom of the dslr, you might want to check out the Sound Devices MixPre-3. There is definitely a price difference. For the price of the Marantz, you can't beat it.
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Date published: 2021-04-29
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