Audio-Technica AT899cH-TH Subminiature Omnidirectional Condenser Lavalier Microphone (Beige)

BH #AUAT899CHTH • MFR #AT899CH-TH
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Audio-Technica AT899cH-TH Subminiature Omnidirectional Condenser Lavalier Microphone (Beige)
Key Features
  • For Stage and Broadcast
  • 20 Hz to 20 kHz Frequency Response
  • 11 to 52V Phantom Power
  • 4-Pin XLR Output Connector
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$179.00
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Do the included foam windscreens fit snug on the mic, or do they tend to fall off easily?
Asked by: Anonymous
The included windscreen fit well but may loosen up over time and exposure.
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2018-08-27

How would you compare this AT899 lav with an ...

How would you compare this AT899 lav with an AT831b lav mic? (for a talking head recording)
Asked by: X
These Mics are very different (one is Cardiod, other Omni) and Audio-Technica AT899 performs much better. Audio-Technica AT899 Specs Transducer Fixed-charge plate, permanently polarized condenser Polar Pattern Omnidirectional Frequency Response 20-20,000Hz Dynamic Range (Typical) Phantom: 108dB, 1kHz at Max SPL Battery: 86dB, 1kHz at Max SPL Signal-to-Noise Ratio 64dB, 1kHz at 1Pa Maximum Input Sound Level Phantom: 138dB SPL, 1kHz at 1% THD Battery: 116dB SPL, 1kHz at 1% THD 831B: Transducer Permanently Polarized Condenser Polar Pattern Cardioid Frequency Response 40 Hz to 16 kHz Low Frequency Roll-Off 80 Hz, 18 dB/Octave Sensitivity Phantom: -44 dB (6.3 mV) re 1 V at 1 Pa Battery: -46 dB (5.0 mV) re 1 V at 1 Pa Impedance Phantom: 200 Ohms Battery: 270 Ohms Maximum Input Sound Level Phantom: 135 dB SPL, 1 kHz at 1% T.H.D. Battery: 121 dB SPL, 1 kHz at 1% T.H.D. Dynamic Range (Typical) Phantom: 106 dB, 1 kHz at Max SPL Battery: 92 dB, 1 kHz at Max SPL Signal-to-Noise Ratio 65 dB, 1 kHz at 1 Pa
Answered by: james
Date published: 2021-02-18

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Hi I would like to use this product in Australia. I know it has a battery option but what do I need to use on Australian power? Can I get this accessory from B&H?Thanks very much
Asked by: Anonymous
If your mic preamp has Phantom Power, the county's voltage (110 or 220V AC) does not matter. Phantom Pwr. is the same (typically 48VDC)
Answered by: RICHARD S
Date published: 2021-04-01

question

What is the cord length?
Asked by: Anonymous
The microphone's 9.8' (3 meter) cable is terminated with a 3-pin TA3F output connector, suitable for use with the AT-8537 power module (included). The cable required to connect between the power module and your input component is Not included and is an optional purchase. We showcase some cable under the ACCESSORIES tab for this product.
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Could this be used as a conference microphone on a table top, if you secured it to some sort of base? How far away will it pick up voices with clarity?
Asked by: Anonymous
Not recommended. It is designed for on-talent use within 3-10 inches of the subject's mouth.A boundary type microphone is a better way to go: The Audio-Technica U841A is an omnidirectional boundary microphone designed for highly intelligible sound reinforcement, professional recording, television and conferencing in surface-mount applications. The microphone's omnidirectional polar pattern is capable of accurately reproducing audio at 360 degrees. The surface mounted U841A features a polarized condenser element that reproduces audio with crisp detail and pristine fidelity. UniGuard RFI-shielding protects against radio frequency interference. The microphone is powered via phantom or 1.5V AA battery power, an external in-line phantom power supply is included. The U841A is an excellent choice for capturing conferences, meetings, broadcasts, performances, ambiance and more. B&H # AUU841ASurface Mounted The U841A features a low profile, surface mount design for low visibility in broadcast and performance capturing scenarios. Omnidirectional The omnidirectional polar pattern captures in 360 degrees. The pattern is ideal for capturing meetings and conferences. RFI Rejection The U841A features UniGuard Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) rejection. This eliminates noise associated with radio frequencies in the area. Battery or Phantom Power The U841A is capable of AA-battery or 48 Volt phantom
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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What is the approximate time a AA alkaline Duracell can power the mic? Is there an advantage/disadvantage to using battery vs. phantom (other than battery drain). I'm trying to avoid the phantom's extra draw from a Tascam field recorder's lithium-ions.
Asked by: Anonymous
Battery drain on the device supplying the phantom power would be the main reason to consider using AA battery in the lavalier. With the AT899 you should easily get 12 hours continuous use with AA battery power, longer if the mic is disconnected when not in use. Phantom power generally decreases record time in a battery powered recorder by 50% or more in some cases.
Answered by: Jeff P.
Date published: 2020-06-24

If you use phantom power, can you bypass the ...

If you use phantom power, can you bypass the bulky battery pack altogether with something like BH #CARXXLRR?
Asked by: G. Adam
Even when using phantom power the power module is necessary, without the battery The cable you asked about is incompatible.
Answered by: James Cruz
Date published: 2020-12-05

How would you compare this AT899 lav with what ...

How would you compare this AT899 lav with what I've heard to be the "industry standard"- the Sony ECM-77b lav mic? (for an indoor, talking head recording) Thanks so much for answering it really helps!
Asked by: X
Both the AT899 and ECM-77B are omnidirectional condenser style lavalier mics that operate using either phantom or battery power. The AT899 has a frequency response range of 20 Hz to 20 kHz and dynamic range of 108 dB when used with phantom power or 86 dB when powered by a battery, while the ECM-77B, which has a frequency response range of 40 Hz to 20 kHz and 90 dB. Both mics have a signal-to-noise ratio of 64 dB. The ECM-77B has a maximum input level of 120 dB while the AT899 can handle up 138 dB when used with phantom power or 116 dB when powered by a battery. The AT899 also has a switch on the power module that allows you to select between a flat response or low roll-off at 80 Hz using the built-in high-pass filter. Both are very popular microphones that are 44capable of delivering high-quality audio recordings.
Answered by: Lisa
Date published: 2021-02-24
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