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Countryman B3 Omni Lavalier Mic, Standard Sens, with LEMO 4-Pin Connector for TS-170, TS-170p, VHF TS-190, and TSP Wireless Transmitters (Black)

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Countryman B3 Omni Lavalier Mic, Standard Sens, with LEMO 4-Pin Connector for TS-170, TS-170p, VHF TS-190, and TSP Wireless Transmitters (Black)
Key Features
  • For Interviews, Drama, and Water Sports
  • LEMO 4-Pin (BS), See Description
  • 20 Hz to 20 kHz Frequency Response
  • Headroom for General Use
The black B3 Omni Lavalier Mic, Standard Sens, with LEMO 4-Pin Connector for TS-170, TS-170p, VHF TS-190, and TSP Wireless Transmitters from Countryman is a water-resistant, miniature lavalier microphone for capturing high-quality audio. It can be used in a variety of applications such as a tie-clip lavalier in interviews, a hair-hidden mic for drama, a water-resistant mic for water sports and hurricane reporting, or simply a small mic to hide in a prop flower vase.
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