Sony ECM-77 Miniature Omnidirectional Lavalier Microphone with Locking Sony 3.5mm Connector (Black)

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Sony ECM-77 Miniature Omnidirectional Lavalier Microphone with Locking Sony 3.5mm Connector (Black)
Key Features
  • For TV, Stage, Journalism & Broadcast
  • Omnidirectional for Consistent Levels
  • Compatible 3.5mm Transmitter List Below
  • Easily Concealable
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The black Sony ECM-77 is a miniature omnidirectional lavalier microphone designed for professional broadcast, sound reinforcement, and recording applications. The condenser mic element's tiny profile allows it to be easily concealed in performance and broadcast situations.
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Sony ECM-77 Overview

The black Sony ECM-77 is a miniature omnidirectional lavalier microphone designed for professional broadcast, sound reinforcement, and recording applications. The condenser mic element's tiny profile allows it to be easily concealed in performance and broadcast situations.

The omnidirectional polar pattern provides even frequency and sensitivity response at the direct and off-axis sections of the microphone capsule, helping to provide consistent levels, even if the talent isn't speaking directly toward the mic.

The ECM-77 provides a wide frequency response of 40 Hz to 20 kHz for accurate reproduction of speech and vocals and requires 1.1 to 10 VDC power from a compatible wireless transmitter or similar device. A windscreen to reduce wind and breath noise and a tie clip to attach the mic to clothing are included.

Locking Sony 3.5mm Connector

Compatible Transmitters

  • Sony: Works with Sony transmitters equipped with a locking 3.5mm Sony connector including the UWP Series UTX-B40, UTX-B1, UTX-B2, and UTX-B03. It will also work with the WRT-805 and ZTX-B02RC models.
  • Third-Party Devices: The ECM-77 will work with many third-party wireless transmitters and portable audio recorders that are equipped to supply 1.1 to 10 VDC through a locking 3.5mm Sony connector.

Dependable Performance

Small Size

The ECM-77's capsule is 1/4" in diameter and 1/2" in length, allowing the mic to be used on stage or on camera while remaining inconspicuous.

Headroom for Standard Speech and Vocal Applications

The mic can handle up to 120 dB SPL without distortion—adequate headroom for most presenters, performers, and instructors.

Omnidirectional Polar Pattern

The forgiving omnidirectional polar pattern picks up sound from all around the mic and provides a consistent frequency response, even for off-axis sound. This helps to supply clear, intelligible speech and vocals, even when the talent turns away from the microphone.

Wide Frequency Response

With its 40 Hz to 20 kHz frequency range, the ECM-77 provides accurate and transparent reproduction of speech, vocals, and instruments.
UPC: 027242632509

Sony ECM-77 Specs

Microphone
Form FactorLavalier
Sound FieldMono
Capsule1 x Electret Condenser
Diaphragm0.2" / 5.6 mm (Electret Condenser)
Polar PatternOmnidirectional
WindscreenFoam (Included)
Performance
Frequency Range40 Hz to 20 kHz
Maximum SPL120 dB SPL
Impedance2.5 Kilohms ± 30% at 1 kHz
Sensitivity-39 dB at 1 kHz
Dynamic Range90 dB
Signal-to-Noise Ratio64 dB A-Weighted
Equivalent Noise Level30 dB
Connectivity
Output Connectors1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRS (Lockable)
Headphone ConnectorNone
Cable Length3.9' / 1.2 m
Cable Diameter0.1" / 2 mm
Power
Operating Voltage1.1 to 10 V
Operating Current Consumption0.4 mA
Physical
ColorBlack
MountingAlligator Clip (Included)
Operating Temperature32 to 140°F / 0 to 60°C
Storage Temperature-4 to 140°F / -20 to 60°C
Dimensionsø: 0.2 x L: 0.5" / ø: 5.6 x L: 12.5 mm (Capsule)
Weight0.9 oz / 25.5 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.115 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.6 x 1.7 x 0.9"
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I would like to know about this connector, does that microphone come with 4-pin connector or just cable and microphone?
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Will this mic work with the older Sony UTX-B2 transmitter?
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Yes, I've used it with the older Sony UTX B2 transmitter and it works great.
Answered by: Andre F.
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I have a wireless lavalier mic system. The microphone is model sony emc77BMP and the receiver is sony wrt 805.It is not working well, since it catches a lot of interference when recording on longer distances that 30cm, and especially in the city, and as such the wireless part of the system is practically useless for me, but the lavalier mic is very good, and I want to connect it directly to my field-recorder a Tascam DR-40. The input in the recorder is XLR, while the lavalier has a jack (male). I need an adaptor from jack to XLR, and I am wondering about 2 things:1) The adaptor should be a jack (female) to a XLR (male), but is anything else needed, like a converter of electric tension between the lavalier and the field-recorder, or does the lavalier connect directly to the field-recorder?2) The field-recorder offers different settings for recording. One option is to record directly, and one option is to record using phantom-power. Which option should I use when connecting the lavalier directly to the field-recorder via an adaptor (omitting the wireless receiver and emitter system)?
Asked by: John D.
The lav can plug directly into the DR 40. All you will need is a 3.5mm to XLR adapter and phantom power from the recorder. Then you can plug the lav directly into the XLR mic input on bottom of the DR 40. B&H # QUQAD2 see below.
Answered by: John P.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Could I swap out (substitute) this mike foe the lavalier that comes with the Sony UWP-D11 or D16 kit?
Asked by: Thomas
Yes. That is exactly what I have done.
Answered by: Robert S.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Can this mic be used with Sennheiser's EW series wireless transmitters?
Asked by: Dan G.
This lavalier mic is designed specifically for SONY transmitters and is not compatible with Sennheiser EW or other transmitter body-packs. Consider the Tram TR50 , a professional omnidirectional electret condenser lavalier microphone with a low-profile design resulting in low visibility. The TR50 features a frequency response that enhances the character and frequencies associated with speech.
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Is the 4-pin Hirose connector the same as a Sony 4-pin connector, for example on the DWT-B01 transmitter?
Asked by: Randy W.
Yes, this mic is compatible with that Sony transmitter. It's pretty decent, too!
Answered by: RYAN D.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Could this microphone also be used with the Tascam DR-70D?
Asked by: Thomas
Just heard back from Tascam and they confirm that plug-in power is about 3 volts. So mike would have to go through wireless and then into Tascam via XLR.
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