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Tram TR50 Omni Lavalier Microphone with 3.5mm Locking Sennheiser Connector (Black)

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Tram TR50 Omni Lavalier Microphone with 3.5mm Locking Sennheiser Connector (Black)
Key Features
  • For Film/Video, Broadcast & Presentation
  • Omnidirectional for Consistent Levels
  • For Sennheiser Transmitters with 3.5mm
  • Headroom for Strong Vocals / 134 dB SPL
The black Tram TR50 is a miniature omnidirectional lavalier microphone designed to deliver clear speech and dialog with a natural sound that mixes well with boom microphones, making it popular among professional sound recordists working in TV, film, broadcast, videography, and more.
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Tram TR50 Overview

The black Tram TR50 is a miniature omnidirectional lavalier microphone designed to deliver clear speech and dialog with a natural sound that mixes well with boom microphones, making it popular among professional sound recordists working in TV, film, broadcast, videography, and more.

The mic's omnidirectional polar pattern provides a generous 360° pickup response that helps to keep levels consistent, even if the talent turns and isn't speaking directly in the direction of the capsule. The flat, upward facing design allows the mic to be easily concealed while also helping it to resist clothing and rustling noises.

The TR50 features a 40 Hz to 16 kHz frequency response with a gentle 3 to 4 dB boost in the high frequencies for added clarity with minimum sound coloration, especially helpful if the mic is hidden behind clothing or fabric. Well suited to wireless applications, the mic features a 4.5' cable available in a variety of connectors for direct integration with bodypack transmitters. This model features a locking 3.5mm connector wired for use with Sennheiser transmitters and other compatible devices.

This version of the TR50 is wired with a positive bias which means that, in addition to being powered by your wireless transmitter, it can also be used for wired XLR applications by plugging into the TR79+ power supply (available separately). The TR79+ accepts external phantom power or uses internal battery power. A tie bar, tie tac, clip-on holder, and tape-down holder are provided to help you mic up your subject. A windscreen, cable holder, and carrying case are also included.

Locking 3.5mm Connector

Compatible Wireless Transmitters

  • Sennheiser: Works with Sennheiser bodypack transmitters equipped with a locking 3.5mm connector, including the Evolution (ew), XSW-D, and SpeechLine (SL) Series
  • Also works with many third-party wireless transmitters and portable audio recorders that are equipped to supply 1.5 VDC through a locking 3.5mm connector wired for Sennheiser compatibility.

Professional-Quality Sound for TV, Film, Video, and More

Miniature Mic Plays Well with Other Mics

The TR50 offers a small, flat design that offers flexible positioning options while isolating the mic capsule to help resist rustling and clothing noise—especially helpful for hidden or concealed uses. The mic's clear, uncolored reproduction of speech and dialog mixes well with boom mics in post production.

Headroom for Robust Speakers and Performers

With its ability to handle SPLs up to 134 dB, the mic offers plenty of headroom for most speech and vocal applications.

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 isn't speaking directly toward the microphone.

Positive Bias

This version of the TR50 is wired with a positive bias. When used with the TR79+ power supply (available separately), this allows the mic to be powered via 48V phantom power or the LR44 battery in the power supply for wired use with XLR equipment. Negative-bias versions of the TR50 do not support phantom power and can only operate on the battery-powered TR79.

Tram TR50 Specs

Microphone
Form FactorLavalier
Sound FieldMono
Capsule1 x Electret Condenser
Polar PatternOmnidirectional
WindscreenFoam (Included)
Performance
Frequency Range40 Hz to 16 kHz
Maximum SPL134 dB SPL
Impedance3000 Ohms
Output Level-57 dB
Equivalent Noise Level26 dB
Connectivity
Output Connectors1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRS Male Unbalanced (Lockable)
Headphone ConnectorNone
Cable Length4.5' / 1.4 m
Power
Operating Voltage1.5 V
Operating Current Consumption30 µA
Physical
ColorBlack
MountingAlligator Clip, Lapel Pin / Dracula Mount, Magnetic Mount, Surface-Mount, Tie Tac Clip (Included)
DimensionsH: 0.2 x W: 0.3 x L: 0.5" / H: 4.5 x W: 7.6 x L: 13.9 mm
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.23 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.25 x 3 x 1.1"
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