Tram TR50 Omni Lavalier Microphone with LEMO 4-Pin Connector for Vega Transmitters and TR79+ Power Supply (Tan)
- For Film/Video, Broadcast & Presentation
- Omnidirectional for Consistent Levels
- For Vega Transmitters with LEMO 4-Pin
- Headroom for Strong Vocals / 134 dB SPL
Tram TR50 Overview
Tram TR50 Reviews
Just what I needed for interviews with Lab Technicians and Doctors!
this is the top 3 mic for pros,if you are pro you know that there are 3 lavalier mic,1-dpa 6060,sanken 11, tram50,everything else is .........so so.THE ONLY DOWN SIDE IS SENSITIVITY ON THIS ONE
very good mic
Only sanken 11 is better,because is more sensitive and you dont have to push the preamp ,which can cause some noise,like speech sound tram has warmer sound which I like
Tram is the best
I have used Tram microphones for 15 years. The quality is still great. Excellent workhorse mic.. worth the extra cost.
lovely depth of sound
If there was one thing I would have liked in the Tram TR50 it would have been to be a little bit hotter. But otherwise, theres almost nothing not to love about this lav. mic. The sound is warm with lovely depth. Unless you want something brighter, with more focus I dont think you can go wrong with this mic. Theres a reason is has been an industry standard for decades now.
A Good Lav Microphone
This is my second Tram microphone from B&H...as I made a mistake on the first one...but this right microphone is working great with the Sony UTXB3...It puts out good audio and I am a happy camper. Will buy again.
The White really comes in handy for interviews with Doctors, Pediatricians, Lab Techs, etc.
Great flat response
I bought this to replace a Sony lav that bit the dust. I had used the Tram previously with Lectrosonics and forgot how much smoother they are over the Sony's. Highly recommended
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