MXL FR-355K Lavalier Interview Microphone Kit

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MXL FR-355K Lavalier Interview Microphone Kit
Key Features
  • Includes Omnidirectional Lavalier
  • Provides Uniform Frequency Pickup
  • Includes Cardioid Lavalier
  • Prefers On-Axis Capture
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The MXL FR-355K Lavalier Kit is a pair of lavalier microphones, one with a cardioid and one with an omnidirectional polar pattern. It is intended to provide the user with options for interviews, instrument capturing, presentations and other applications.

The cardioid pattern microphone yields a generous pickup area while maintaining adequate feedback and noise rejection at the off-axis section of the capsule. The omnidirectional polar pattern microphone provides a uniform frequency response at the direct and off-axis sections of the capsule, and is noted to reject clothing, contact and handling noise more efficiently.

The lavalier pair of mics both require phantom power, feature XLR output connectors and include a windscreen and clothing clip. The modestly priced kit is an ideal solution for in studio interviews, instrument capturing and more.

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MXL FR-355K Overview

The MXL FR-355K Lavalier Kit is a pair of lavalier microphones, one with a cardioid and one with an omnidirectional polar pattern. It is intended to provide the user with options for interviews, instrument capturing, presentations and other applications.

The cardioid pattern microphone yields a generous pickup area while maintaining adequate feedback and noise rejection at the off-axis section of the capsule. The omnidirectional polar pattern microphone provides a uniform frequency response at the direct and off-axis sections of the capsule, and is noted to reject clothing, contact and handling noise more efficiently.

The lavalier pair of mics both require phantom power, feature XLR output connectors and include a windscreen and clothing clip. The modestly priced kit is an ideal solution for in studio interviews, instrument capturing and more.

Omnidirectional Polar Pattern

The lavalier mic with the omnidirectional polar pattern provides a uniform frequency response at the direct and off-axis sections of the capsule, and is noted to reject clothing, contact and handling noise more efficiently.

Cardioid Polar Pattern

The lavalier mic with the cardioid pattern yields a generous pickup area while maintaining adequate feedback and noise rejection at the off-axis section of the capsule.
UPC: 801813125771

MXL FR-355K Specs

TransducerBack Electret Condenser
Polar PatternOmnidirectional and Cardioid
Frequency Response30Hz - 18kHz
Dynamic Range (Typical)Not Specified By Manufacturer
Signal-to-Noise RatioNot Specified By Manufacturer
Maximum Input Sound Level120dB
Power Requirements48V +/- 4V
Output Impedance200 ohms
Output Connectors3-pin XLR
PadNo
Low Frequency Roll-OffNo
Dimensions (LxDiameter)Microphone: 1.18 x 0.5"
Cable Length: 6' (1.82m)
Weight2.4 oz (68g)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.585 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.8 x 7.3 x 2.75"
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I recently purchased a zoom F4. When I plugged in one of my laveliers it seems only one side is working. So I plugged in the other lavelier and get the same result. To make sure it's not my headset , I listened to pre-recorded music.My headset are ok. So I also checked to make sure nothing is panned on the zoom f4. I haven't used my laveliers hardly at all over a few years. Then it was only once. Weird?
Asked by: terry m.
I would check and make sure you have mono mix on for the Zoom, and it's taking the XLR channels individually, not trying to do anything with a stereo mix which might have caused your one channel in headphones.
Answered by: Gabriel V.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Can they be put directly into a 3.5mm jack for smart phone recording?
Asked by: Luke S.
No they are XLR you would have to have an XLR to 1/4 adapter
Answered by: Jay S.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Would the phantom power from a Shure SCM268 (12v) power these mics?
Asked by: lorenzo
I believe so I use this mic on a professional video camera and I use 48v phantom power and it works fine but I did some research and it should work fine.
Answered by: Chad C.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Can I use these to record audio on my Canon 5d M3? Will I need an additional connector? I am new to recording video. Thank you!
Asked by: Anonymous
Well this is not a matter of connecting. The sound quality of the 5D is not good enough , so u can record your audio on the solid state and then sync in ur edit. This gadget is good, however if you are looking for pro sound and more options and flexibility i suggest for the ZOOM insdead. But ya this lil gadget is good for indie stuff on a budget
Answered by: Christophe Henri D.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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How long are the cords?
Asked by: Anonymous
I believe they are only about 6 feet. Id recommend getting some extra xlr cables if you plan to run these at a longer distance.
Answered by: Seth B.
Date published: 2019-05-21

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hello i just buy a zoom 4h and a set of two lavaliers... but i need the adapter to plu in the lavalier to the zoom, questiion is this the accesori i need?
Asked by: Anonymous
i dont think so, but i use a regular xlr cable to connect
Answered by: Wesley B.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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What is the best XLR connector cable to use with this mic set?
Asked by: Angie S.
I don't know how long you want the cables to be so I can't be that specific. But as far as quality I would recommend Mogami, Canare and RapcoHorizon.
Answered by: John P.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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