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Sony ECM-MS2 Stereo Electret Condenser Microphone

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Sony ECM-MS2 Stereo Electret Condenser Microphone
Key Features
  • Short and Compact
  • Stereo and Mono Operation
  • 80 Hz to 20 kHz Frequency Response
  • 48V Phantom Power
The Sony ECM-MS2 Stereo Electret Condenser Microphone is designed for mounting on professional camcorders equipped with 2 XLR inputs and phantom powering. The microphone also delivers good sound performance in field and studio-production applications. The MS microphone signal of the ECM-MS2 microphone is internally decoded, and provides L and R (stereo) outputs. The MS2 stereo microphone also supports mono operation by simply unplugging the right channel (disabling phantom power from the right channel XLR connector).
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what is the main difference between ECM-MS2 and ...

what is the main difference between ECM-MS2 and ECM-VG1?
Asked by: max
The ECM-MS2 has Stereo (M-S) and Mono capabilities, and the ECM-VG is Mono only. The ECM-MS2 is much shorter in length ( 5.5"), making it more suitable for placing on a smaller camera and the ECM-VG is over 8" in length. Both of these microphones require phantom power (40-52 V DC).
Answered by: james
Date published: 2021-01-20

Does it work with Zoom H5's XLR inputs?

Does it work with Zoom H5's XLR inputs?
Asked by: Nathan
Yes, the dual XLR outputs of the Sony ECM-MS2 Stereo Electret Condenser Microphone can be connected to and used with the XLR inputs on the Zoom H5 4-Input / 4-Track Portable Handy Recorder.
Answered by: Matt Z
Date published: 2022-07-15

Will this mic fit the Sony FX3 mic holder?

Will this mic fit the Sony FX3 mic holder?
Asked by: Claudia
Yes Sony ECM MS2 will fit.
Answered by: Kevin
Date published: 2021-09-09

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I recently bought this mic for a Sony NX100, and although it fits in the mic holder, it's a little loose. Is there a mic sleeve that I can buy to make it more snug? Thanks for any help!
Asked by: Kennon S.
You may consider using the Sanken ROCS Rubber O-Rings (B&H# SAROCS) for a tighter fit.
Answered by: James B.
Date published: 2018-08-28

is this Sony ECM-MS2 mic compatible with sony ...

is this Sony ECM-MS2 mic compatible with sony hxr-nx100?
Asked by: Luis
Yes this mic is compatible with the Sony HXR-NX-100
Answered by: James Cruz
Date published: 2021-06-22

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Is this mic compatible with the Sony HXR-NX3/1?
Asked by: Roger G.
Yes it is. The camera will provide the phantom power that the mic requires. You might want to get these o-rings (SAROCS) to keep it in place if you mount it on the camera's mount.
Answered by: James B.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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I recently purchased the SONY PXW-X70 PROFESSIONAL XDCAM CAMCORDER. It comes with an XLR handle with microphone holder, but no mic. Is this the right one to pair with it? Are there other (better) options? I want to outfit the camera right. Thanks. I am referring to the Sony ECM-MS2 Stereo Electret Condenser Microphone BTW.
Asked by: Jonathan
The correct mic for your PXW-X70 would depend on your application. The ECM-MS2 is a stereo mic. It is compatible with your camera, and great for recording audio such as general ambience, music and situations where left/right positional information is required. For interview and speech recording in front of the camera many prefer a mono shotgun mic such as the Rode NTG-1 due to its tighter pickup pattern and minimal off axis pickup. <a href= http://bhpho.to/1hg4l94 target= _blank >http://bhpho.to/1hg4l94</a>
Answered by: Jeff P.
Date published: 2018-08-28

Is this microphone works with Sony pxw-fs5m2

Is this microphone works with Sony pxw-fs5m2
Asked by: Sam
Yes. This microphone will let you record stereo audio into the camera.
Answered by: James Cruz
Date published: 2020-11-02
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