Senal OLM-2 Lavalier Microphone with 3.5mm Connector for Sennheiser ew & Senal AWS-2000 Series

Senal OLM-2 Lavalier Microphone with 3.5mm Connector for Sennheiser ew & Senal AWS-2000 Series

Senal OLM-2 Lavalier Microphone with 3.5mm Connector for Sennheiser ew & Senal AWS-2000 Series

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Product Highlights

  • Professional Omnidirectional Capsule
  • Includes Metal Windscreen
  • Includes Tie Clip

Microphone: OLM-2 (6.5mm)

OLM-2 (6.5mm) CL6 (4mm)

Compatible With: Sennheiser & Senal

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Includes Power Supply: No

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Senal OLM2 Overview

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This Senal OLM-2 Lavalier Microphone is a high-performance professional lavalier microphone with a locking 1/8" connector for Sennheiser ew and Senal AWS-2000 wireless transmitters. Its miniature, lightweight design allows for discrete placement without compromising sound quality. This versatile workhorse microphone is ideal for broadcast, video, and stage applications.

Utilizing a broadcast-quality electret condenser element, it features a smooth frequency response and a wide dynamic range. Its omnidirectional polar pattern enables 360° sound pickup, capturing a natural blend of voice and ambiance with low sensitivity to wind and handling noise, as well as to vocal plosives. In addition to being designed to connect to a Sennheiser or Senal bodypack transmitter, the OLM-2 can be combined with the Senal PS-48B Power Supply (sold separately) to operate on phantom or battery power, enabling it to plug into any XLR microphone input.

Gold-plated locking 1/8" connector for Sennheiser ew and Senal AWS-2000 wireless transmitters
Metal windscreen reduces wind noise and vocal plosives
Tie clip for securing mic to clothing
16.3 x 6.5mm (length x diameter) head size
UPC: 847628562639
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Senal OLM-2 Lavalier Microphone with 3.5mm Connector for Sennheiser ew & Senal AWS-2000 Series
  • Tie Clip
  • Metal Windscreen
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Senal OLM2 Specs

    Transducer Electret condenser
    Polar Pattern Omnidirectional
    Frequency Response 50 Hz to 20 kHz
    Sensitivity -63 dB ±3 dB (0 dB = 1 v/microbar @ 1 kHz)
    Impedance 15,000 Ω ±30% @ 1 kHz
    Operating Voltage 1 - 10 VDC
    Connector Gold-plated 1/8" (3.5 mm) locking connector jack
    Cable Length 5.3' (1.6 m)
    Head Diameter 0.3" (6.5 mm)
    Head Length 0.6" (16.3 mm)
    Total Weight 1 oz (28.3 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.3 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 3.4 x 3.3 x 1.6"

    Senal OLM2 Reviews

    OLM-2 Lavalier Microphone with 3.5mm Connector for Sennheiser ew & Senal AWS-2000 Series is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 81.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from good sound good price Affordable replacement lavaliere, works great, versatile great for all forms of shooting (interviews, ENG, seminars, films, voice overs). I use this mic primarily for all sound, I am 100% happy with it for the price. Not bad for voice overs either, but can sound slightly hollow or nasal, not your deep resonating radio sound, but still more than adequate. The most common place for damage is where the mic connects to the transmitter, so you just need to make sure that the connector stays upright and is not strained. It is easy to lose the metal wind screen and tie clips, so I recommend stocking up on those.
    Date published: 2009-08-05
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome microphone Mac Daddy's Mobile Music out of Boise, ID. We use lav microphones for live sound - especially weddings. First the sound quality was excellent. I had to turn down the gain on Sennheiser base station - it was set to +16 db by default and all I got was feedback at first. Once done I could use the microphone to pick up the officiant, the bride and the groom with perfect clarity. The cable is extra long, the clip is sturdy, and the microphone isn't terribly large. And best - it costs a ton less than the Sennheiser lav microphones. It's tough to keep this microphone from have to set your speakers perfectly. Some folks might not like the pattern or pickup on this microphone.
    Date published: 2013-09-01
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works with RODELink. But you may be confused... This works with the RODELink. If you buy this, be aware that you may receive a lav with an end piece that looks identical to the Sony version. This happened to me when receiving the lav and it startled me. B&H and Senal ensured me I did receive the Sennheiser version. Since I bought this for the RODELink, I can't verify any further with a Sennheiser ew transmitter to know for sure if it is a Sony version or a Sennheiser version. All I can do is go by their word. The part I was concerned about is that the Sony version is 40 dollars cheaper. I attached a photo to show what I mean. Now, on to the microphone. I love this mic compared to the mic that came with the RODELink. The cable is of better quality and the 3.5mm jack attaches firmly. The mic isn't too terribly sensitive to certain frequencies like the original Rode mic. If anyone is looking for a mic to replace the original RODELink mic, I strongly advise purchasing the OLM-2.
    Date published: 2016-12-06
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from No better mic for the price I use the OLM2 on interviews where it can be visible on screen with the clip and also on shoots where it needs to be hidden from view under the talent's clothing. The OLM2's natural eq is great and the slight boost in the top end keeps the talents words crisp and clear even when concealed under a shirt with tape. It is very durable. I was concerned I would immediately be buying a new one when the talent let the mic's wireless pack dangle from the mic cable, but its proven to be very sturdy so far. I occasionally found some weird hums coming from the mic (with the included metal windscreen on) when concealed under clothing with tape. Once I removed the metal windscreen, the hum was eliminated.
    Date published: 2010-05-18
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Lot Cheaper than the Sennheiser We use the Sennheiser wireless system for our News & Weather, and all of our commercial gear (12 sets so far). Though its a great system, the microphones seem to fail very quickly, at least for us. These replaced the original mics and have served us flawlessly.
    Date published: 2009-09-08
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Value for the Money OLM2 Replacement Omnidirectional Lavalier Microphone for Sennheiser EW Wireless by Pearstone. This replacement mic works as well as the original Sennheiser and I believe is actually made heavier and better than the Sennheiser.
    Date published: 2008-11-21
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Works for the immediate need, but... I have the Sennheiser G2 wireless lavs and have had to replace this mic 3 times. The cable is not very durable at all and therefore somewhat over priced.
    Date published: 2010-06-01
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Performance. Low Durability. I use the product for documentary filming. I do a lot of outside, off the city, 'moving around' scenes; so it has had a very active life. I use the mic connected to a transmitter and it has worked great for two years. Actually, the mic still does work great... if it weren't for the cable. The cable endings or unions are very fragile. They break; therefore, making the transmission impossible. It would be great if you could only replace the cable, but you can't. At least, not that I know of. Other than that. Great mic. Thinking of re-buying it.
    Date published: 2015-08-01
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