The black MM-BSM-7 (Panasonic 61 Series) Binaural Stereo Microphones from Microphone Madness are Omni- directional and smaller than an eraser head of a pencil. Each Panasonic 61 series microphone element is mounted into its own durable brass capsule. Six feet of high-quality shielded microphone cable exits the rear of each capsule and terminates into a gold-plated 1/8" (3.5mm) stereo plug. The microphones come with 360° rotation and detachable holding clips and premium wind screens.
The microphones have a natural crisp sound, providing deep bass, smooth mid-range, and clean high-range with a typical frequency response of +/-2dB. The microphone can be easily plugged into any Minidisc, DAT or analog recorder that supplies a bias voltage of between 1.5 to 10VDC at the microphone input jack.
Well suited but not limited to Edirol R9, Kodak Zi8 HD pocket video camera, Olympus DS-40, Olympus LS-10, Tascam DR-01, Tascam DR-03, Tascam DR-07, Yamaha CX, Zoom H1, Zoom H2 and Zoom H4N recorders
Flat frequency response
Comes with holding clips and premium windscreens
Requires a plug-in power of 1.5 to 10VDC or a battery module
Battery module is sold separately.
Microphone Madness MM-BSM-7 Specs
20 to 20,000 Hz
Signal to Noise Ratio
62 dB, 1 kHz at 1 pa
Open Circuit Sensitivity
-35 dB (5.6 mV) re 1 V at 1 pa
95 dB, 1 kHz
Maximum Input Sound Level
105 dB SPL (120 dB when used with a battery module), 1 kHz at 1%