|High-quality condenser in a miniature lavalier microphone . Ideal for aerobics/dance/sports instructors .Great for video use, this "newscaster-style" microphone is practically invisible Integrated 20 cable terminated with a 3.5 mm mini-plug for use with most cameras and home recording systems.|
|UPC||042005303519, 411378012128, 840356725642|
|Effective Output Level||-54 dBm|
|Frequency Response||50 - 18000 Hz|
|Plug Type||3.5 mm, 6.35 mm|
|Built In On/Off Switch||With On/Off Switch|
|Cable Length||1.66 ft.|
Average review score based on 6 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
Great quality for the price. I definitely recommend this lav as an alternative to a wireless system. You have no worries of radio interference because the lav is plug straight into your mixer or camera. This is very surprisingly cheap solution to get great audio.
The only bad I have to say is that there is a limitation of use because this is a wired system and you will have to be aware where you throw the cable around.
The Audio-Technica ATR 35S is a good choice for beginner video advocates who want to record on-camera talent and wish to get clean audio on the VO Track. The microphone has 20ft. of cable which gives the camera person enough slack, and the mini-jack on the end of the cable can plug directly into the inputs on consumer grade cameras. There is also a button battery which leaves out the drama of whether your camera would provide phantom power to a consumer grade microphone.
If the camera user steps up to a professional size camera you may want to pick up a heavier lavalier microphone, like the Audio Technica Pro 70, which does have XLR Output and a heavier cable. But this is also a big step up in price, and for the average amateur the ATR-35S is a good choice.
I own one Audio Technica ATR-35S unidirectional mic and this little piece of equipment packs a punch. I ran some tests with this lav mic and my Zoom external audio recorder and got studio quality/perfect audio. For the price, its pretty much a steal. You think by paying around $20 for a mic, it will break or sound crappy. That is definitely not the case with this product, even so that I am ordering a 2nd one. I dont go to any professional shoot(that requires audio) without this in my production pack, and suggest you do that same!
I use the Audio Technica line of lavaliers in my legal video business. They have a nice sound. Also at the inexpensive price point, if they get broken by someone who is not familiar with microphone use, I can simply replace it without breaking the bank. I would recommend this product to anyone who is needing a great mic at a great price. I feel it compares to other mics that are much more expensive.
Its a good microphone. The quality of the sound is not hi-def but it is good enough to get the job done till you are able to shell out $250 for a high end lapel. I am happy with it so far. Not sure if its my computer or the mic but there is a little noise in the line.