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Audio-Technica ATR3350 Omnidirectional Condenser Lavalier Microphone (Discontinued)
- Element-Condenser,Polar pattern-Omnidirectional,Cable6 m (20') terminated with 3.5 mm (1/8") dual mono mini-plug
- Frequency response-50 – 18,000 hz
- Open circuit sensitivity-54 dB
- Impedance-1,000 ohms,Battery type-Lr44
- Condenser Element with Omnidirectional Polar pattern
- Freq resp: 50 Hz-18,000 Hz, Imp: 1000 ohm +/-30%
- Omni pickup pattern offers full coverage
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Audio-Technica’s newscaster-style omnidirectional ATR3350 lavalier is engineered for intelligible, accurate voice reproduction. This high-quality condenser is ideal for video use, and is a favorite choice for aerobics/dance/sports instructors. Its low-profile design assures minimum visibility.
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I test the microphone on a Canon HF200 camcorder at the beach with both Ocean and Creek noise in the background. The difference is quite remarkable. Don't turn your speakers up too loud, as the volume changes quite a bit when I go from on board to lavalier microphone. Note that I had to actually LOWER the volume during edit because the Audio Technica mic would have clipped, otherwise.
During video editing I made the following adjustments:
Sound track +4db (to compensate for excessively quiet on board microphone)
Just the ATR3350 segment -3.4db (to compensate for the Audio Technica microphone being so loud)
Final analysis: If I was using JUST the lavalier microphone, no adjustments neccessary and it would have been right on the money. At $24 (today's price on Amazon) it's a no-brainer. If you have issues with volume narrating your videos and your camcorder has a microphone in port, go for it.
Note: This microphone is mono, so you'll need to correct it in edit (for me it was making left channel into both left and right. Very easy to do.)
Audio Technica ATR-3350 Lavalier Omnidirectional Condenser Microphone
Next, the cons: My mic served me well when for no reason (after 1.5 years), it stopped recording my voice and instead recorded loud static whenever I spoke. Tinkering with the device didn’t solve the problem. I was happy with prior results, so I just bought another one. The other ‘con’ really isn’t a con at all just a matter of preference: the cable is very long (about 20 feet) so if you are speaking publicly and have an attached recording device on your person, there will be a bundle of wires somewhere.
Last, a few pointers: (1) There is no way to know if the mic is off or on other than checking the switch on the battery module. Before you put your mic away be sure that the power is off less you drain your battery. (2) The mic can use two different types of batteries: 357/303 (Silver oxide) or the LR44 (alkaline). Basically, go with the 357/303 because they last longer and provide more continuous voltage (so your audio sounds don’t drop off). Yes, they are more pricey but as far as I can hear, they do yield a slight uptick in audio quality. (3) The windscreen falls off easily. Consider having a few extra handy.
I used this today to record interviews on the street. It was hooked to a Nexus 6P phone, and recording was done with the pro/paid version of Voice Recorder v. 3.2.2 by skyroapp. I was using mostly-default settings in the software except for manual gain of +13 dB because otherwise the volume during playback was too low. I had the mic clipped to my shirt per the instructions, about 6" below my chin.
I purposely left the mic on before the interviews started. This included some chatting in the shop, walking to the vehicle with the cameraman, driving to location. The mic was intended as a test since we had a Rode mic attached to our camera cage.
The sound quality was very good. My voice was super crisp and clear. There was virtually no car noise, no wind noise, and you could barely hear other people talking. During the ride in the car, and when interviewing people, they were largely muted, which is perfect! You could use this mic in a loud environment and get very good audio to sync to a video or make an audio recording. You'd need one mic per person, as usual.
I wanted to get the Rode lapel mic because of the brand name and generally-good quality of their products. This Audio-Technica ATR3350 is great and a quarter of the price or so. I can't compare it to the Rode but I can compare it to inexpensive wireless lapel setups we have used in the past. The Audio-Technica sound is more rich, and less tinny-sounding, than the cheaper mics.
I don't think you can go wrong with this mic, regardless of price.