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Pyle-Pro PMEM1 Headworn Omni-Directional Microphone (3.5mm / 1/4'')
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- Wired Boom - Output Impedance: 1kΩ +/- 30% - Dimension: 5mm
- Element: Back Electret Condenser - Max Input SPL: 130dB - Connector: Standard 3.5mm Plug + 1/4'' Adaptor
- Polar Pattern: Omni-directional - Power Supply: DC 1.5V-10V - Color: Skin
|Consumer Alert: Most users do not need a license to operate this wireless microphone system. Nevertheless, operating this microphone system without a license is subject to certain restrictions: the system may not cause harmful interference; it must operate at a low power level (not in excess of 50 milliwatts); and it has no protection from interference received from any other device. Purchasers should also be aware that the FCC is currently evaluating use of wireless microphone systems, and these rules are subject to change. For more information, call the FCC at 1-888- CALL-FCC (TTY: 1-888-TELL-FCC) or visit the FCC’s wireless microphone website at http://www.fcc.gov/cgb/wirelessmicrophones.|
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Industry-standard sound quality along with surprising durability make this mini headset microphone ideal for just about any vocal sound and speech applications. Enjoy freedom of movement, discreet operation and exceptional performance fit for any occasion. The PMEM1 mini ear-hanging headset microphone answers the demand for affordable, innovative and reliable headset microphones.
Lightweight, Comfortable & Durable
Ergonomic, flexible and thin. This headset is ideal for applications requiring maximum performance and mobility. Wide bandwidth omni-directional electret condenser mic ensures clean transparent audio and enhanced vocal pickup with improved gain. The beige flesh-toned color blends in with various skin types. Uses a standard 3.5mm plug connector.Durable thin-metal frame can be easily adjusted to fit any user. The headset is also designed to fit comfortably for users wearing glasses, hats, or headphones.
This mini headset microphone system has the ability to work with body pack transmitters or with any direct connection into 3.5mm and 1/4-inch inputs that accept 1.5 – 10 Volts DC. Users should note this headset microphone is only compatible with 1.5 - 10 Volt DC inputs.
Includes 2 microphone windscreens and 1/8" stereo jack to 1/4" adapter.
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I never thought this was possible - a head-worn microphone that plugs into a 1/8 and 1/4 jack. I was really skeptical about these - but they work! Amazingly cheap, so I bought 4 if any break. They all still work after a month. *** UPDATE: I found a way to use these with my iPhone: Buy "StarTech.com Headset adapter for headsets..." I've tried a few of these mic / headphone splitters and this is the FIRST one that worked!! StarTech.com Headset adapter for headsets with separate headphone / microphone plugs - 3.5mm 4 position to 2x 3 position 3.5mm M/F
The only concern I have is that it seems a bit flimsy, but I guess that is to be expected from such a small, light mic.
UPDATE 11/7/2016 - I meant to update this review about a month or so ago, because that's when I started having problems with this mic. I had been using it about twice a week for 4-5 hours each time. About 2 months in, people started hearing static, and about 4 months or so, the wire must be broken because the sound cuts out. Drop to 2 stars.
I would definitely recommend this microphone to anyone, with the forewarning that you should probably avoid using the black plugin converter thing (I'm sorry, my wording), and you should research how to convert the audio file into two channels, correctly (which should be easy). I use this microphone all the time over my $100 microphone--it's pure gold (to me)!! :D
After using this for about a year, here are some ups and downs.
The black 1/4 to 1/2 aux converter broke really easily. I put it inside of a guitar amplifier, and it broke inside of the plug thing (I don't know what it's called). I don't know how to open my guitar amplifier up and get all the stuff, because unlike the fact that most things are screwed together, this part of my amplifier seems to have been glued together, and I don't want to ruin something. So now, I can't really use my amplifier--I suppose I should get it fixed and call someone.
I stand by the exact same audio quality claims--it sounds so good for the price, and if you can work around the other stuff, it's pretty much the perfect microphone. There's almost no background noise.
It gets tiring, the fact that I can only record on one ear, but maybe that's because I have no prior experience except being a self-taught musician. This isn't an issue because I can fix this in the FL Studio 12 Demo, but for others, one must learn how to convert the file to two channels instead of only one of the two.
Probably because I bent the thing to fit my ear, too much, it doesn't stick to my ear as well as it used to. I usually use soft medical tape or my headphones to keep the microphone staying up, which is fine.
Anyway, I still use this, all the time, so I feel bad to say these downsides. I really hope people can look past these "things" and see that this is a really nice microphone, especially since it's freakin' cheap. So, still, go buy it!
Here's my old review:
It's been many, many months, and this microphone has not failed me. I suggest anyone to be careful with the other black plugin, but this microphone is
As a pianist that loves to sing too, I hate that I have to lean forward and break my back to reach the microphone stand. So I knew I needed to "wear" a microphone for my tastes. I have to say, I am NOT disappointed. The clarity of this thing is amazing; this is the first microphone where I actually believed this -sounds- like me! All other microphones make this weird, distorted version of me. Not this baby, oh no. Not only that. The feedback is NONEXISTANT. When I'm using this with a loud speaker, the microphone doesn't pick up the speaker and cause that really loud, annoying sound. It's PERFECT. I'm in love. There are tears in eyes. 10/10. Thank you!
There are only a couple complaints (which I've worked around, so they don't hassle me anymore). Firstly, when I try to connect this microphone to my external mixer, no sound comes out. Secondly, when I put this microphone into my laptop and connect it to FL Studio, my recording program registers the sound as "left," not as "right." Only my left ear hears the sound. I have to adjust the input settings so that I'm only recording the "left" sound, so that the sound is "mono."
It's perfect now and I have no issues using it to sing while playing piano. Thanks, guys. Thumbs up.
I must say that the technical spec's on this unit are about the same as, if not identical to, that of the "Countryman" or "Audio Technica" units costing upwards of $300 (which I have used many times), and to be honest I've not yet noticed any significant difference, other than the fact that it cost about 5% or less, of the price of the "allegedly" better brands. It has worked just fine for both speaking and singing, and with none of the undesirable noises and hypersensitivities that I've experienced from other products.
I may discover in the future that it's not as durable as the more expensive products, but even a "cheap" tool can last if you take care of it, and for less than $20 each, I could replace it 15 times over and still be ahead of the game!
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I was so happy to get it this morning, but it is not working. when I contact Amazon for reimbursement, I learn that the item isn't returnable.Read more