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Roland CS-10EM In-Ear Monitors
- Compact, high-quality stereo condenser microphones built into earphones
- Powered by the recorder (operating voltage is 2V to 10V; also works with other products)
- All-in-one design lets you monitor while recording
- Sophisticated enclosure design reduces feedback
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The CS-10EM provides combined in-ear monitoring and binaural recording, enhancing the convenience and enjoyment of field recording a great companion for the Roland R-05 and R-09HR field recorders. Simply wear the microphone-equipped earphones and capture what you hear, then listen back instantly. You can enjoy realistic sound as if you were there. You can also monitor while recording thanks to the CS-10EM s all-in-one design.Features: Compact, high-quality stereo condenser microphones built into earphones Powered by the recorder (operating voltage is 2V to 10V; also works with other products) All-in-one design lets you monitor while recording Sophisticated enclosure design reduces feedback
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A couple notes to those curious about these mics:
1. They will work with recorders like the olympus ls10, ls14, ls100, zoom h1, h2, h2N, h4,h4N, roland r05, r09 and r09HR.
2. With most binaural mics, when speaking into the mics while wearing them, you get what I like to call a "headspace" sound, which makes your voice sound slightly muffled and hard to understand at times. This is not present on these microphones, at least as far as I can tell.
3: For any blind customers looking to purchace these mics: When you get them, it may be a bit tricky to tell which side is the left and which is the right. There's a neet little way of figuring this out. Since the earbuds are off center from the mics, you can find which one goes in the right or left ear. Also note that to wear them the right way around, the mics must angle outwards slightly when looking at them from the back, so to speak..
4: in the package you have two different sizes of extra tips for the earbuds. I recommend using the larger size, so as to provide a better fit inside the ear.
5: If you're going to record outside with these mics, use the windscreens so as to try and protect against wind noise.
Press the "MENU" button, scroll all the way down to "OTHERS", then "SYSTEM", then "PLUGIN POWER", then select "ON".
The quality/etc. is pretty much exactly what everyone else has already said. Really nice sound for the money. I find it's a little boomy on the low end but the DR60 has a low-cut filter which helps take care of that problem. The cords are a very nice, long length and more stout than the normal earbud cords. Only thing I wish they'd provided is a clothing clip to eliminate cord noise while recording.
I've attached an out-of-the-box photo showing what you get: Headphones, a pair of windscreens, a set of earbud tips, a nice felt pouch.
All in all a good purchase. I'd buy again.
Other note: with the Zoom H5, plug this into the Line In, not to the I-2 mic inputs. They will not work that way, even if the Plug-In power is set to on. I got that info direct from Zoom tech support, which is excellent by the way. Roland didn't have an answer on this question.
It's a lot of fun to use. Get one.
My H4N has excellent sound quality but I really wanted to add in these mics to create even more of a binaural feel when recording.
Unfortunately, every single time I plugged them in, you could hear the sound change from crisp and static free to an unnerving amount of static.
I tried everything to fix it from changing all of my H4N settings to ordering another sound program to eliminate background noise to actually padding my windows because I assumed at first it was environmental. Nothing worked.
I would've sent them back for a refund but my 30 day time had already passed before I figured out the problem was the mics and not the background noise.
I have heard from others though that they love these mics so maybe I just got a bad batch.