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Sony ECMMS907 Digital Recording Microphone
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- Electret condenser stereo microphone for advanced amateur use
- Mid/side (MS) capsules create natural stereo panorama
- Adjust pickup angle (90-120 degrees) for single voice/instrument or multi-voice/instrument
- Oxygen-free copper cord
- Ideal for portable digital recorders
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The Sony ECM-MS907 was created for music enthusiasts who wish to record high quality, live stereo recordings, but aren't audio profesionals schooled in stereo microphone placement. The Sony EXM-MS907 makes it simple to capure instumental performances with its one-point stereo design, mid/side (MS) capsules. It features selectable pickup angles, an oxygen-free copper (OFC) microphone cable, and a gold-plated L-shaped Stereo Miniplug. Inconspicuous,compact, and designed for really simple portablility, the triangular shape design of the Sony EXM-MS907 fits comfortably in your hand. Ideal for Sony's MD Walkman and DAT Walkman portable stereos, the Sony ECM-MS907 is perfect for mobile stereo recording.
The ECM-MS907 one-point stereo microphone was created for the advanced amateur to make instrumental recordings. Ideal for usage with MiniDisc Walkman and DAT portables, or any number of recorders on the market, the ECM-MS907 features a one-point stereo design, mid/side (MS) capsules with a switchable pickup angle, an Oxygen-free Copper (OFC) mic cable and a gold-plated stereo miniplug.
Created for the advanced amateur to make instrumental recordings.
One-Point Stereo Design
Enjoy full stereo recording with one small electret condenser mic. Perfect for live shows, single instruments, field recording, and anything else you want to point a mic at.
Mid/Side (MS) Switch
This allows you to select the pickup angle between left and right channel--choose 90 degrees for a single voice or instrument, or 120 degrees to pick up many voices and instruments, arranged across the stage
OFC Cable and Gold-Plated Plug
Both the Oxygen-Free Copper (OFC) cable and the gold-plated plug provide maximum performance and minimum noise.
Ideal for Portable Digital Recorders
With a wide dynamic range to complement digital recording systems, the ECM-MS907 is ideal for modern flash, DAT, MD, and other recording devices. It's L-shaped stereo mini-plug is standard on most.
The ECM-MS907 features an inconspicuous, compact design for easy portability, with a triangular shape that fits comfortably in the hand.
Mid/Side (MS) capsules
The ECM-MS907 features mid/side capsules for natural stereo panorama. The Mid capsule picks up monophonic sound while the Side capsule picks up left/right difference sound--subtracting and adding the two capsule signals yields separate left and right channels (this permits electronic adjustment of pickup angle).
What's in the Box
ECM-MS907 Microphone, Stand/Holder, Windscreen, Carrying Case
Top customer reviews
It picks up sound from a small or mid sized room nicely for acoustic performances. The stereo separation is nice, not too much and not too little. The fidelity is amazing for the price. As another reviewer pointed out, this microphone was used to record Lori McKenna's album The Kitchen Tapes which is very impressive in my book.
If you're looking for a microphone for podcasting where you need to cheaply and easily pick up multiple voices around a table this would probably work well also.
If you're doing podcasting or vocal work where everyone would have a separate microphone then you'll probably want to look elsewhere.
The biggest downside to this thing is it doesn't pick up sound very well. I have to hold it up to my mouth to be sure people can hear me. I've had better $10 microphones from radio shack that picked up light background sounds coming from my TV.
A much lesser secondary problem is it requires an AA battery.
It's traveled around a lot and holds up very well. The sound quality on the recordings is far better than the stereo mic that came with the iRiver or any others we had tried.
We've since used it on my sons video camera; again, stellar results from a very affordable mic.