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SON-ECM-673
Sony ECM-673 short shotgun microphone
The ECM-673 is a short shotgun (20 cm), electret condenser-type microphone, which delivers excellent sound performance in field and studio production applications at an affordable price. This microphone is also tailored for use with HDV type camcorders.  The highly sensitive capsule results in great detail and pristine audio quality
 
Specifications

Capsule Type  Mono Electret Condenser
Frequency Response  40 Hz to 20 kHz
Directivity Uni-directional (super-cardioid)
Sensitivity *[1]  -36 dB ±3 dB
Output Impedance *[2]  220O±20%, Balanced
Dynamic Range  107 dB or more
Signal-to-Noise Ratio *[3]  77 dB or more
Inherent Noise *[4]  17 dB SPL or less
Induction Noise From External Magnetic Field *[5]  0 dB SPL or less
Wind Noise *[6] 50 dB SPL (without windscreen), 45 dB SPL or less (with windscreen)
Maximum Input Sound Pressure Level *[7]  124 dB SPL
 

Low Frequency Roll-Off Built-In Switch

Dimensions 7.87 x 0.78" (200 x 20mm) (Length x Diameter)

Weight Approx. 4.76 oz (135g)

SON-ECM-674
Sony ECM-674 short shotgun microphone
The Sony ECM-674 is an affordable shotgun-type (27 cm) electret condenser microphone, which delivers excellent sound performance in field and studio productions. Offering high-sensitivity, low-noise characteristics and flat-and-wide frequency response in a compact and lightweight design. The ECM-674 is well-suited for use with Sony camcorders such as the HDV™ Series, DVCAM™ Series, and XDCAM™ Series. In addition, its two-way powering feature allows for phantom powering or battery operation. With its high performance, affordable price, and great versatility, the ECM-674 microphone is an ideal choice for a range of sound-acquisition applications.
 
 
Super Cardiod Electret Condenser Shotgun Microphone,
Battery or Phantom Powered.
 
Specifications
 
Capsule Type Mono Electret Condenser
Frequency Response 40 Hz to 20 kHz
Directivity Uni-directional (super-cardioid)
Sensitivity *[1] -36 dB ±3 dB
Output Impedance *[2] 220O±20%, Balanced
Dynamic Range Phantom: 107 dB or more // Battery: 98 dB or more
                         
Signal-to-Noise Ratio *[3] 77 dB or more
Inherent Noise *[4] 17 dB SPL or less
Induction Noise From External Magnetic Field *[5] 0 dB SPL or less
Wind Noise *[6] 50 dB SPL (without windscreen), 45 dB SPL or less (with windscreen)
Maximum Input Sound Pressure Level *[7] Phantom: 124 dB SPL // Battery: 115 dB SPL
 
Dimensions 10.55 x 0.78" (268 x 20mm) (Length x Diameter)
SON-ECM-678
Sony ECM-678 shotgun microphone
The Sony ECM-678 is a shotgun (25 cm), electret condenser-type microphone, which delivers outstanding sound performance in all field production and broadcast studio applications. It is also well-suited for use on Sony professional camcorders such as the HDV Series, DVCAM Series, and XDCAM Series. The ECM-678 offers excellent sensitivity, low inherent noise, and extreme durability. Its highly directional response allows clear voice pick-up even in the most demanding of environments, while the built-in low-cut filter switch helps to reduce unwanted pop and wind noise encountered in the field. With its high performance and durability, the ECM-678 microphone is the perfect choice for quality-critical sound-acquisition applications.
 
Super Cardiod Electret Condenser Shotgun Microphone, Phantom Powered
 
Specifications
 
Capsule Type Mono Electret Condenser
Frequency Response 40 Hz to 20 kHz
Directivity Uni-directional (super-cardioid)
Sensitivity *[1] -28 dB +/-3dB
Output Impedance *[2] 200O±20%, Balanced
Dynamic Range 111 dB or more
Signal-to-Noise Ratio *[3] 78 dB or more
Inherent Noise *[4] 16 dB SPL or less
Induction Noise From External Magnetic Field *[5] 0 dB SPL or less
Wind Noise *[6] 60 dB SPL or less (without screen)
Maximum Input Sound Pressure Level *[7] 127 dB SPL
 
 
SON-ECM-680S
Sony ECM-680S stereo shotgun microphone
The ECM-680S is an MS stereo shotgun , electret condenser microphone (25 cm), ideal for a broad range of field production and broadcast studio applications. Incorporating newly developed microphone capsules, the ECM-680S offers excellent sensitivity, low inherent noise, and a flat-and-wide frequency response. The most distinguished feature of the ECM-680S is its switchable operation between a highly directional monaural mode and stereo mode.
 
Monaural mode provides highly directional sound pickup, while stereo mode delivers natural and spatial sound. The MS microphone signal of the ECM-680S is internally decoded and it provides L and R (stereo) outputs. The ECM-680S is supplied with a XLR-5-pin to XLR-5 pin cable for use with 5-pin XLR input equipped camcorders. The optional EC05X5F3M (formally known as K-1504) cable should be used when connecting the ECM-680S stereo shotgun with camcorders having two 3-pin XLR inputs.
 
Uni-directional Mono/Stereo (Switchable) Electret Condenser Shotgun Microphone, Phantom Powered
 
Specifications
 
Capsule Type Stereo MS Electret Condenser
Frequency Response Stereo: 50 Hz to 20 kHz
Frequency Response Monaural: 40 Hz to 20 kHz
Directivity Stereo: Uni-directional
Directivity Monaural: Super-cardioid
Sensitivity *[1] Stereo: -28 dB ±3 dB
Monaural: -32 dB ±3 dB
Output Impedance *[2] 100O±20%, Balanced
Dynamic Range Stereo: 104 dB or more
                          Monaural: 106 dB or more
Signal-to-Noise Ratio *[3] Stereo: 74 dB or more
                                           Monaural: 76 dB or more
Inherent Noise *[4] Stereo: 21 dB SPL or less
                                 Monaural: 20 dB SPL or less
Induction Noise From External Magnetic Field *[5] 0 dB SPL or less
Wind Noise *[6] 60 dB SPL or less (with windscreen), 55 dB SPL (without windscreen)
Maximum Input Sound Pressure Level *[7] 124 dB SPL
 
The short cable supplied with the ECM-680S Stereo Shotgun Mic can be used for connection on camcorders with a 5-pin XLR input
 
The optional EC05X5F3M (formally known as K-1504) short cable can be used to connect the ECM-680S stereo shotgun on camcorders with two 3-pin XLR inputs
 
 
 
SON-ECM-CG50BP
Sony ECM-CG50BP shotgun microphone
Super-cardioid Directional Shotgun Microphone (26 cm). The short shotgun, super-cardioid design enhances directional response and is ideal for clean recording of medium range sound sources. Ambient off-axis background noise is effectively rejected and only a narrow angle pick-up range directly in front is accepted.
 
 
Mode Monaural

Capsule type Electret condenser

Directivity Super-cardioid

Power supply Approx. 900 hours with one alkaline AA battery or plug-in power

from audio jack of compatible camcorder

Frequency response 40 Hz ~ 20 kHz

Sensitivity (at 1 kHz) -48 dB/Pa±4 dB

*Specially tuned to be used with the camcorders AGC function

Dynamic range 80 dB or more

Signal-to-noise ratio 76 dB or more

Inherent noise 18 dBspl (Average)

Maximum input sound

pressure level

100 dBspl or more

Power requirements Approx. 0.5 mW

Dimensions Approx. 27/32 in × 10 3/8 in. (21 mm x 261 mm)

(excluding cord)

Weight Approx. 3 oz. (85 g) (excluding battery)

Output jack 3.5 gold coating L type stereo mini plug cable length

Approx. 13 7/8 in. (35 cm)

Operating temperature 32 °F to 104 °F (0 °C to 40 °C)

Storage temperature -4 °F to +140 °F (-20 °C to +60 °C)

Supplied Accessories Shotgun microphone (1), Wind screen (1), Microphone holder (1),

Microphone spacer(1), Set of printed documentation

SON-ECM-MS2
Sony ECM-MS2 stereo/mono shotgun microphone
The ECM-MS2 is an MS stereo electret condenser microphone designed for mounting on professional camcorders equipped with two XLR inputs and phantom powering. Length 137 mm. The ECM-MS2 delivers excellent sound performance in field and studio production applications at an affordable price. The MS microphone signal of the ECM-MS2 is internally decoded and it provides L and R (stereo) outputs. The MS2 stereo microphone also supports mono operation by simply unpluging the right channel (disabling phantom power from the right channel XLR connector).
 
 
SON-ECM-VG1
Sony ECM-VG1 short shotgun microphone
The ECM-VG1 is specifically designed for professional field and studio production applications at an affordable price. Length 210 mm.
It is extremely lightweight and is supplied with an innovative windscreen that suppresses wind noise, making it a perfect choice for field sound shooting with a compact camcorder or attached to a boom pole.
 
Capsule type Electret condenser

Directivity Super cardioid

Frequency response 40 Hz to 20 kHz

Sensitivity (at 1 kHz) -33dB*1±3dB

Output impedance (at 1 kHz) 600+20%

Dynamic range 109dB or more

Signal-to-noise ratio (IEC179 A-weighted, 1 kHz, 1Pa) 76dB or more

Inherent noise 18dBSPL*2 or less

Wind noise 45dBSPL*2 or less with windscreen

Induction noise from external magnetic field 0dBSPL*2 or less

Maximum input sound pressure level 127dBSPL*2 or more

Power requirements DC 40 to 52 V

Dimensions ø13/16 x 8 3/8 inches (ø20 x 210 mm)

Weight Approx. 2.3 oz (66 g)

Supplied accessories Windscreen (1), Microphone holder (1),

Microphone spacer (1), Stand adaptor (2),

Operating instruction (1), Warranty booklet (1)

 
DPA-4017B
DPA 4017B Shotgun Microphone
d:dicate™ 4017B Shotgun Microphone. Five year warranty. Excellent RF Immunity. Lightweight. Uniform off-axis response. Highly directional
Equipped with a highly directional supercardioid pickup pattern, obtained using a supercardioid design with an interference tube that provides excellent off-axis rejection, the DPA 4017B is a short and exceptionally lightweight shotgun microphone that truly measures up to DPA’s impressive reputation for accuracy, clarity, and musicality. Designed for a broad range of applications, the phantom powered 4017B is ideal for use with camera systems, in fixed positions at sports facilities, for broadcast/ENG/film booming, and even studio recording environments.
Tune out the surroundings
Extensive research and development has been undertaken to optimize the sound coming from the sides and behind the microphone. Minimizing the often very un-linear response of a shotgun microphone due to its side lobes is one of the key accomplishments of the 4017B. The condenser capsule uses a high voltage pre-polarized back plate, endowing the shotgun with high output as well as wide dynamics, extremely low noise and distortion specifications.
Small size, big performance
At just 210 mm in length and 68 g (2.4 oz) in weight, the aluminum-bodied DPA 4017B is among the smallest and
lightest boom microphones available. But that’s not to say that it’s small on performance. Fully immune to RF emission, the
4017B’s 19 mm (0.75 in) condenser cartridge is capable of handling peak SPLs of 152 dB before clipping.
Screwdriver-free filter access
The 4017B features two onboard filters that are activated via an ingenious switching ring design. With the simple twist of two sturdy rings, engineers can implement a high-frequency boost that adds a 4 dB shelf at 8 kHz and a first-order bass roll-off below 120 Hz to minimize handling and wind noise. A permanent third-order high-pass filter at 50 Hz effectively removes unwanted low frequency disturbance from handling and wind noise.
 
Review of DPA 4017 Shotgun, Audio Media April 2008, audiomedia.com
'When you first take the 4017 out of its box the thing that strikes you immediately is the weight – it weighs almost nothing. While this is irrelevant in a studio mic, for boom swingers around the world this is a boon. The principle of leverage means that dangling a weight on a long pole for hours every day is not fun and anyone who has been afflicted by the shakes after gripping a boom for the sixth take of a long scene will appreciate that a few ounces saved at the business end is worth shelling out pounds for in the purchase. And as you lift the 4017 from the foam surround, marveling at its lightness, the second thing you'll notice is that the mic is beautifully made and finished. Almost in contradiction to its weight it feels like a work of art – I confess I was overtaken by the paradox at first – but there it is: a professionally finished microphone that weighs 71 grams.'
'The 4017 is sweet and by getting closer in you can enjoy that sweetness, but there's the rub: in the 'wide and tight' world of modern TV production it's very hard to get close. At the other end of the scale, on set sometimes any tightish hypercardioid is too tight and a more forgiving cardioid helps the hard pressed boom ops in fast moving scenes. The DPA 4017 is not easily summed up – it has some beguiling sonic and engineering qualities – but you need you try it in your rig to make sure it floats your boat. This is definitely a case of getting one on demo and having a go.'
By Alistair McGhee
 
 
Directional patternSupercardioid, lobe-shaped

Principle of operationPressure gradient, with interference tube

Cartridge typePre-polarized condenser

Frequency range20 Hz - 20 kHz, permanent third order high pass filter at 50 Hz

Frequency range, ±2 dB, at 60 cm (23.6 in)70 Hz - 18 kHz with typ. 3 dB soft boost at 15 kHz

Sensitivity, nominal, ±2 dB at 1 kHz19 mV/Pa; -34.4 dB re. 1 V/Pa

Equivalent noise level, A-weightedTyp. 13 dB(A) re. 20 µPa (max. 15 dB(A))

Equivalent noise level, ITU-R BS.468-4Typ. 24 dB (max. 26 dB)

S/N ratio (A-weighted), re. 1 kHz at 1 Pa (94 dB SPL)Typ. 81 dB(A)

Total harmonic distortion (THD)< 1% up to 137 dB SPL peak

Dynamic rangeTyp. 124 dB

Max. SPL, peak before clipping138 dB

Switchable attenuator, filters etc.High boost: +4 dB at 8 kHz. Low cut: First order filter, below 120 Hz

Output impedance100 Ω

Minimum load impedance2 kΩ

Cable drive capability100 m (328 ft)

Output balance principleSignal balanced

Common mode rejection ratio (CMRR)> 40 dB

Power supply (for full performance)48 V Phantom power (± 4 V)

Current consumption4.5 mA

ConnectorXLR-3M. Pin 1: shield, Pin 2: signal + phase, Pin 3: signal - phase

ColorMatte black

Weight68 g (2.4 oz)

Microphone diameter19 mm (0.75 in)

Capsule diameter19 mm (0.75 in)

Microphone length212 mm (8.3 in)

Maximum output voltage, RMS2.0 V

Polarity+V at pin 2 for positive sound pressure

Temperature range-40°C to 45°C (-40°F to 113°F)

Relative humidity (RH)Up to 90%

DPA-4017B-R
DPA 4017B-R Shotgun Microphone with Rycote Windshield
d:dicate™ 4017B-R Shotgun Microphon w. Rycote® Windshield. Five year warranty
DPA Microphones has joined forces with Rycote® to develop the DPA 4017 Shotgun/Rycote® Windshield Solution. The strong suspension and windshield solution has been designed specifically to take the DPA 4017B shotgun mic’s compact size and light weight into consideration.
This kit provides everything an outside broadcaster, journalist or location film maker could need for clear, directional sound, regardless of the weather and environmental conditions.
 
Included in the box
DPA 4017B Shotgun premounted in Rycote® Suspension with the Rycote® Windshield
DPA XLR cable
DPA Windscreen for 4017B
Rycote® fur windjammer
Rycote® XLR holder
Rycote® brush
 
 
 
DPA-4017C
DPA 4017C Shotgun Microphone Compact amp
d:dicate™ 4017C Compact Shotgun Microphone

At just 154 mm (6.1 in) and 70 g (2.5 oz), this mic sets new standards for compactness within shotgun microphones and their applications. At the same time, it offers impressive accuracy, clarity and musicality.

The mic is fully immune to RF emission and the 19 mm (0.75 in) condenser cartridge is capable of handling peak SPLs of 152 dB before clipping. Designed for a broad range of applications, the d:dicate™ Microphones Series is ideal for use with camera systems, in fixed positions at sports facilities, for broadcast/ENG/film booming and even studio recording environments.

 

The microphone capsule

The d:dicate™ 4017C Shotgun Microphone, Compact is equipped with a highly-directional hypercardioid pickup pattern; obtained using a supercardioid design with an interference tube that provides excellent off-axis rejection. Its unique directional pattern is useful when you need exceptionally high directivity with high background noise rejection. It is convenient when you cannot place the mic close enough to the sound source. The MMP-C preamplifier makes booming applications such as in a car or in low-ceiling rooms is uncomplicated.

Extensive research and development has been undertaken to optimize the sound coming from the sides and back of the microphone. One of the key accomplishments is that we have minimized often very un-linear response of a shotgun microphone due to its side lobes. The condenser capsule uses a high voltage pre-polarized back plate, endowing the shotgun with high output as well as wide dynamics, extremely low noise and distortion specifications.

The d:dicate™ 4017C Shotgun Microphone, Compact is also available with Rycote Windshield and suspension system – a fully-packed and ready-to-go solution.

At any time, and with no tools needed, it is possible to transform the d: d:dicate™ 4017C Shotgun Microphone, Compact into a new configuration. You can combine it with another d:dicate™ or d:facto™ Microphone Capsule or Preamplifier.

 

Features

The product offers the following features

Small and lightweight

Excellent RF Immunity

Uniform off-axis response

Highly directional pattern


Also available with Rycote Windshield and suspension system, the 4017C-R is a fully packed and ready solution.
 
DPA-4017C-R
DPA 4017C-R Shotgun Microphone with Rycote Windshield
This kit provides everything an outside broadcaster, journalist or location film maker could need for clear, directional sound, regardless of weather and environmental conditions.
At just 154 mm (6.1 in) and 70 g (2.5 oz), this mic sets new standards for compactness within shotgun microphones and their applications. At the same time, it offers impressive accuracy, clarity and musicality. The mic is fully immune to RF emission and the 19 mm (0.75 in) condenser cartridge is capable of handling peak SPLs of 152 dB before clipping. Designed for a broad range of applications, the d:dicate™ Microphones Series is ideal for use with camera systems, in fixed positions at sports facilities, for broadcast/ENG/film booming and even studio recording environments.
 
The microphone capsule
The d:dicate™ 4017C Shotgun Microphone, Compact is equipped with a highly-directional hypercardioid pickup pattern; obtained using a supercardioid design with an interference tube that provides excellent off-axis rejection. Its unique directional pattern is useful when you need exceptionally high directivity with high background noise rejection. It is convenient when you cannot place the mic close enough to the sound source. The MMP-C preamplifier makes booming applications such as in a car or in low-ceiling rooms is uncomplicated.
Extensive research and development has been undertaken to optimize the sound coming from the sides and back of the microphone. One of the key accomplishments is that we have minimized often very un-linear response of a shotgun microphone due to its side lobes. The condenser capsule uses a high voltage pre-polarized back plate, endowing the shotgun with high output as well as wide dynamics, extremely low noise and distortion specifications.
The d:dicate™ 4017C Shotgun Microphone, Compact is also without the Rycote® Windshield.
At any time, and with no tools needed, it is possible to transform the d: d:dicate™ 4017C Shotgun Microphone, Compact into a new configuration. You can combine it with another d:dicate™ or d:facto™ Microphone Capsule or Preamplifier.

Features
Small and lightweight
Excellent RF Immunity
Uniform off-axis response
Highly directional pattern
 
Specifications
Directional pattern Supercardioid, lobe-shaped
Principle of operation Pressure gradient, with interference tube
Cartridge type Pre-polarized condenser
Frequency range 20 Hz - 20 kHz
Frequency range, ±2 dB, at 60 cm (23.6 in)40 Hz - 18 kHz with typ. 3 dB soft boost at 15 kHz
Sensitivity, nominal, ±2 dB at 1 kHz19 mV/Pa; -34.4 dB re. 1 V/Pa
Equivalent noise level, A-weighted Typ. 13 dB(A) re. 20 µPa (max. 15 dB(A))
Equivalent noise level, ITU-R BS.468-4Typ. 24 dB (max. 26 dB)
S/N ratio (A-weighted), re. 1 kHz at 1 Pa (94 dB SPL)Typ. 81 dB(A)
Total harmonic distortion (THD)< 1% up to 137 dB SPL peak
Dynamic range Typ. 124 dB
Max. SPL, peak before clipping 146 dB
Output impedance100 O
Minimum load impedance 2 kO
Cable drive capability 100 m (328 ft)
Output balance principle Impedance balancing with Active Drive
Common mode rejection ratio (CMRR) > 50 dB
Power supply (for full performance) 48 V Phantom power (± 4 V)
Current consumption 2.8 mA
Connector XLR-3M. Pin 1: shield, Pin 2: signal + phase, Pin 3: - phase
Color black
Weight 70 g (2.5 oz)
Microphone diameter 19 mm (0.75 in)
Capsule diameter 19 mm (0.75 in)
Microphone length 154 mm (6 in)
Maximum output voltage, RMS 4.5 V
Polarity+V at pin 2 for positive sound pressure
Temperature range -40°C to 45°C (-40°F to 113°F)
Relative humidity (RH) Up to 90%
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