SYNCO Audio Mic-M2
SYNCO AudioMic-M2 is a super cardioid condenser microphone, suitable for camera, smartphone. The microphone is designed with excellent shock mount, no battery drive, super low noise electronics, super anti-interference, cold-shoe design with 1/4 thread at the bottom, compact and light. which makes recording more easier.
Synco Audio Mic-M2 Features
- Polar Pattern: Super Cardioid
- Microphone: High-quality Condenser Microphone
- Frequency Range: 35Hz～20KHz
- Output Impedance: 300Ω
- Max.SPL: >100dB
- Sensitivity: -32dB±3dB
- Signal to Noise Ratio: >72dB
- Power Supply: Smartphone/camera plug in power with 3.5mm
- Weight: 52g
- Dimensions: 160*50.8*86mm
Support Smartphone & Camera
Synco Audio Mic-M2 provides a 3.5mm audio cable, which is a universal connector for many photography devidces with 3.5mm input port. It is compatible with smartphone, DSLR and camera.
Super-cardioid Condenser Microphone
SYNCO Mic-M2 super-cardioid condenser microphone ensures the sound from straight ahead is clear and crisp, isolated from background noise. It minimizes surrounding noise and off-axis sound.
Interference Tube for Directional Pick-up
The interference tube installed in Mic-M2 is designed with many of interference holes, whose position and size are acoustically set to counteract the destructive noise recorded ( like electronic noise, background noise and so on) so that it could minimize the interference of the off-axis sound and generate high-quality sound output finally.
Low Self-noise Components
Adopting low noise electronics, Mic-M2 has ultra low self-noise. Less electrical current is noticed in the sound recording. Thus you can gain more clear and crisp sound recording without internal noise.
Noise Shielding Spring
Mic-M2 uses shielding materials to block or attenuate the electromagnetic energy transmission between the shielded area and the outside world. Thus it has a perfect anti-interference function against electric appliance, WIFI and other wireless signals. It avoids occuring signal interrupts and electric noises during the sound recording.