User manual for Audio-Technica AT899 - Condenser Lavalier Microphone AT899
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- Manufacturer: Audio-Technica
- Basic description and contents of package
- Product classification: Pro Audio - Location Sound - Lavalier
- Safety instructions
- Startup and operation of the lavalier
- Tips for setting up your Audio-Technica
- Settings and expert assistance
- Contact Audio-Technica service
- Warranty information
- Price: 269 USD
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User manual for the Audio-Technica AT899 - Condenser Lavalier Microphone AT899
The user manual for the Audio-Technica AT899 - Condenser Lavalier Microphone AT899 provides
necessary instructions for the proper use of the product Pro Audio - Location Sound - Lavalier.
The Audio Technica AT899 is a sub-miniature condenser lavalier microphone designed to deliver high sonic performance in a low-profile, easily concealable package. Intended for interviews, documentary, film, theater, and stage applications, the AT899's omnidirectional pick-up pattern captures evenly around the perimeter of the capsule as well as directly in-line. The microphones 5mm size is ideal in applications requiring minimal visibility. The microphones 9.8' (3 meter) cable is terminated with a 3-pin TA3F output connector, suitable for use with the AT-8537 power module (included). The capsule features a smooth flat 20Hz to 20,000Hz frequency response, capturing a wide range of frequencies and making the microphone versatile.
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Additional parameters of the Audio-Technica AT899 - Condenser Lavalier Microphone AT899:
| Transducer || Fixed-charge plate, permanently polarized condenser |
| Polar Pattern || Omnidirectional |
| Frequency Response || 20-20,000Hz |
| Dynamic Range (Typical) || Phantom: 108dB, 1kHz at Max SPL |
Battery: 86dB, 1kHz at Max SPL
| Signal-to-Noise Ratio || 64dB, 1kHz at 1Pa |
| Maximum Input Sound Level || Phantom: 138dB SPL, 1kHz at 1% THD |
Battery: 116dB SPL, 1kHz at 1% THD
| Power Requirements || Phantom: 11-52V DC, 2mA typical |
Battery: 1.5V AA/UM3
| Output Impedance || Phantom: 200 ohms |
Battery: 250 ohms
| Output Connectors || Mic Cable: TA3F output |
Power Module: Balanced 3-pin XLR
| Pad || No |
| Low Frequency Roll-Off || Low Frequency Roll-Off Switch - frequency curve not specified |
| Dimensions || Microphone: 0.63 x 0.20" (16.0 x 5.0mm) (Length x Diameter) |
Power Module: 5.71 x 0.83" (145 x 21.0mm)(Length x Diameter)
| Weight || Microphone: 0.02oz (0.5g) |
Power Module: 3.6oz (102g) (less cable and accessories)
| Package Weight || 1.1 lb |
| Box Dimensions (LxWxH) || 10.3 x 4.3 x 1.6" |
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