The ECM-77 is probably the most-often seen lavalier microphone on TV, and it is used widely in both studio production and on location. Its popularity is based on a combination of excellent sound quality, robust construction, and an attractive cosmetic design. This microphone is the ECM-77BC supplied with a 4-pin locking plug for use with wireless transmitters, which have a HIROSE SMC9-4S connector.
As a lavalier microphone, the ECM-77 is an alternative to the traditional hand-held microphone. Being "hands-free," it allows the presenter to concentrate on her/his performance.
The ECM-77 is probably the most seen microphone on TV and its compact design creates a professional image.
Easy and Familiar Operation
The ECM-77 is an essential tool for achieving good quality voice recording. The microphone's capsule is designed for voice pick-up with an extended frequency response and impressive sensitivity. The popularity of the microphone in TV production means that most sound people will be familiar with using the ECM-77.
Designed for high quality voice pick-up
The ECM-77's capsule features a voice emphasis curve, extended frequency response and sensitivity.
The capsule has a diameter of only 5.6mm and is 12.5mm long.
Ready for wireless systems
The ECM-77BC is compatible with wireless transmitters, which have a HIROSE SMC9-4S connector, providing high-quality wireless microphone systems for video production.
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