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Pyle PMEM1 Headworn Omni-Directional Microphone, Standard 3.5mm Plug + 1/4" Adaptor

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About Pyle PMEM1

The Pyle PMEM1 headworn omnidirectional mic has a back electret condenser for crystal-clear recording of your voice.

Pyle PMEM1 Specifications

Element
Back Electret Condenser
Polar Pattern
Omni-directional
Frequency Response
20Hz- 20KHz
Sensitivity
-44dB± 3dB
Output Impedance
1kOhms± 30%
Max. Input SPL
130dB
Power Supply
DC 1.5V-10V
Cable
1.2m / 3.93'
Connector
Standard 3.5mm Plug + 1/4" Adaptor
Dimensions
5mm (0.19")
Weight
10g (0.35 oz) (not including Adaptor)
Mfr #
PMEM1
SKU
PYPMEM1

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Reviewed by 1 customers

 
4.0

Great microphone

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I'm using this with the Audio Technica Pro 88 system, and it has much clearer sound than the stock omnidirectional lapel mic. Being a head worn mic with this quality at this price is more than I could've expected.

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john l  the 3.5mm plug doesn't have a screw for a transmitter. it is threaded but no nut?lapel mics do have a screw to hold it in the transmitter. do you have any seggestions?
ALTON R  Personally, I was in Musical Theatre when I bought mine and it was just an inexpensive rehearsal microphone for me. I suggest using black electrical tape or some other stronghold tape to keep the plug in the transmitter.
john l  the 3.5mm plug doesn't have a screw for a transmitter. it is threaded but no nut?lapel mics do have a screw to hold it in the transmitter. do you have any seggestions?
ALTON R  Personally, I was in Musical Theatre when I bought mine and it was just an inexpensive rehearsal microphone for me. I suggest using black electrical tape or some other stronghold tape to keep the plug in the transmitter.
john l  the 3.5mm plug doesn't have a screw for a transmitter. it is threaded but no nut?lapel mics do have a screw to hold it in the transmitter. do you have any seggestions?
ALTON R  Personally, I was in Musical Theatre when I bought mine and it was just an inexpensive rehearsal microphone for me. I suggest using black electrical tape or some other stronghold tape to keep the plug in the transmitter.
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