Pyle PMHM2 Omni-directional Head Worn Microphone, 3.5mm Plug, 1/4" Adaptor

Pyle
SKU: PYPMHM2 MFR: PMHM2
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About Pyle PMHM2

The Pyle PMHM2 headworn omnidirectional mic has a back electret condenser for crystal-clear recording of your voice. It includes a 1/4" adaptor, 1.2 m cable and windscreen.

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Pyle PMHM2 Specifications

Element
Back Electret Condenser
Polar Pattern
Omni-directional
Frequency Response
20Hz- 20KHz
Sensitivity
-45dB± 3dB
Output Impedance
1kOhms ± 30%
Max. Input SPL
130dB
Power Supply
DC 1.5V-10V
Cable
(dia) 1.5 x 1.2M
Connector
Standard 3.5mm Plug + 1/4" Adaptor
Dimensions
5 mm (1.96")
Weight
12 g(0.42 oz)
Mfr #
PMHM2
SKU
PYPMHM2
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Robert N  Will this work through the AUX port in a car over the car's radio?
Andrew R  Unfortunately no, not likely. The audio signal generated by the microphone would need to be amplified to line level audio prior to insertion into a normal AUX connection.
Robert N  Do you have any suggestions for what will work? I have a really old cassette tape recorder microphone that does work fine but I need a head worn one for giving tours. Any idea what type of microphone that is? Thanks!!
Robert N  Will this work through the AUX port in a car over the car's radio?
Andrew R  Unfortunately no, not likely. The audio signal generated by the microphone would need to be amplified to line level audio prior to insertion into a normal AUX connection.
Robert N  Do you have any suggestions for what will work? I have a really old cassette tape recorder microphone that does work fine but I need a head worn one for giving tours. Any idea what type of microphone that is? Thanks!!
Robert N  Will this work through the AUX port in a car over the car's radio?
Andrew R  Unfortunately no, not likely. The audio signal generated by the microphone would need to be amplified to line level audio prior to insertion into a normal AUX connection.
Robert N  Do you have any suggestions for what will work? I have a really old cassette tape recorder microphone that does work fine but I need a head worn one for giving tours. Any idea what type of microphone that is? Thanks!!
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