Sony's ECM-MS907 One Point Stereo Microphone was created for the advanced amateur to make instrumental recordings. Ideal for Sony's MD Walkman and DAT Walkman® Portable Stereos, the ECM-MS907 features a One-Point Stereo Design, Mid/Side (MS) Capsules with a Switchable Pickup Angle, an Oxygen-free Copper (OFC) Mic Cable, and a Gold-plated L-shaped Stereo Miniplug.
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I went to buy this mic expecting that it would be worth the buy, when i got home i connected to my computer hoping for some good sound quality. i puted on some headphones and started talking to the mic but always changing the distance wich i was speaking. And the sound quality proved to be not bad but still, leaves alot to be decired. From a microphne that costs 99 dolars it still leave a lot to be decired. The thing that i got realy realy sad about this mic is ist sesitivity ( not the sound sensitivity ). One day after i boutght the mic i connected to my camera but by acident not realy connected the mic proprely it fell on to the floor from about 1 meter height and it fell on to the carpet so i picked up from the floor and connected back to my camera and got absolutly no response, that was realy frustrating. Basicly if you are going to use this on a boom pole or for professional videos dont buy this, instead buy a shot gun mic like this one "Azden smx10 shotgun mic" wich is pretty cheap and pretty good. but if you are going to use it for homebrew movies go ehead and buy it but remember it has alot to be decired.