10.19.2007 12:00 AM
Azden Introduces New Stereo Mic
Azden Corp. has launched the SMX-10 mini stereo electret-condenser microphone.

The SMX-10’s dual unidirectional design allows video professionals to record directly in stereo and is touted as a high quality alternative in terms of sound and performance to built-in video camera mics. The mic features a built-in-cable with a 3.5mm stereo mini plug and comes equipped with a camera hot-shoe mount and a windscreen for use in the field.

The SMX-10 is powered by a single AAA battery (not included) and measures 177mm long, 18.2mm in diameter and weighs 52 grams without the battery. The SMX-10’s frequency response is 100-18kHz and features a signal to noise ratio of 60dB (1kHz at 1Pa) and a dynamic range of 66dB.

MSRP for the SMX-10 is $100.


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