05.09.2007 09:00 AM
Sony unveils mono-, stereo-capable shotgun mic

Sony has introduced a new switchable shotgun microphone capable of stereo and monaural operation.

The ECM-680S MS midsize electret condenser microphone is designed for a range of field production and broadcast studio applications and uses newly developed capsules for high sensitivity, low inherent noise and a flat-and-wide frequency response.

The new shotgun mic is designed to be used with a range of Sony professional camcorders or to be mounted on a boom pole.

The ECM-680S MS’s large-diaphragm microphone capsules provide a sensitivity of -28dB (stereo), 32dB (monaural) and noise of less than 20dB SPL (stereo/monaural).

For more information, visit www.sony.com/broadcast.



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