Excerpt: Primary use: oral history.Bought these mics to replace some Shure WL51s that have been giving me some problems, and these are much better at picking up sound at lower levels of gain on the recorder. Tested them on a Zoom H5, which gets a lot noiser at gains of 6 and above, and that needed a 7 or more for the Shures. It picks up the ATs fine a bit under 6.
Excerpt: I originally bought this to mic a cello as the available pickups were unsatisfactory. After a makeshift adaptation of the instrument clip we were getting a nice, rich, warm, full tone right away without even touching the EQ. We've been using this for frequent gigs--weddings, parties etc.--for about 4 or 5 years now and it's still working perfectly.
Pros: Accurate Timbre Quality, Compact, Durable, Easy to Use, Reliable, True Sound Reproduction
Excerpt: I don't know much about audio recording yet but the sound quality that comes out of this little lav mic seems great! I even used it to record sound from my Ukelele and had fantastic results! I can't wait to get a second one!
Pros: Compact, Durable, Easy to Use, Fast, Reliable
Excerpt: I was hunting for a cardiod lav mic that I could use for indoor and outdoor interviews. This mic looked like a good choice and had a decent price. After doing some brief testing, I decided this was a good choice. It sounds great indoors (even with background noise). I did not notice much hiss or noise. I connected this to a Zoom H4n using an Audio Technica XLR cable. Everything seems great. In fact, I'm thinking of purchasing another one.