Summary: This is kind of the standard location lapel mice. Not much to say except it works great! Of note, I also have a Sony ECM-NV1 short shotgun for a camera mic and I use for a boom in studio and both mics have very similar sonic qualities... they are easy to cut between.
Summary: The Sony ECM-77(B), 44B, and 88, condenser Lapel Microphones have been the industry standard since i can remember and are used by broadcast professionals around the world. What makes the ECM'S stand apart is their ability to reproduce voice and instrument naturally without coloration, holding true under high SPL and with little distortion. The ECM feedback rejection is less then you would expect for an Omni-directional pickup pattern.
Summary: I&apos;ve used these mics before at my local public access and they deffinately get the job done! They do get some noise issues occasionally, but for the most part they have been clean every time I've used one.
Summary: Great purchase! Ive been looking for a good mic for a while, and having worked with this model for years I know they usually work perfect. Ive already done a job with this and the audio came out great. The client was pleased and that's always a good thing.
Sony ECM-77B Professional Microphone -- Can't Go Wrong
10 November 2008
Summary: I needed a few hardwired lavaliere microphones for my business. I started with one Sony ECM-77 and absolutely loved it! Not only is it one of the smallest of it's kind, the natuarl sound quality that is unmistakably Sony really shines through. I saw two more on eBay and systematically bought them. In all I paid $75, $102.50, and $150 respectively. Let's do the math here; I bought three Sony mics at a total of $327.50.