Globalmediapro M-107 Shotgun Condenser Microphone

In Stock $66.00
Globalmediapro M-107 Shotgun Condenser Microphone
Professional 278mm shotgun condenser microphone suitable for indoor and outdoor interviews, on-camera voice reproduction and broadcast (ENG/EFP) audio acquisition.
Metal body.
Two switchable polar patterns: cardioid and hypercardioid.

Specifications

Elements : Black Electret Condenser
Polar Patterns : Cardioid and Hypercardioid (switchable)
Frequency : 50Hz - 16kHz (Cardioid) / 60Hz - 14kHz (Hypercardioid)
Sensitivity : -45dB (Cardioid) / -30dB (Hypercardioid) +- 3dB (0dB=1V/Pa at 1kHz)
Output Impedance : 500 Ohm / 1600 Ohm +- 20% (at 1 kHz)
Maximum Input SPL : 136dB (1kHz at 1% THD)
S/N Ratio : over 60dB
Battery Type : AA / UM3, 1.5V
Dimensions L x D : 278 x 22 mm (10.94 x 0.87 in)
Weight without AA battery: 263 g (0.58 lbs)

Downloads

In the Box

Windscreen

Reviews

Reviewed by 1 Customers
Rating: 5.0
Globalmediapro M107 Shotgun Microphone
Rating: 5.0
By from Wellington on
This microhone performs well in picking up choir voices from a distance &
as a single mic. where it is not easy or desirable to provide individual
mics. The hyper position gives better directivity to reduce feedback.
Sound is clean & from its specs would also handle much higher sound
levels than we are using. Other points All metal body is robust. M107
requires an AA cell & does not use phantom. I have measured the batty
current at 0.75mA & will flatten in 3 months or so if the switch is left
on continuously. Although it has Cannon 3 pin XLR it is not truly
balanced as one side is connected to the metal case. We are not having a
problem with this provided we use 2 wire balanced mic cable & balanced
mixer input BUT you must disable phantom power otherwise it will be
shorted to ground when the mic. is connected. I guess the more expensive
Gmp shotgun provides the phantom & balanced outputbut this one has
performed well for us since August 2008

Compatible Products