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Audio-Technica PRO-7a Mic Lavaliere Condenser Mic
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It provides excellent full-range pickup for voices or acoustic guitars. Special internal construction minimizes handling and clothing noise. It featu...Click To Read More About This Product
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An affordable Lavalier with surprising sound quality.
It provides excellent full-range pickup for voices or acoustic guitars. Special internal construction minimizes handling and clothing noise. It features a switchable, low-frequency roll-off. Cardioid pattern. 300Hz-15kHz frequency response. 6' cable connects to power module.
- Lavalier mic also excels in acoustic guitar applications
- Provides crisp, full-sounding voice and instrument pickup
- Special internal construction minimizes handling and clothing noise
- Switchable low-frequency roll-off
- 6' cable permanently attached between mic and power module
- Cardioid pattern
- 300Hz-15kHz frequency response
- Open circuit sensitivity: -45dB (5.6mV) re 1V at 1 Pa
- Signal-to-noise ratio: 59dB, 1kHz at 1 Pa
- Low-frequency roll off: 150Hz, 6dB per octave
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Reviewed by 5 customers
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I originally bought it for classical guitar, but I ended up getting a B-Band X-over pickup installed and never used it much for guitar. We tried it out on my wife's cello and it sounded way, way better than any of the bridge pickups we've tried, so that's what we use it for now. If you're trying to get rock-star loud this thing will feed back like crazy. But for on-stage reinforcement so the strings are balanced with the horns, it sounds great and has no considerable feed-back issues.
High output with a balanced sound.Produces an authentic replication of one's instrument. Feedback can be a problem, but other than that, the mic is great!
I like it for my classical guitar. It will never be an installed pickup, but it's cheap and it's out of the way of my right hand. I am always looking for new ways to mic the nylon string guitar, and this is a cheap way to go.
the first time i plugged it in i had massive amounts of feedback. i had to turn down a bunch. The clip seems to be on backward, so you cant put the mic very close. It didnt pick up the guitar hardly at all. i would not recommend this
I just ordered another PRO-7--my third. I have a vintage mandolin that I don't want to drill holes in to install a pick up, and the PRO-7 is a handy, good sounding alternative. It picks up the old woody tone of the instrument accurately, and I can still move around a little when I play live. You do have to be a little careful about feedback, and I imagine the problem is more severe with a bassier instrument like a guitar. My only gripe is that the two I owned didn't last very long. I may have stepped on the cable too many times, but they always ended up shorting out. Now that it is on special, I'm going to try once more. I hope the third one lasts, because otherwise it suits my needs very well.