- Product Dimensions: 26.7 x 9.5 x 5.3 cm ; 249 g
- Shipping Weight: 136 g
- Item model number: FV-100
- ASIN: B000095SAO
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: May 14 2010
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #141,420 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Sony FV-100 Omnidirectional Microphone
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- 3-Meter (9.8-Foot) Designed for Active and Mobile Use
- Unimatch Plug for Use With Mini Or Full-Size Headphone Jacks
- Wide Frequency Response (100Hz-10Khz) Ensures Clarity
- Compact Omni-Directional Mic for Recording Voice and Music
- Compact and Easy-to-Carry Design-Weighs 4.1 Ounces
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Price (Under $10)
Good audio quality
No on/off switch (less to break)
Lightweight (easy for kids to hold)
9.8 foot cord
No on/off switch
Low volume for some uses
Mostly plastic build instead of metal
So if you are looking for an easy to use and durable mic on a budget, this should be exactly what you need. If you have requirements that do not amp the mic much, then you will need a more expensive mic.
As far as the other reviews, I'm not sure about the low gain problems. It could be their system. Since I used mine through a 4-track recorder, I had a different setting where I had to turn a knob in order for me to use a microphone. So really the main culprit could be the system where you plug in the mic.
The problem is the thing doesn't come with a manual so one would think it's plug and play. Clearly it's not.
If you're wondering how it sounds, you can listen to a few songs I did back in 2005 using this little mic. The guitars were mic'ed through the amplifier at about an inch away from the speakers. The amplifier volume was at 45% because I had neighbors and I was recording at night.
Here's the link:
Four of the songs used the Sony mic:
- Won't Go Away
- Make Me Crawl
- Spit In Your Lemon Lime
Amazon did not allow my link so just go to [...] and look up artist Mario Gozum