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Sony ECM-MS907 - Stereo Condenser Microphone

by Sony

Price: £58.98 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details
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  • Electret condenser stereo microphone for advanced amateur use
  • Mid/side (MS) capsules create natural stereo panorama
  • Adjust pickup angle (90-120 degrees) for single voice/instrument or multi-voice/instrument
  • Cannon XLR connector and oxygen-free copper Litz cord
  • Ideal for DAT or MD digital recorders
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Item Weight200 g
Product Dimensions22.4 x 14.6 x 7.6 cm
Item model numberECMMS907.CE7
  
Additional Information
ASINB00005QBUW
Best Sellers Rank 6,891 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight222 g
Date First Available6 Oct 2006
  
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73 of 73 people found the following review helpful By "dan228" on 5 Feb 2004
An excellent microphone. I wasnt too sure when i got the microphone whether or not it would pick up my guitar playing very well, and whether there was going to be fuzzy background noise. But amazingly, there was no fuzzy background noise. The sensitivity on the mic is amazing. You can also set different levels of the mic according to your mini disc or player that you have. this is a very good microphone for musicians, teachers who want to record in a concert or at home.
A very well worth product, at a very reasonable price.
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54 of 55 people found the following review helpful By christopher andrew fraser dyson on 7 Dec 2003
the ms907 remains one of the best performing microphones i have had the pleasure of using. the fact that it is battery powered (amplified) assures the recording in most any circumstances..ie conferences, concerts, ambiance...
Concerning the quality i was overwhelmed by its ability to capture the xtrem high pitches as well thundering bass tones that rattle the windows at my home.
It has the options of recording angles 90° or 120°, depending on the source and the positioning of the microphone itself.
In fact the only times that the recordings were of poor quality i found out that either the positionment was bad or i forgot to change the batteries!! I'd recommend rechargable AA batteries, you only need one at a time.
I gave it 4 stars because 5 stars well ya know nobody is perfect...4 1/2 stars if you wish.
concerning the price in france it remains extemely expensive in comparison to its e-neighbours. 149-150euros in all the shops. so much for a liberal economy.
the prices at amazon rests modest.
good sampling
ciao
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95 of 98 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 14 Mar 2004
I bought this mic here because it cost the same as a used one on ebay, and have used it to record complex (ie varying dynamics, loud/soft, accapella and amplified) music. Despite being near the back of the hall the sound was clear and due to the switchable 90/120 degree pattern, in good stereo. I used it with a Sony MZ900 minidisc, which gave me adjustable record level and mic sensitivity, and would recommend either (or both) to anybody wanting tocapture a variety of live music. One point to note is that, if recording discreetly, ie mic held down at seat level, the side elements (using the 120 degree position) will pick up sounds from the audience. This isn't a criticism of the mic, just that it's quite sensitive and best to monitor the position you use it in before recording. Hope this helps.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Crazy Dave on 11 Mar 2008
I play a number of instruments and often make recordings to play back. The sound really is crystal clear, for the price point its good value and just what you expect from SONY
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Richie on 8 Oct 2010
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Afraid this mike was excellent when first purchased but as with other reviewers, damaged lead (?) means only mono recording now. I will try to repair but not rugged enough really in my opinion, not clever. Postscript - was able to repair the mike in 2011 and still working ok!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Peter J. Chapman on 13 Feb 2010
I purchased the Sony ECM MS907 to make use of the Kodak Zi8's 1/8" mic input.
Its 1kOhm impedance means it's hot enough to send a good recording level into the unit.
I set the mic up on a tripod and play my acoustic guitar through it.
The Sony mic also comes with a windshield and is handy for filtering out the plosives when using the mic for vocal work. The microphone isn't too good as a handheld interview mic though as it picks up handling noise so you need to be very careful if you want to use it for that purpose.

Overall I'm pleased that I decided pay a premium to get this Sony microphone. It seems you can always rely on them for a quality audio product.
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33 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Gaza on 6 Dec 2003
when i brought this, i wasn't sure how good the sound quality would be, then, to my amazment, it was perfect. I recorded a concert, and the mic was miles away from the musicians, and it was perfect! a great buy!
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Nigel Lambert on 9 Mar 2009
I have three digital recorders - Zoom H4, Marantz PMD 671 (both have rather poor mic pre-amps) and a couple of expensive condenser mics. Recently, I bought the brilliant Sony PCM D50 digital recorder which is simply out of this world! I've tried two examples of Sony's recommended microphone for this recorder, the MS-957. Don't waste your money. They were both as bad as each other! Seriously, you'll be sending it back because the noise floor on both mics I sampled was dreadful. The good news is that their semi-pro version of this mic, the MS-907 is sensational! NO background noise whatsoever. True, clean, accurate un-coloured sound ... and at less than half the price of it's costlier sibbling! Never mind the sales talk - trust your ears. If you are looking for a really good, battery powered "plug-in-power" electret mic for a digital recorder - the MS-907 is a steal! I record for a living - both in my home studio, but mostly in some of the best London studios around Soho ("Look Around You" narrator and "Papa" Dolmio in those pasta sauce TV commercials etc.) so I know what kind of sound these serious studios can produce. Plugged into a good digital recorder, the MS-907 can really hold it's own with the "big boys." This is now the only mic I use and if it got broken, I'd buy a new one tomorrow. Simple but brilliant mic. Can't recommend it highly enough.
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