Hand held (stick) microphones



Audio Technica AT8010
An omni-directional condenser mic suitable for interviews and many vocal applications; XLRF socket. Omni- is best for locations where you want the wider ambience in your recording. Nice rich tone.

Powered by an internal AA battery or phantom power from the recorder. XLRF socket;  needs XLRF-XLRM lead.

£160




Audio Technica AT8033
A handheld condenser microphone with a cardioid pattern, suitable for interviews and many vocal applications in noisier environments where rejection of sound from the side and back is beneficial. Nice rich tone.

Powered by an internal AA battery or phantom power from the recorder. XLRF socket;  needs XLRF-XLRM lead.

£160




Rode NT3
A cardioid condenser suitable for hand-held or stand use; very low noise from the Australian experts. 

A great mic giving highly detailed sound.

Needs XLRF-XLRM lead.





£165




Audio Technica AT8004
A dynamic microphone specifically designed for location recording. 

Tough, reliable and omni-directional, but not the highest output or sensitivity; XLRF socket. Needs XLRF-XLRM lead.


£105




Beyer M58

A classic amongst microphones, with a pedigree going back years. A tough, dynamic, long-shafted handheld microphone, designed for reporting. XLRF socket; needs XLRF-XLRM lead.

Not the highest output or sensitivity.



£155



MICROPHONE CABLES

These are standard XLR microphone cables (XLRM to XLRF) which are available in three lengths:

1m   £10


2.5m   £12


4m   £17


Remember that a lavalier mic (lapel) will have a cable of 1m-1.5m already; a 1m cable is usually sufficient for most purposes.






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