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Sony ECMCS3 Clip Style Omnidirectional Stereo Microphone, Silver

Sony ECMCS3 Clip style Omnidirectional Stereo Microphone

Reviews by Features

Record

(28 reviews)
Stereo

(22 reviews)
Work

(18 reviews)
Price

(46 reviews)
Value

(22 reviews)
Sound

(127 reviews)
Product

(57 reviews)
Microphone

(114 reviews)
Clip

(45 reviews)
Ambient noise

(13 reviews)
Road noise

(10 reviews)
Feedback

(10 reviews)
Cat

(13 reviews)
Doe

(14 reviews)
Background noise

(48 reviews)
Wind noise

(25 reviews)

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Reviews around record (4.56 of 5)

  • So far the recorder has done a good job recording on its
  • It is an expensive lavaliere mic, and it has excellent quality and crisp recording capabilities
  • It's very good quality audio recording for its price point
  • Really recommend this microphone and digital recorder for anyone needing a good recording setup
  • i hit record on the camcorder, hit record on the sony icd-ax412, and then i slap my hands and i'm in sync
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Reviews around stereo (4.45 of 5)

  • WAY better than I was expecting... phenomenal sound quality, and stereo at that
  • and it is a good, cheap, stereo microphone.
  • Great stereo Mic for the $, easy to use and the clip rotates 360 degree which is very nice !
  • When not on the motorcycle it captures great stereo sound for my audio overlays.
  • Some adapters for phone are available at the expense of loosing stereo :(
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Reviews around work (4.33 of 5)

  • I am trying to use it on my computer, but this mic work not good
  • This mic is recommended by GoPro and works perfectly with my Hero3+ and Hero4
  • Connected to my Zoom H1 for weddings, used for pastor audio and works perfect for stereo sound.
  • Its not perfect but works
  • This inexpensive mic works better than 200 microphones!
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Reviews around price (4.25 of 5)

  • I have purchased this product with good price cheap value delivery is soon very well thank youSony ECMCS3 Clip style Omnidirectional Stereo Microphone
  • After all, the price of this microphone is so good for the quality that you're getting
  • The Sony ECMCS3 Clip style Omnidirectional Stereo Microphone is a great performing little stereo mic, at a good price
  • Easy to use and provides good quality audio at a great price.
  • It had many great reviews and the price is also very reasonable
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Reviews around value (4.19 of 5)

  • This clip mike is very easy to use, provides good audio, and is a very good value.
  • This is a good value for money if you want to use 3.5mm microphones
  • It does capture background noise a
  • If you're in a quiet room, this microphone is an INCREDIBLE value for the money.
  • I have purchased this product with good price cheap value delivery is soon very well thank youSony ECMCS3 Clip style Omnidirectional Stereo Microphone
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Reviews around sound (4.17 of 5)

  • The sound from the camera mic is pretty bad especially when doing interview scenes.
  • can pick up voice from a distance (say 10ft), though the sound is not very loud
  • I love the sound of this mic so much, I bought two of them!
  • you have a louder stronger voice remember to lower your Mic Volume2.You can also better the sound using a tool such as Audacity
  • It's great at isolating the sound of my voice even in noisy, open-air areas
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Reviews around product (3.89 of 5)

  • Nice mic, for the price I doubt that you'll find a better quality, both product and audio recorded.
  • I would definitely recommend this product to my friends.
  • the sound quality is comparable to much pricier products.
  • If the cord was longer then it would be a far more valuable product for the price.
  • But I suppose all products have to fail some of the time
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Reviews around microphone (3.78 of 5)

  • It's a really great microphone, the quality is very good for the price
  • This microphone works nicely and records my voice with minimal background noise
  • Better sound and more reliable than our expensive Rode microphone.
  • This is a solid microphone and my voice sounds great on it
  • Building a "dead cat" microphone anti-wind muff for this mic is kind of a 5-minute ordeal, but once it's done, this is easily one of the best mics I've used
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Reviews around clip (3.29 of 5)

  • Clip is awful, the audio from this cheap mic is incredible .
  • Best Budget clip Mic is the best I can't belive such great sound recording for this really cheap mic that actually works as good as other ones really expensive
  • BUT -- the real solution is to use an oversize metal clip that you can buy for $10 on BAYBE - it's the same diameter and will slide right on.
  • My only complaint is that the clip is a little difficult to take off.
  • I abuse this mic constantly and neither the clip nor any other part of the microphone has been damaged
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Reviews around ambient noise (2.61 of 5)

  • I found nothing horrible about this mic in post audio editing, was able to get a good s/n ratio and with slight manipulations to certain frequencies, it sounded just fine to me
  • Sound is good, not excellent, it picks up lots of ambient noises and
  • I found nothing horrible about this mic in post audio editing, was able to get a good s/n ratio and with slight manipulations to certain frequencies, it sounded just fine to me
  • Picks up ambient noise very well along with clear dialogue
  • It's very sensitive though and it can make ambient noises more intense
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Reviews around road noise (2.54 of 5)

  • It works as it is supposed to, but it records at a VERY quiet volume, and boosting its volume is either too loud or too soft
  • It provides good quality recording in a quiet environment, but unfortunately the road noise transmitted in my otherwise great but noisy Mazda 3 resulted in many Dragon transcription errors
  • I was hoping that the mic would help to lessen the road noise from the car and make my voice sound more clear and louder
  • Instead it made the road noise louder and crackled a lot, almost like there was a short in it
  • Another thing that made me choose this was that it didn't have a super long cord as well as it didn't have a built in battery to contend with
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Reviews around feedback (2.11 of 5)

  • Another thing that made me choose this was that it didn't have a super long cord as well as it didn't have a built in battery to contend with
  • Got this for a church microphone and it had loud feedback.
  • Loud feedback noise when used with amplified speaker system
  • It works as it is supposed to, but it records at a VERY quiet volume, and boosting its volume is either too loud or too soft
  • The quality of the voice is pretty clear and crisp but not as great as we wanted
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Reviews around cat (1.63 of 5)

  • I'd seen this recommended by several youtubers who get great sound with the same application, but I lost everything to wind noise once I hit about 35 mph, no matter what kind of wind screen or dead cat I fashoned for it
  • You can't remove the back clip making very difficult to put a dead cat on it
  • It works as it is supposed to, but it records at a VERY quiet volume, and boosting its volume is either too loud or too soft
  • The vibrations from the road, engine, wind (even with a dead cat on it), and even just closing the door in a car will make this mic give a nasty static noise which totally ruins the sound, can't even fix it in post
  • The quality of the voice is pretty clear and crisp but not as great as we wanted
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Reviews around doe (1.58 of 5)

  • A lot of people in the Q & A section said it does work with the iPhone, but I promise, it doesn't unless you have the converter
  • Apparently this does not work with iPhones but can if you get an adapter
  • However it seems that the mics themselves have a highly omnidirectional pickup pattern so it does not produce a strong stereo image and does pick up quite a bit of background/ambient sound.
  • Decided to try this lapel mic for indoor interview shooting since it was inexpensive since my wireless system does produce a slight hum even with gain adjustments (can be removed in editing)
  • The mic does not work on my Macbook Pro, but it works on my PC.
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Reviews around background noise (1.42 of 5)

  • but with some editing software I am able to eliminate the background noise.
  • It would catch your voice and everything, but the background noise was what ruined it for me
  • The Blue Yeti picks up background noise even in "Cardioid mode," so I actually prefer this little inexpensive Sony ECMCS3 lapel mic to my studio mics for webinars and podcasting with video
  • I found nothing horrible about this mic in post audio editing, was able to get a good s/n ratio and with slight manipulations to certain frequencies, it sounded just fine to me
  • Minimal need if any to adjust audio for background noise
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Reviews around wind noise (1.31 of 5)

  • I found nothing horrible about this mic in post audio editing, was able to get a good s/n ratio and with slight manipulations to certain frequencies, it sounded just fine to me
  • I did make a custom sponge cover for the mic which took away all of the wind noise
  • It allows for a natural sound without the negatives of wind noise
  • I found nothing horrible about this mic in post audio editing, was able to get a good s/n ratio and with slight manipulations to certain frequencies, it sounded just fine to me
  • When riding my dirt bike, I had to put a wind sock or dead cat over the mic to significantly reduce wind noise
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