MIC-SJ55 Lapel Microphone with Screw Jack

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  • The MIC-SJ55 has a mini jack connector for use with the S4.04 and S4.10 Series Beltpacks. This microphone features a flat, extended frequency response suitable for reproduction of voice or musical instruments. A 1.5 metre long black shielded cable of 2.5mm diameter is provided in the basic configuration. This cable includes two wires plus a spiral wound shield, which are soldered to the microphone capsule. A composite steel retainer plus moulded elastic strain relief provide a very rugged miniature package. Noise transmission from handling and clothing movement is very low. The LM-55 has a wide band omni-directional polar pattern. Internal RFI suppression is included.

  • Type Omni-directional electret condenser
    Nominal Impedance 4700 ohms
    Max SPL >120dB
    Operating Voltage 2-10 volts min/max
    Current Consumption 50uA
    Frequency response 30Hz -16 kHz, ±3dB
    Cable Length 1500mm
    Colour Black

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4 responses to “Lapel Microphone with Screw Jack

  1. Hi there. Will this mic work with the WM-3310 wireless VHF radio system ?
    We have the WM-3310 tadio lapel mic system for our church but the lapel muc has been lost. We still have the radio transmitter and the receiver.

    Not sure if this is THE actual mic that comes with the WM-3310, or if it is different. If it is different, can you suggest which lapel mic we can get for the 3310, or tell us if this makes c would be good for it.
    Many thanks,

    1. Hi Richard,

      In a nutshell, it won’t work with the WM-3310 but the TOA replacement microphone 100012769A will. If you’d like the clip to go with that item, that comes under the code G2640.

      I hope this helps.

  2. Will this MIC-SJ55 microphone cable fit and plug into our Trantec S4.4 UHF wireless System?
    We have a failure of the insulation where the wire enters the plug on the to[p of the Bodypack S4.4 TXEA Transmitter.

    I have had a quote for a replacement Transmitter Bodypack and screw-in cable, but the body pack itself is not damaged.

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