BM800 Microphone Condenser Sound Recording Microphone With Shock Mount For Radio Braodcasting Singing Recording KTV Karaoke Mic
Tailored frequency response provides vocal intelligibility and crispness
Neodymium magnet for high signal-to-noise ratio
Shock Mount to reduces handling noise
Cardiod (Bi-directional) pickup pattern suppresses feedback
Ideal for radio broadcasting studio, voice-over sound studio, recording and so on
Surface treatment: The microphone head uses electroplating technology, and the surface of the tube body uses automotive high-temperature spray technology.
Conditions of use: Desktop computer notebook dedicated integrated sound card independent sound card USB sound card.It canot be used with mobile phone
Suits more: Pick-up pattern minimizes background noise and isolates the main sound source. This microphone set is ideal for recording, broadcasting, and can be used for recordings at home or professional studio.
Anti vibration shock mount: the shock mount is made of solid plastic and effectively reduces trill caused
Microphone-core:Original F-16 ultra-shock film capacitor microphone core
Polar Pattern: Uni-directional
Frequency Response: 20Hz-20kHz
Sensitivity: -34dB±2dB（0dB=1V/Pa at 1kHz）
Output Impedance:150Ω±30%(at 1kHz)
Load impedance: ≥1000 Ω
Equivalent Noise level: 16dBA
Electrical current: 3mA
Maximum sound pressure level: 132dB (at 1kHz <1% T.H.D)
Noise signal ratio:78dB
Voltage: 48V Phantom power
Microphone body weight: 400g
Dimension: Approx. 16 x 5 x 5cm
Cable length: Approx. 2.5m
Microphone Material: Steel net + Zinc alloy hand holding part
1.Due to lighting issues, the color of the actual object will not be exactly the same as the picture.
2.Parcel does not include sound card
3.The condenser microphone needs external power supply to work normally. It is usually equipped with: 48V phantom power, external sound card, USB small sound card, etc., and configure different devices according to personal usage habits.
Q:Is the microphone usable without phantom power?
A:Yes.But with a phantom power will be better.It has noise cancelling function.
Q:How many volts is the phantom power?
Q：Can the microphone be used on the phone?
A：Yes, but the sound quality is not good, it is best to use it on computer.
Q：What does the package include?
A:Depending on which package you buy
Q:What is the connector on the computer?
If the microphone cannot be used to your device, please check if your device has set itself correctly with the microphone. If not, please follow the step to setting it.
Step 1: Open your control panel, and click on "sound", a window pops up.
Step 2: Select the recording, you will see the microphone is set up or on default.
Step 3: Double click the microphone if it is already connected., and then setting your
Q1: If the microphone is not working, what should I do?
1.Unplug the cable to check whether the pins at the bottom of the mic are loosened.
2.Restart computer and re-plug the mic to other port.
3.If the “PnP Audio Device” appears in the sound settings of computer(below are the methods how to get to sound settings), the mic is able to work.
(Windows: Right click speaker icon on right corner of computer→“Recording Device”
Mac: Click “System Preferences”→“Sound”→“Input”)
If not, please email us. We will send you a new cable to replace. If the pins are not loosened, the problem will lie in the connector.
Q2: If the mic has hissing what can I do?
The reasons are manifold, we’re not sure what makes the mic perform bad, though we hope you can try out the suggestions below to see if they can help.
1.Re-plug the cable into the microphone. If the cable gets loose, noise is easily generated or transmission of signal may run into problem.
2.Reset computer and re-plug microphone into other port.
3.Place it not too close to any power source or computer host. Check whether there's smart-phone near by the cable.
4.Set the on-body control of mic and input/output level of computer at 50%-75%. Volume is the culprit for noise.
(Windows: Right click speaker icon on right corner of computer→“Recording Device”/“Playback Device”→right click “USB PnP Device”/default speaker→“Properties”→“Levels”. If there's "Microphone Boost", turn it to 0-10dB.
Mac: “System Preferences”→“Sound”→“Input”/“Output”→“Input Volume”/“Output Volume”)
5.(If using Windows computer,) disable all sound effects.
(Right click speaker icon on right corner of computer→“Playback Device”→right click the default loudspeaker→“Enhancements”→click "Disable all sound effects".)
Hope these methods could help eliminate noise and make the mic sound better.
Q3: If the mic disconnects itself without warning, what can I do?
Answer: There are two reasons for this situation. One is that the poor connection. The other is that the cable is broken. If you have tried to replug the cable into the mic, and plug the mic to other port, then it will be the problem of the cable. Just email us so that we can replace a new cable for you. Then the mic should work well again.