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The Shure WL183 Omnidirectional Lavalier Microphone is lavalier condenser mic designed for use with a wireless body-pack transmitter. This mic has a 1.2 meter (4 ft.) cable terminated with a miniature 4-pin mini connector. Included tie clip can be rotated in 90 degree intervals for placement flexibility.
Miniature Profile - The miniature profile of the WL183 capsule allows the microphone to be easily concealed during performances or video shoots.
Omnidirectional Pattern - The omnidirectional polar pattern provides a 360 degree pick up range, enabling a generous signal pick up without added noise.
TA4 Female Connection - The 4 foot (1.2 meter) cable terminates to a TA4 female connection, compatible with Shure wireless transmitters and power supply modules.
+5v DC on Pin 2, Return on Pin 1 (Ground) Provided by Wireless Transmitters
50 Hz - 17 kHz
Output Noise: 22.5dB SPL
Maximum Input Sound Level
TA4F Mini 4-Pin Connector
Low Frequency Rolloff
Cable Length - 4 feet (1.2m)
not specified by manufacturer
Items Included With This Product
1 Year Warranty
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