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Vivanco EM216Published on 05/17/03 at 20:12
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- What type of microphone? (Voice, sound, mixed ..)
This is a clip-on microphone with stro prampli. That's the mood outlet.

- What technology? (Electret, condenser ...)
No idea!

- How long have you use it?
year around
- What is the particular feature you like best and least?
the length of wire not allow evil fantasies! Against by the position of Pramp on this length is fool. The emmlage REGULAR. Agaant!
- Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
Not. Since then, a friend has bought a Sony microphone spcial MD. There's no picture that is better Sony. Within 150 euros.
- How do you report qualitprix?
Ben me I pay in things 30 euros secondhand. So I'm......
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- What type of microphone? (Voice, sound, mixed ..)
This is a clip-on microphone with stro prampli. That's the mood outlet.

- What technology? (Electret, condenser ...)
No idea!

- How long have you use it?
year around
- What is the particular feature you like best and least?
the length of wire not allow evil fantasies! Against by the position of Pramp on this length is fool. The emmlage REGULAR. Agaant!
- Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
Not. Since then, a friend has bought a Sony microphone spcial MD. There's no picture that is better Sony. Within 150 euros.
- How do you report qualitprix?
Ben me I pay in things 30 euros secondhand. So I'm thrilled! If it is within 60 nine euros and mine was broken I would take the same prfrence of the Sony whose best quality does not justify the price for my purposes (v. Below below).
- With the exprience, you do again this choice ...?
Yeah.
In fact, I just bought an MD after having bought secondhand. I wanted a cheap trick to attack the MD, not knowing if I'll use a lot or not.
In fact, before the quality of rsultat, I record all rpets with a. Whether session "branch with the microphone placed in the middle of the room or acoustic session with micro pos between two guitarists, has been downright.
I also recorded with Rossignol in my garden. In listening through headphones, the atmosphere of the garden at night is really l. Until moisture runoff noise in the trees and the sound of the stream flowing in the garden!
My sweet also used to record his rpeter big band to work alone. has the.
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Vivanco EM216Published on 12/23/05 at 04:39
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I use it for interviews in various conditions and frankly, the best quality-price ratio that I know!
Ngatif single point, so it's not an HF over the leg, but at the same time we do not claim it. So 9 points!
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Vivanco EM216Published on 02/27/06 at 01:12
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20-20 000 hz
500 ohms
omnidirectional
micro size about 3.5 cm

I use it for 2 years.
Inter / off and Mono / Stro on the case.
A 1.5 V battery power
Trs sensible.
Supports strong sound sources (even a group lectrogne example)
Discreet, sensitive to handling noise and wind
(Hlas no windscreen for this size of micro)

In short trs good product and reliable.
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Vivanco EM216Published on 03/08/06 at 14:31
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Okay so here is my BA of hacker Electronics:

APRS and many have disassemble my famous VIVANCO EM216
as you say it trs trs light ...
The circuit PCB (probably "made in china" contains:
-2 Type electret capsules (the end of the cord)
Each via a polarized-R = 1.2K to VCC = 1.5V LR06 = voltage
(O indicates the impdance 1K)
Each audio-(+ the electret) through a capacity to 2.5f (to remove the comp. Continues) and go to the output (OUT Stereo)
-A switch ON / OFF SERIES with the good battery ... OK ...
A-MONO / STEREO switch that bypasses the two signals of two electrets
.... And to the MONO!
(Hence the impdance passing about 500 Ohms = 1.2 K / / 1.2K)

And I thought......
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Okay so here is my BA of hacker Electronics:

APRS and many have disassemble my famous VIVANCO EM216
as you say it trs trs light ...
The circuit PCB (probably "made in china" contains:
-2 Type electret capsules (the end of the cord)
Each via a polarized-R = 1.2K to VCC = 1.5V LR06 = voltage
(O indicates the impdance 1K)
Each audio-(+ the electret) through a capacity to 2.5f (to remove the comp. Continues) and go to the output (OUT Stereo)
-A switch ON / OFF SERIES with the good battery ... OK ...
A-MONO / STEREO switch that bypasses the two signals of two electrets
.... And to the MONO!
(Hence the impdance passing about 500 Ohms = 1.2 K / / 1.2K)

And I thought there was (peut-tre. .. yes, I know .... you can always RVer ...)
a small gain of 20dB prampli two transistors as the "microphone ARCHOS 100878"
... Well no ...
Fortunately, I did not pay for expensive ... phew OCCAZ 13 euros ...

in addition, After a few measures, it is not the top of electret microphones anyway ...

http://www.lagom.nl/misc/skytronic.html

So much for my own impressions and info
Bye
Stphane
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  • Manufacturer: Vivanco
  • Model: EM216
  • Category: Headset & Lavalier Microphones
  • Added in our database on: 04/01/2004

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