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Sony launches the ECB-W2BT wireless mic that can pick up sound from 200m away

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Sony is known for its innovative and top-quality products that are designed to meet the various needs of users. The company has unveiled yet another topnotch product that keeps up with the needs of the COVID-19 era where teleconferences and virtual meetings are the norm. The device is dubbed Sony ECB-W2BT wireless microphone.Sony ECB-W2BT wireless microphone

With the Sony ECB-W2BT wireless microphone, stable transmission can be carried out even at a distance of up to 200 meters in an open and barrier-free environment. Also, it can be used for audio recording to realize low-noise digital audio recording through the supporting digital audio interface.Sony ECB-W2BT wireless microphone

In addition, the wireless microphone utilises a new design which includes high-quality omnidirectional microphone units to suppress noise. The mic can also pick up clear sounds from different directions to achieve high-quality audio recording.Sony ECB-W2BT wireless microphone

The microphone utilises Qualcomm aptX low-latency codec which can provide a high-quality, low-latency audio recording. There are three available recording modes, including MIC mode, MIX mode, and a new RCVR mode. Users can record voice and ambient sound in different modes according to their needs.

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The MIC mode only receives one-way sound from the microphone end, which is suitable for environmental applications such as web conferences and live broadcasts. On the other hand, in the RCVR mode, only one-way sound is received from the receiver which is suitable for broadcasting comments on sports events, and recording children’s growth videos and Vlogs.

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Finally, in the MIX mode, both the microphone and receiver can be deployed at the same time, suitable for double vlog or interview environments.

The Sony ECM-W2BT wireless microphone also comes with a windshield which can effectively reduce wind noise when recording outdoors. When connected to a camera, the receiver can get power from the camera’s hot shoe adapter and can last up to 9 hours of recording.

There is no word yet on the pricing and availability but the product is already listed on Sony’s website.

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