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Tram TR 50 and Sennheiser

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If you have worked with very many lavalier mics then you know how much of a real pain they can be. For starters they are hard to conceal and get the best sound, they always seem to have a scratching noise as the subject moves around, and wire tends to break after nominal use. I feel not only does the sound quality go up with the use of a lavalier but it is much easier to isolate each subject. Today was the first day I have been able to listen to the results from our new Tram TR50 lavalier mic. I must say the results were outstanding. I had virtually no rubbing noise, it had great pickup regardless of the head movement, and it was very easy to conceal. Our TR50 is mated to a Sennheiser Evolution G2 100. This is our third manufacture of wireless mics and this combination, so far, appears to be a winner.
BH Photo has this lavalier either as an accessory or you can purchase in a package with the Sennheiser.
TR50 Lavalier Mic Features:
1. Miniature Electret Condenser Microphone
2. Minimum sound coloration for universal use
3. Easily combined with boom microphones
4. Tiny, lightweight and compact; easily concealed
5. Extensive range of mounting accessories
6. Wide frequency response
7. Very low rubbing noise
8. Detachable 250 Q power supply
9. Available in 4 colors: black, gray, white, tan
10. Large range of connectors for direct use on a wireless transmitter
11. Strong, durable and reliable
12. One-year warranty

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