Audio Technica ATR-3350 connected directly to a Zoom H4n. I needed a affordable lavaliere microphone for some upcoming projects and this one seemed to fit the bill just nicely.
It was very windy out, so it was the perfect day to test the ATR3350 vs the H4n built-in microphones. I am also using a Redhead Windscreen on the H4n. The Zoom H4n was set to Mono mix for both the ATR3350 microphone and the H4n onboard microphones.
✏ Extremely affordable (~$20 – Amazon: Audio-Technica ATR-3350 Lavalier Omnidirectional Condenser Microphone)
✏ Small microphone (about the size of an eraser)
✏ Long 20 foot cord (could be a con as well)
✏ Solid construction
✏ Comes with 3.5mm to 1/4″ adapter
✏ Power pack with switch has a very stiff clip – will only clip onto somewhat thin clothing or belt
✏ Loooong cable
✏ Not a high-end lavalier microphone
☞ Overall: The Audio Technica ATR3350 is a fantastic microphone for under $20 and works extremely well. Best used to replace shotgun microphones in interview situations.
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