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Old February 2nd, 2011, 02:56 PM   #1
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Connector for Sony ECM-88BC Hirose 4 pin SMC9-4P to 3-pole locking mini-plug ?

Hi, could you inform me what connector I need for :

Microphone Lavallier Sony ECM-88BC wired with Hirose 4 pin (SMC9-4P type: Sony Product Detail Page ECM88B ) TO BE CONNECTED TO Sony UTX-B2 Belt-pack Transmitter (from UWP-V6/67 package: Sony : UWP-V6/67 (UWPV6/67) : Technical Specifications : United Kingdom ) with 3-pole locking mini-plug ?

Does the Sony EC-1.5BX Microphone Cable ( Sony : EC-1.5BX (EC1.5BX) : Product Overview : Belgium // or US version Sony EC15BX Sony Product Detail Page EC15BX ) adapt correctly in terms of power requirements when connecting the Sony ECM-88BC to my Sony DC-78 Power Supply Unit ( Sony Product Detail Page DC78 ) ?

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Old February 3rd, 2011, 11:21 AM   #2
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Microphone Lavallier Sony ECM-88BC wired with Hirose 4 pin (SMC9-4P type: Sony Product Detail Page ECM88B ) TO BE CONNECTED TO Sony UTX-B2 Belt-pack Transmitter (from UWP-V6/67 package: Sony : UWP-V6/67 (UWPV6/67) : Technical Specifications : United Kingdom ) with 3-pole locking mini-plug ?
-- Do you want to use the mic with two different transmitters?
If so, you would need a custom built adapter cable. I'm not aware of any OTS adapters of this type.

Does the Sony EC-1.5BX Microphone Cable ( Sony : EC-1.5BX (EC1.5BX) : Product Overview : Belgium // or US version Sony EC15BX Sony Product Detail Page EC15BX ) adapt correctly in terms of power requirements when connecting the Sony ECM-88BC to my Sony DC-78 Power Supply Unit ( Sony Product Detail Page DC78 ) ?
-- I'm not clear on what you wish to accomplish. Do you want to plug the mic directly into a camera or audio recorder with a 3.5mm audio input jack?
If that's the case, the devices 3.5mm audio input would likily have plug-in power, which could be a problem. Another custom adapter cable may be better, taking advantage of the devices plug-in power.
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