Audio-Technica ATH-M30x Professional Studio Monitor Headphones

The Audio-Technica ATH-M30x Professional Studio Monitor Headphones combine modern engineering and high-quality materials to deliver a comfortable listening experience, with enhanced audio clarity and sound isolation.

Tuned for highly detailed audio, with strong mid-range definition, these versatile monitoring headphones are ideal in a variety of situations. Designed primarily for studio tracking and mixing, they offer added features for increased portability, making them a great choice for field recording (from Amazon product description).

These headphones are great for editing the sound recorded with lapel mics like Movo LV10 Battery-Powered Lavalier Clip-on Omnidirectional Condenser TRRS Microphone. Movo LV10 Lavalier Microphone is a clip-on, omni-directional microphone for use with smartphones, DSLR cameras, camcorders, audio recorders and more. Combining great performance with great value, the LV10 delivers clear and accurate voice reproduction suitable for professional use (from Amazon description).

To make your mics work with a standard XLR inputs on a professional camera, you’ll need the transforming adapter like Rode VXLR Plus XLR to 3.5mm Female TRS Transforming Adapter.

The VXLR+ is a 3.5mm female TRS socket to male XLR adaptor, which will convert 12-48V Phantom Power down to 3-5V ‘Plug in Power’, allowing RØDE on-camera microphones such as the VideoMicro and VideoMic GO, as well as self-worn microphones like the HS2 Headset Mic to receive power from the XLR input. The 3.5mm socket also features the same threaded connector as used on the output cable of the HS2 Headset Microphone, and the RØDELink Filmmaker Kit Receiver, ensuring the connection to your XLR input is secure and won’t disconnect during your recording (from Amazon product description).

Note: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

~ by WPA Staff on August 26, 2019.

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