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Lewitt Omnidirectional Interview Microphone Demo Video

greetings earthlings today on back with
a review of another omnidirectional
dynamic microphone so today we’re
looking at this guy the looat
interviewer which as I mentioned is a
dynamic omnidirectional microphone used
for eng or electronic newsgathering if
you do want to pick this microphone up
it will set you back around $200 like
always I’ll throw some links down below
for this review I have the microphone
connected directly to the 2i2 2nd gen
with the input gain set at about 4
o’clock I of course will not do any kind
of post-processing but I may boost it in
post so check the doobly-doo to see what
I did I did now let’s talk about what
comes in the box and I am really rolling
the dice here first off you’ll get a
very nicely padded carrying pouch you’ll
get a microphone a foam windscreen a
microphone flag for your branding an XLR
2 3.5 millimeter adapter and some
documentation as far as the build
quality this microphone feels absolutely
excellent it has an all-metal build
quality with a very long handle and it
feels very sturdy as you can tell
because I’m banging my desk with it it
weighs in at 250 grams and of course on
the bottom you will find the XLR port
then as far as the specifications this
thing has a frequency response of who
knows because they don’t list it but
they say that it is a linear frequency
response it has an omnidirectional polar
pattern a sensitivity of around negative
57 point 6 decibels and an impedance of
235 ohms now I am going to go ahead and
spin around the looat interviewer and
because it is omnidirectional we should
hear no change as we move around the
microphones capsule but I will also go
ahead and speak into the top of the
microphone as well as rotate around to
the side to show you how it sounds from
this angle and for good measure I’ll go
ahead and speak into it from the bottom
of the microphone and you can tell that
it still does pick up quite a bit of
sound because this is a handheld
interview microphone I will go ahead and
pass it back and forth between my hands
to see how it does at rejecting handling
noise we will of course test the
plosives as well so please bring Pizza
pronto
please bring Pizza pronto please bring
Pizza pronto pretty good now I’m right
on top of the microphone to demonstrate
the non-existent proximity effect which
is what you should have expected because
this is an omnidirectional microphone
now I’m about 6 inches away from the top
of the microphone about 1 foot away from
the top of the microphone and now I’ve
increased the gain on the interface to
100% and I’m about two and a half feet
away from the microphone now here is an
example of a real-world situation that
you would be using this microphone where
it’s maybe a foot away from your mouth
in between yourself and somebody you’re
interviewing and this is how the audio
sounds with the two i2s gains set at
100% now in order to test this
microphone in a real world situation I
have some noise playing in the
background not creepy at all but this
will give you an idea of how well it
picks up the human voice over some
background noise and here is another
test with some traffic noise playing in
the background to demonstrate how well
this microphone does at picking up human
voice over ambient sounds going on
around you right now I’m speaking into
the microphone without the provided foam
windscreen and this is how the audio
sounds and now I’ve throw an on the
provided foam windscreen and this is how
it sounds and you can tell that it
dampens down a little bit of the higher
frequencies which I do tend to like ok
right now I have the LeWitt interviewer
connected directly to my Canon 70d
running an XLR to XLR cable and then the
XLR to 3.5 millimeter adapter with the
gain on the camera set at 50% and this
is how the audio sounds right now I’m
speaking into the looat interviewer
about 5 or 6 inches away from my mouth
and this is how the audio sounds now I’m
speaking into the rode reporter with the
exact same settings at around the same
distance and this is how it compares now
I’m speaking into the mobo hmm – at the
same distance with the exact same
settings and this is how it sounds now
I’m speaking into the electro voice re
50b with the same settings at the same
distance and this is how it compares and
finally I’m speaking into the
electro-voice 635 a for a comparison and
this is how it sounds
oh okay so of all the Eng microphones
that I’ve reviewed so far I actually
think I like the sound of this one the
best first up in terms of pros this
microphone has absolutely zero issues
with plosives it also offers a very
clean and clear sound and the build
quality of this mic is absolutely
excellent but then in terms of cons when
it comes to handling noise it does a
decent job at rejecting it but it wasn’t
the best of the Eng microphones I’ve
tested and when you listen to it it is a
little bit more focused in the mid
frequencies so it’s a little bit more
audible and finally what are my overall
thoughts of this microphone I will start
by saying what I say for every Eng
microphone that I review do not use this
for music it is not made for that and it
will likely sound terrible for it so
avoid this for music but then when we
look at this thing for electronic
newsgathering I think that it has the
cleanest and clearest tone of the
microphones I’ve reviewed so far while
avoiding that honky mid forward tone
that some of those other microphones
have and for spoken word I think it just
sounds excellent given the competition
that’s out there and finally would I
recommend this microphone absolutely of
all the Eng microphones I’ve reviewed so
far I honestly think that this is my
favorite sounding with the e V 635 a
coming in a close second due to the
similar tone but also the very small
form factor of it so if you’re looking
for a more modern tone in your Eng
microphone for interviews out on this
street or if you’re doing convention
coverage I think this thing is amazing
sounding and a really great option
alright that is going to do it for today
so if you found this video fun
interesting or helpful go ahead and give
me a thumbs up if you hated it give me a
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server I’ll throw a link in the
description and if you’re still here
look at this box that’s the solution to
Cheryl not going to say any more I’ll
make a full video on it I’ll see
next time thanks for watching thanks for
listening that’s a spoiler for you bye

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Omnidirectional Microphone Review

Omnidirectional microphones are microphones that pick up sound from a specific direction of the device which is being used to hear it. This means that if a person speaks to the microphone from the left, front, right, or rear, the device will also record the sounds all in an equal level regardless of which direction the user speaks. These microphones are most commonly used for recording telephone conversations, although they are also found in professional audio and video recordings.

Omni microphones have a number of different designs. Some manufacturers have produced two directional microphones so that one can be positioned facing towards the speaker and one facing away. Other manufactures such as Sony and Panasonic have designed some omnidirection microphones which are designed in such a way that they can pick up the sound coming from any direction at the same time.

Some people believe that using a directional microphone is a little like using a tape measure to measure distances. The omnidirectional microphone works in the exact opposite way by picking up the sound waves and then picking up the direction from which the waves are traveling.

The omni microphones have been used extensively in commercial recordings for a number of years, but it was not until the late nineteen eighties when people started using them in professional audio and video productions. The most popular use for this type of microphone is in telecommunication systems, as they make the process of recording and editing audio tapes much easier. However, they are also being used to record lectures, and speeches, as well as to record medical devices and instruments.

The omnipresent microphone is a special type of directional microphone which is capable of recording both sound waves and the direction from which they are traveling. It is very useful when a person has to record the speech of another person who is speaking close to him or her. This is because the omnipresent microphone records both the speech and the movement and then re-creates the speech in a similar way to the computer-based software programs used to make speech-recognitionrecognition software.

If you want to find a high-quality omni-directional microphone for recording audio then you should search around online for a good bargain, as they do not come cheap these days. I have been using an omnidirectional microphone myself for a few years now and I have found that the best deals can be found through the internet. I have also found some excellent deals online on some other kinds of microphones as well, such as cardioid microphones. But this kind of microphone is not suitable for recording live performance where the sound waves need to be very clear, so you will probably have to use this mic for that purpose alone.

Last update on 2020-10-20 / Disclaimer: as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

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