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Sony Launches ECM-W2BT and ECM-LV1 Microphone


Sony announced two new microphones with the launch of the ECM-W2BT Multi Interface Shoe compatible wireless microphone and ECM-LV1 compact stereo lavalier microphone. Wireless high-quality audio recording with lower noise and stable connection is possible with the ECM-W2BT wireless microphone, especially when paired with the ECM-LV1 stereo lavalier microphone and one of Sony’s cameras with digital audio compatibility.

Sony ECM-LV1
  1. Bluetooth Range of up to 200 meters/ 600 ft with high-quality audio recording

The ECM-W2BT wireless microphone enables low-noise digital sound recording, by connecting the receiver to a camera1 equipped with a digital audio interface compatible Multi Interface Shoe. The digital audio signal output from the receiver can be recorded directly on the camera body without needing an external audio cable. Additionally, the ECM-W2BT has been completely redesigned for high sound quality using an advanced omni-directional mic capsule to capture clear sound recording from any direction.

The ECM-W2BT also allows audio recording flexibility by increasing the stability of the Bluetooth connection between microphone and receiver, even with obstacles or in crowded environments with additional wireless activity. In locations with good visibility, communication is possible at up to 200m, significantly increasing the flexibility of audio recording. And the newly adopted Qualcomm aptX Low Latency codec provides both high-quality audio recording and low latency.

  1. 3 Modes (Mic, Receiver & Mix Mode) to record sound based on the desired preference

The ECM-W2BT wireless microphone also offers ultimate creative freedom thanks to its sound recording functions. Three sound pick up modes – MIC mode, MIX mode and a new RCVR mode – allows the user to record sound and ambient sound based on their desired preference. MIC mode will only pickup audio from the microphone transmitter, so only the subject’s audio is captured. RCVR mode only picks up sound from the internal microphone at the receiver, so the user can record audio of themselves. MIX mode picks up both transmitter and receiver audio which is useful when audio from both the subject and the user is desired. The ECM-W2BT mic supports stereo audio input with an external 3.5mm stereo mini-jack to allow for stereo sound pickup, so it can be used in combination with the stereo-capable lavalier microphone such as the ECM-LV1 compact stereo lavalier microphone, as an unobtrusive microphone that can easily attach to the subject’s clothing and record sound with increased realism. Since the receiver is equipped with 3.5mm audio output, the ECM-W2BT can also be used with camera models that are not equipped with a Multi Interface Shoe.

  • Long battery life up to 9 hrs for uninterrupted recording

For longer operations and recordings, the battery assist function via the power supply from the camera’s Multi Interface Shoe enables the user to operate the receiver for up to 9 hours. For easy reference, the ECM-W2BT includes a LINK lamp to notify the user of the status of the communication between the microphone and the receiver and a POWER lamp to easily check the remaining battery charge.

Price and Availability

The new ECM-W2BT and ECM-LV1 microphones will be available across all Sony Centers, Alpha Flagship stores, portal and major electronic stores across India from 26th May 2021 onwards.

ModelMRP (in INR)Availability
ECM-W2BTRs.  16,990/-26th May 2021 onwards
ECM-LV1Rs.  2,090/-26th May 2021 onwards
Rajat Negi
Rajat Negi
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