Synco Lav-S8 Lavalier Microphone
Frequency Response : 50Hz to 20KHz
Dynamic Range : 117dB
Signal/Noise : 75dB
Sensitivity : -40dB (±3dB, re 1V/Pa at 1KHz)
Max. Input SPL : 135dB SPL (at 1 KHz)
Output Impedance : 2.2KΩ
Audio Cable : 8m/ 26.2ft
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SYNCO Lav-S8, an upgrade product to our Lav-S6, is easy to connect to capture broadcast-quality sound within a wider range of movement, thanks to the brand-new auto-identification system, the upgraded noise reduction technology, and the 26.2ft (8m) audio cable built-in for the first time. It is used in multi-scenarios like interview recording, speech-making, live webcasting, and teaching.
1. Automated Connection Enabled
Lav-S8 avoids inconvenience to switch the toggle between camera and phone output modes with the auto-identification system, which automatically recognize the device connected and run the right circuit to get itself adapted to the camera, audio recorder, iPhone/Android smartphone, or tablet, ensuring no troubles are caused by manual switching.
2. Human Voice Restored
The upgraded noise processing circuit built into S8 attenuates low-frequency (<70Hz) ambient noises and causes ultra-low noises to the mic itself as well. All this facilitates the high restoration of the human voice and ensures clearer sound in vlogging, live streaming, mobile journalism, etc.
3. Free Speaking & Recording Allowed
The 26.2′ (8m) built-in cable provides an ample amount of length to practice most of the creative speaking and recording techniques, like standing at an optimal distance in front of the camera and sit down interviews in a natural setting.
4. Working Conditions Highlighted
A light is installed to indicate working conditions. It provides convenience for users to directly check the microphone’s working/power status.
5. Easy Carrying & Good Handfeel Ensured
Lav-S8 has a plastic tube that reduces the weight and provides convenience for carrying. Its smooth texture and a strong sense of line are big pluses when held in hand.
6. Full 360° Pickup
S8 features an omnidirectional pickup pattern that captures the sound equally well in every direction even when the user remains speaking into one side of the mic.