Tascam TM-60 Battery-Powered Condenser Microphone

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Tascam TM-60 Battery-Powered Condenser Microphone

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Description

The TM-60 Battery-Powered Condenser Microphone from Tascam is designed for home recording and features a cardioid-pickup-pattern microphone, mic cable, mic clip, windscreen, and a tabletop mic stand. This kit can be used to capture audio in various environments for vocal and acoustic instrument applications.

The microphone’s internal circuitry is optimised to reduce noise and distortion while retaining rich, full-sound quality. Additionally, included with the TM-60 microphone bundle is a soft carry case and a 5/8″ to 3/8″ conversion adapter.

Specifications

Analogue Performance
Sound Field Mono
Transducer Condenser
Polar Pattern Cardioid
Frequency Range 50 Hz to 18 kHz
Signal to Noise Ratio 70 dB A-Weighted
Maximum SPL 126 dB SPL RMS
Impedance 200 Ohms
Load Impedance 1000 Ohms @ 1 kHz
Sensitivity -45 dB at 1 kHz
General
Output Connectors 1 x 3-Pin XLR
Battery Type 1 x AA
Operating Voltage Not Specified by Manufacturer
Length 189.99 mm
Diameter 27.94 mm
Weight 422 g

Easily gets a precise, high-definition sound quality from a condenser microphone

TM-60 is a condenser-type microphone, which is quite different from the dynamic microphone which usually being used in live performances. The diaphragm operates due to the pneumatic vibration. Inside of a dynamic microphone, the voice coil operates with the diaphragm, which increases the weight of the entire part. On the other hand, the condenser microphone incorporates a diaphragm in the either side of the electrode in an electrical part referred to as condenser, realizing a lightweight structure. This allows excellent follow-up performance, greatly contributing to high-precision sound. Thus the mechanism to convert into electrical signals is completely different between the two: the dynamic microphones are powered by electromagnetic induction to obtain electrical signals, whereas the condenser microphones take out the potential difference between the condenser electrodes as a signal. To give the condenser the potential difference, power supply is required.

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* The figure shows a diaphgram of typical condenser microphones. TM-60 is a condenser of back electret condenser type, which has a slightly different structure, but no specific difference is in the features.

Small diaphragm type easy to use for any instruments, for any purposes

Condenser microphones are largely divided into two categories according to the size of diaphragm: large diaphragm types, and small diaphragm types. The model such as TM-60 is categorized as a small diaphragm type. Its smooth frequency response is the characteristic of the small diaphragm types. The TM-60 has the frequency response which smoothly enhances its high end, where anybody can get a clear, crisp sound.

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No phantom power supply is needed, battery operation ideal for mobile recording

A standard condenser microphone requires phantom power supply for their operation. Phantom power supply usually has a large voltage of +48V, so when the phantom power is supplied from the recorder, the battery runs out quickly. TM-60 is operated by the batteries included in the microphone, so there is no need of phantom power supply from the recorder. This enables you to use the microphone without consuming the battery out of the recorder. A switch to save power consumption is available.

Ideal for a recording of single sound source, with unidirectional characteristics to catch the target sound

The polar pattern shows the characteristics in which the microphone can pick up the sound in a specific direction (directivity). TM-60 has a unidirectional pattern (cardioid). The unidirectional condenser microphone is ideal for recording vocal and any single sound source because it mainly picks up the sound from the specified direction.

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Various accessory lineupss

A variety of convenient accessories are available.

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Operation and sound quality verified with TASCAM products

The microphone has been tested with the TASCAM audio interfaces as well as PORTASTUDIO for their functionality and sound quality. The audio samples of TM-60 with a few TASCAM products are available on our web page. Of course, the microphones can be used with any acoustic equipment that complies with a condenser microphone.

Features at a glance

  • Condenser-type microphone
  • Cardioid (Unidirectional)
  • Operation by AA battery
  • Includes accessories of wind screen, mic stand, cable, mic clip and mic case

Brand

Tascam