We really love the EMX-7150 here at Insynergy.

Of course, you could be forgiven for thinking that we’re biased, but let’s take at the 7150’s credentials:

  • It’s absolutely flat. If you’re reading this, you’re probably a techie, so ‘absolutely’ means Class 1 performance and a 10Hz to 20kHz response.
  • It’s robust – the stainless steel construction means it can withstand real-world usage in venues and the joys of modern airline travel. A water-tight Neutrik XLR connection ensures the best electrical and physical integrity under all conditions, as well as providing great resistance to RF interference.
  • It isn’t easily frightened – measurements up to 145dBSPL should cope with the majority of applications.
  • It doesn’t make a noise – self-noise is around 26dB(A).
  • It’s flexible. Note: that doesn’t mean bendy. Superb efficiency means it can be phantom powered anywhere between 12 and 52V allowing you to choose any compromise between highest signal to noise and great battery life if being used remotely.
  • It makes Smaart smarter – calibration files are supplied in print and on USB stick with each microphone.

The icing on the cake is that the EMX7150 costs way less than ’boutique’ microphones with inferior specifications. In fact, though individual mics might provide marginal improvements in one highly specialised laboratory metric or another, we’re not aware of any mic within 3-4 times the price of the EMX-7150 that comes close to matching the EMX-7150s blend of abilities (or one could say lack of weaknesses) right across the board.

Really, the EMX-7150 is that good.

Get the complete iSEMcon price list from the Downloads page , or scroll down to buy. Microphones can be ordered individually or in matched sets (we offer up to a matched quad directly from the website but can offer up to matched octets by special order, all within a tolerance of +/- 0.5dB across the full frequency spectrum of the mic and 1mV for sensitivity).