from phoenix, az on 5/24/2011
Consider using a small digital (stereo) recorder as a pre-amp, Feed the output from the digital recorder to your input on the other device. A BX-800 should work. You can get one for $40.
Condenser Stereo Microphone used on my little ICD-
from Captain Cook, HI on 12/10/2010
I use on my little ICD-PX720. I even get stereo separation. good full sound. Easy let itplay for an hour or two and then fast forward from track to track for rough split of tracks.
from Los Angeles, Ca. on 4/17/2009
Love this mic...but, one side of the stereo has a different floor level signal than the other. When you plug it in..you see that one side is noisier than the other. It also seems you can only use it with the specified products that have plug in power. Forget trying to get someone at Sony to actually answer a question that doesn't come in a corporate form answer. I've written twice to them about this and wanting to use this mic as a stand alone mic to a studio mic pre with phantom power...which does not work with this mic, and no one at Sony has answered my question. They just seem to only be able to answer in pre-set answer form and not actually answer my question about whether or not there's a device that can supply the 1.5 V power that is needed to use a "plug and play" device. Sorry...we were excited about this mic until we tried to use it. If I figure out how to use it...I'll come back and rewrite my review. This is how I feel for now. Thank you, T-Bone
from Undisclosed on 12/31/2008
this is a great mic. i got one to see what it would be like and i was amazed at how clear the sound was. for how small it is it really can make a good sound.