Sony XLR K2M Microphone and Adapter for Audio Recording | Unboxing & Overview

Sony XLR K2M Microphone and Adapter for Audio Recording | Unboxing & Overview

November 8, 2019 18 By Kailee Schamberger


That’s what happens if you don’t have a microphone we’re going to take a closer look at the XLR K2M microphone from Sony that way you can get your audio on as always if this video helps you don’t forget to hit us up with a like button underneath and subscribe to our channel and when you’re in the Miami area come say hello to Adam and me at Digital Goja Showrooms Well let’s take a look and see what comes inside here hopefully, it is an XLR K2M again very well packaged here are some instructional pamphlets from Sony and of course the most important thing the warranty card which shows that this is good for the US only and if it’s purchased from an authorized dealer like Digita Goja Now as you can see it comes in a really nice carrying case so this is to assure that you have your microphone with you wherever you go this helps out the videographers quite well and you notice it’s very well padded so this is going to be incredibly protected there’s a control panel and here is the XLR microphone which fits right in here let’s take a closer look and see how this XLR microphone multi-port system from Sony works Now, of course, the Sony XLR K2M adapter kit comes complete with the control box and an actual XLR microphone so you also have, remember two inputs so your primary one can go into input one and you have for a secondary one for two channels and notice how here in the control box you have that capability where you can work with either one input on channel one or both channel 1 and channel 2 you have your attenuator selector switch so you can change your decibel input depending on how loud the environment is where you’re working at and here’s where you have your capability of selecting your line input for both input one and two whether you’re working with a powered microphone or if you want to use phantom power all the way up to 48 volts and of course, you have your separate gain control buttons so it’s a very complete system and of course, it does have their multi-port connector because it’s meant to work with some of the more popular cameras in their mirrorless lineup like the entire a7 lineup whether you have the previous generation or the new ones like the a7II, a7RII , and a7S2 and of course, it does work with some of their RX-series cameras like their Cybershot RX10, RX10 Mark II and RX10 Mark III and some of their HDR cameras and some of the NEX VG cameras so this is very popular on the market if you are a Sony videographer it slides easily on the top you lock it in place and then we have the XLR microphone which does come with a windsock it’s the fluffy type lock it in place and here on the side is where you have your input capability so I’m just going to plug in the XLR microphone now I’m going to show you how this works we’re actually going to insert a video where I’m working with this microphone and a lavalier microphone that I usually work with so you can hear the difference between both of them so stay tuned for that so again if you are in the market for a nice audio microphone kit for your Sony mirrorless camera take a much closer look at the Sony XLR K2M adapter kit Now this is a test of the Sony XLR K2M microphone adapter kit it’s right now on top of a Sony a7S II connected by the multiport of course, is set to phantom power we have it set in the controls for of course channel 1 because we’re using the microphone that comes with it we have it set to 10 dB and the gain is set to 5 so we’re showing how this records again with the Sony a7S II and then you’ll also be able to hear as always when we’re working with our lavalier mics connected to our now Canon 5D Mark IV Well I hope you found this video to be helpful if it did remember to hit me up with a like button underneath and subscribe to our channel for future tutorials frequently asked questions and unboxings and don’t forget if you’re ever in Miami come say hello at Digital Goja Showrooms Happy Shooting!