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• Plugs directly into your computer via USB, no driver
• Compatible with most recording, streaming and
• Broadcast-quality sound
• Super Cardioid Polar Pattern to reject unwanted sounds
• Record sample rates up 24-bit/96 kHz
• Built-in headphone output with volume control for
monitoring computer sound output
• Included foam windscreen reduces breath and popping
Type: Back Electret Condenser | Polar Pattern: Supercardioid |
Frequency Response: 20-20,000 Hz | Sensitivity: -35 dBV/Pa | Max.
SPL: 135 dB SPL | Sampling Frequency: 44.1/48/88.2/96 kHz | Bit
depth: 24-bit | Power Requirements: USB bus power DC 5V |
Dimension: Ø54 × 150 mm | Net Weight : 422 g | Output : USB (Type-C)
/ Headphone (3.5 mm phone jack), 110 mW + 110 mW (32 Ω load)
USB Type-A to
USB Type-C cable
ZUM-2 ZOOM USB MIC
Blue light shows mic is receiving USB power when
connected to your computer.
Headphone Volume Knob
Control the headphone volume.
Headphone Output Jack
1/8”(3.5 mm) stereo jack for connecting your
USB Port (Type-C)
USB Type-C port for connecting your computer.
Functions of parts
RELATIVE RESPONSE IN dB
FREQUENCY IN Hz
Preliminary setup with computer
Open System Preferences >> Click Sound >>Click the
Input tab and the Output tab to select ZUM-2 as the
device for sound input and output.
Open the Start Menu >> Click
>> Click System >> Click Sound on the left panel >>
Choose ZUM-2 in the drop-down menus for Output and
Use a USB cable that supports