I want to use a CMC-5042PF-AC microphone (datasheet: http://www.cui.com/product/resource/digikeypdf/cmc-5042pf-ac.pdf) to send the type of audio signal a component would expect on an RCA line (line level I am guessing). It's going to go to a wireless video/audio transmitter, which would normally except a line level signal form an audio source such as a security camera.
Here is the schematic for the mic:
I am connecting it to 5V power. From what I understand, the R1 resistor would determine the sound level, so I can play around with that to figure out what works best. But what about the capacitor? I can't find in the datasheet what kind of capacitor to use. I have seen people in other schematics use a 1uF cap. Is that what I should do? Or is there a formula I need to use to figure out the cap I need. Also, does it matter if it's a ceramic cap?
Thanks for any hints.