The effect of mutual inductance on the performance of a pair of Metglas/Pb(Zr,Ti)O3 laminate magnetoelectric (ME) sensors has been studied. The effective value of the ME coefficient (αME) for the laminates was reduced when the distance between was < 40 mm. Separating the two laminates by distances of > 40 mm, the effect of mutual inductance was small. The laminates exhibited the maximum values of αME. The ME sensor unit with two laminates connected in parallel had higher magnetic field sensitivities.