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Articles Tagged Lavaliers

  • Tuesday, February 17, 2015
    dpa micrphones
    PSW Staff 02/17/15 01:03 PM,
    DPA Microphones has announced the launch of the d:fine In-Ear Broadcast headset microphone, primarily targeted at broadcast hosts and guests who use in-ear monitors to communicate with their producers backstage or to hear foldback from people interviewed outside the studio. “By integrating a monitoring component into our d:fine headset design, we have succeeded in combining two parallel systems and creating an easy to use solution that eliminates the need for separate in-ear monitors and headset microphones,” explains DPA product manager… View this story
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  • Thursday, February 12, 2015
    microphones
    Craig Leerman 02/12/15 03:17 PM,
    What are generally categorized as “miniature” microphones come in three basic configurations: lavalier, headworn and suspended. As someone who does a lot of corporate shows and events, I’ve got quite a bit experience with all three types. Lavalier mics (“lavs”) can be attached to clothing (usually via a clip) or hidden in costumes, hats and even hair (usually for theatrical performances) to pick up vocals without being visually distracting. They come in wired versions but are far more commonly are… View this story
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  • Wednesday, May 07, 2014
    microphones
    Gary Parks 05/07/14 04:44 PM,
    It’s great to have microphones available that are small enough to hide on the bridge of a violin, on the bell of a sax, or near the mouth of a singer – and yet produce excellent sound quality with sufficient gain before feedback that they can be used for professional sound reinforcement. Headset, lavalier, instrument and other miniature mics have become both smaller and better over the years, to the point where some sound engineers choose them over larger format… View this story
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  • Monday, March 03, 2014
    shure
    PSW Staff 03/03/14 12:50 PM,
    Shure Incorporated has extended its line of SM microphones with the introduction of two new headset microphones—the SM35 Performance Headset condenser microphone for live sound applications and the SM31FH Fitness Headset condenser microphone for fitness instructors. Shure has also unveiled the PGA31 Headset condenser microphone and the Centraverse Lavalier (CVL) Condenser microphone, both designed for presentation applications. “We’re pleased to offer new options that add versatility to the Shure product line,” said Chad Wiggins, category director for Wired Microphones at… View this story
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