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Mike Sokol

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Bingo Mics
« on: February 05, 2017, 05:25:32 pm »

While I have over 100 pro-level microphones in my mic locker, sometimes I just need a cheap "bingo" mic with a switch that I won't cry over if it get destroyed. I've tried one of these Talent mics at a church recently, and it actually sounded OK. A 3-pack in a case for $22 is a pretty good deal. Click http://j.tinyurl.com/jsp9uhn

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Re: Bingo Mics
« Reply #1 on: February 05, 2017, 05:42:59 pm »

Mike...

You may find they sell these in 3-packs so you can swap them out when the elements get soggy and the volume goes WAY down.  But don't worry.  They'll dry out overnight...
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Mike Sokol

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Re: Bingo Mics
« Reply #2 on: February 05, 2017, 05:56:21 pm »

Mike...

You may find they sell these in 3-packs so you can swap them out when the elements get soggy and the volume goes WAY down.  But don't worry.  They'll dry out overnight...

I use a mic with a switch for actual bingo games at a church, and they get dropped on the floor and beat to crap. Plus when I'm doing sound at a banquet I need to put a mic on a stand next to the catering manager so they can call the tables. I hate it when the stand gets knocked over and my "real" mic hits the floor. At less than $10 each with shipping I'll put up a "Talent" mic in those situations and stop worrying.
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