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Author Topic: Lavaliere Microphone Troubles  (Read 6340 times)

Ron Balsom

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Re: Lavaliere Microphone Troubles
« Reply #20 on: October 27, 2009, 08:49:14 am »

Plenty of good advice here on the feedback issues. With the mics, they're getting smaller and less expensive. With someone that wears glasses all the time, earlier, I've used the available miniture theatricals like Shures # 93 series or Audio Techs # 830.  Since the Countryman style has others 'in the game' now, APS has simular at around $120.  It is an "earset" in design.  I just straighten it out slightly and super glue it to the inside of the eyeglass frame. Be sure to keep the head away from the lenses about an inch or so to prevent a "boundry effect" and turn it downward slightly.  Has always worked great. Again, the usual sensitivity and feedback issues are still present and need to be addressed just like any other mic. The proper use of "problem-solving" gear like a compressor and gate will help. Good luck, Blessings,  Ron Balsom HPCC  Casper, Wyoming  
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