The source of a Lavalier microphone is the speech (or occasionally singing). Unwanted sound sources include other people's voices, clothing or moving noise, ambient noise and loudspeaker sounds.
Usually balanced low-impedance output lapel microphone is the customer's first choice. Sufficient sensitivity is achieved with the moving coil and condenser head because the placement of the two microphones is relatively close to the sound source.
However, condenser microphone are generally more popular with people. Its structural design is more suitable for use on clothing. And it can be worn on pins, pins, or ropes hanging around the neck. Small size of this feature is its advantage.
Lavalier microphone microphone line must be properly managed and fixed, so that users can move to use. The lavalier microphone should be installed as close as possible to the mouth, usually under the lapel, tie and lanyard, for long gowns or other gowns to be placed in the neckline.
Omnidirectional microphones can receive sounds in any direction, whereas mono-directional microphones can only receive sound from the direction of the mouth.
Try to avoid placing the microphone on the underside of your clothing or avoiding placing your clothes or other objects in contact with or rubbing the microphone. This is especially important with mono-directional microphones.
BY-LM400 Dual-Lavalier Microphone
Its omnidirectional condenser capsule captures the sound equally from all sides of the microphone. This design lends to effective, hands-free recording of speeches, interviews, dictations and more.
The most common type of pointing is omni-directional, but a single-directional microphone can be used to control environmental noise and severe echo problems.
Good tips for using lavalier microphone include the following:
• Be sure to find the correct location and orientation.
• Be sure to use a blowout preventer if needed, which is especially important for single-point microphones.
• Do not exhale or touch the microphone and cable to the microphone.
• Never leave the head away from the microphone.
• Be sure to mute the Lavalier microphone when using a podium microphone or handheld microphone.
Conference microphone system
Shotgun microphone system
BY-DMR7 Shotgun Microphone with Integrated Flash Recorder
BY-VM600 Shotgun Microphone
BY-VM190 Shotgun Microphone
BY-V01 Condenser Microphone