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Peter GroomRe: Microphone recommendation
by on Jan 10, 2011 at 3:57:58 pm

Thanks guys.
Ty
Id already factored in money for an inductive loop. Seems ovbious bearing in mind the ages of the audience. Mic wise, the one you suggested would need to be mounted on a lectern or something. They dont have that, and I think a quality handheld will be better given its undefined use, but mostly speaking.

Jordan
Ive no intention of installing myself. Im a studio dubbing mixer and this is outside my remit. That said i can help them out a bit and make some suggestions, but ultimately a install company would be doing it.
Myidea is to increase the number of speakers spread throughout the room, but have them all directed away from the stage area. Buy having lots of units, the spl from any 1 can be a lot less reducing feedback issues. Theyll all be in front of the mic, never behind.

And lastly, yes you can pop in even the best mic, but a bit of training in its use will go a long way.

Cheers
Peter

Peter


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