PARALLEL AUDIO LAPEL MICROPHONE SET.
A lavalier microphone or lavalier (also known as a lav, lapel mic, clip mic, body mic, collar mic, neck mic or personal mic) is a small microphone used for
television, theatre, and public speaking applications in order to allow for hands-free operation.
Lavaliers are the go-to microphone when requiring a localised, portable and hands-free solution when micing your speaker. Lavaliers are primarily used with dialogue,
where headsets or handhelds are usually used by singers for reasons of quality and proximity.
Types of Lav; Most lavaliers are omni-directional and offer consistent capture even when the sound source moves–for example the subject turning their head.
Different designs include some that are more durable, moisture resistant, or more sensitive to higher frequencies. Dual clip designs attach the cable to the clip
to reduce tension and vibration noise. The differences in design revolve mainly around the clips, housing, and mounting styles.
The biggest divergence is found in lavaliers that use a cardioid pattern. These highly directional microphones should be considered in cases where a narrow
pattern is needed to reduce the impact of noisy environments.
Mounting; There are three main methods to consider when attaching a lavalier to the talent: clip, adhesive or strap. Your decision is based around the type
of production and amount of permissible visibility, wardrobe limitations and the potential mounting points.
When mounting the mic, the sternum is a suitable location as it strikes a good balance between proximity and distance from the sound source. Try experimenting
with different positions, like mounting towards or away from the sound source while paying attention to the resulting changes in sound.
Multi-function LCD display for channel/frequency, sensitivity, battery status indicator, Alkaline/NiMH battery selection.
Patented IrDA technology for 2-way data transfer between transmitter
100 frequencies agile in 25 MHz bandwidth.
±40 KHz peak deviation.
35 mW maximum transmission power.
Supports various lavalier, headset and instrument microphones as well
as guitar cable.
Uses 2 x AA batteries to operate.
Low current consumption.
Long operating time up to 16 hours.
Standard 4-pin mini XLR connector.
1/4 wave whip antenna.
A choice of various lavalier or Headset microphones.
MT and GT gain controls for beltpack microphones.
Detachable belt-clip for changing of wearing position.
Matching battery charger: HC2.
Generating Element: Back electret
Polar Pattern: Omni-directional
Sensitivity: 10mV per Pascal, 100mV at 114dB SPL
Weight: 15g (with 1.5m cable)
Impedance: 3KΩ (2-5KΩ)
Bias: 1.3V (1-20V)
Current Drain: 30μA at 1.3V (10-60μA)
Rs: 16KΩ nominal
Frequency range: UHF 520-675MHz (3 available bands)
Switching bandwidth: 25MHz
Switchable frequency: 100
2-way synchronisation: Yes
RF power output : <35mW**
Spurious emission: > 60dB below carrier
Dynamic range: > 110dB
Display screen: LCD
T.H.D.: < 0.5%
Peak deviation: ±40KHz
Antenna: 1/4 wave, whip antenna
Battery type: AA x 2
Operating life (Alkaline) : 16 hrs
Charging function: Yes
Battery charger: HC2
Connector: 4-pin mini-XLR type
Dimensions (mm) : 84 (L) x 64 (W) x 23 (H)
Microphone input: Lavalier/headset microphone
Weight (g): 76