TV mics

August 2008
Broadcast Engineering;Aug2008, Vol. 50 Issue 8, p34
Trade Publication
The article focuses on using the right kind of microphone. It is important to choose the proper microphone type and the polar pattern. Due to basic audio frequency physics, microphones are less directional as the frequency goes toward bass. Microphone lines carry weak, tiny signals which are vulnerable to inductive hum and noise from motors lighting dimmer packs and ground loops.


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