"In my opinion, there is really no comparison between the Big Ears Parabolic Microphone and the Klover MiK. The Klover microphone has a much tighter pickup pattern. The Klover microphone has a completely different focus method and sounds much more like a condenser shotgun microphone."
Audio Mixer Steve Koubridis Implements Company’s Klover MiK Solutions to Capture Live Sports Audio As a nearly 30-year veteran in the sports audio arena, Steve Koubridis knows a thing or two about quality, high-performance products. When he discovered the Klover MiK™ from Klover Products™, designer and manufacturer of live sports audio and video production equipment, […]
Company to Present its Parabolic Microphone Equipment and Compressed Gas Lens Cleaner in Europe for the First Time Klover Products™, designer and manufacturer of live sports audio and video production equipment, is presenting its Klover MiK™ parabolic microphone equipment and accessories, and Klear Shot™ compressed gas lens cleaner to a worldwide audience at the 2018 […]
Klover Products (the parent company of Sound Shark Audio) recently received its second patent from the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. This patent covers the design of the smallest of Klover Products’ parabolic microphones (collectors). A separate patent was previously granted for the design of Klover Products’ larger models. The small parabolic provides a great […]
Well known writer Ty Ford recently posted a very thorough review of the Klover MiK parabolic microphones. Ty spent quite a bit of time at our NAB booth in April and he expressed interest in the quality of audio that could be captured with a parabolic mic. We agreed to send him some demos after […]