We received notice today that the US Patent Office has approved our first patent. It covers the design of the two larger models of the Klover MiK. It is very exciting news.
Weecks Productions just posted their review of the KLOVER MiK 09 parabolic microphone.
We recently had the opportunity to demonstrate the Klear Shot video lens cleaner for Fox Sports at Lambeau Field.
NPR recently ran a story about what was required to provide the great audio for the World Series. Joe Carpenter discusses how he uses parabolic microphones.
Two KLOVER MiK 16 parabolic mics were used at the 2014 World Series games in San Francisco due to location challenges and problems with obstructing the fans view.
But let’s get back to the Sound Shark story. Randy Gardner, a freelance producer from Upland, California, visited the Klover / Kernwer booth at the 2013 Convention for the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), and asked if it would be possible to create a small...
In our last post we talked about how Sound Shark Audio came to be. Today let’s talk a little about the history of Klover Products, Inc. Klover Products was incorporated in March of 2012 by Patrick Santini and Paul Terpstra. Patrick brought years of experience in the...
Sound Shark Audio is the consumer products division of Klover Products, Inc. Klover Products was incorporated in 2012 in order to produce parabolic microphones for Fox Sports to use on the sidelines of NFL and college football games. This photo shows the prototype the...
The KLOVER MiK 16 parabolic microphone and the Klover Box 16 enclosure were used at the 2014 baseball playoffs..
Dan Weecks of Weecks Productions posted a short interview we did at the 2014 NAB Convention. He was impressed with the new KLOVER MiK 09 parabolic microphone.
The KLOVER MiK 26 parabolic microphone is now shipping with larger handle grips.
Fox Sports used three Klover parabolic mic enclosures for the broadcast of the 2014 All-Star game.
Thanks to Jason Martin for this photo of a KLOVER MiK 26 parabolic microphone being used to capture audio at a rodeo.
The Recording Engineer’s Handbook includes a photo of the KLOVER MiK 26 parabolic microphone.
Duke University posted a nice article about the KLOVER MiK parabolic microphones they saw at our booth at NAB 2014.