We are often asked if you can use a shotgun mic with (inside) a parabolic microphone. We’re sorry but this is just not workable.
If you happened to watch the January 12th episode of Hawaii 5-0 you saw one of our KLOVER MiK 16 parabolic microphones being used as a prop.
There are two critical issues related to operating the KLOVER MiK parabolic microphone: how it is aimed and how the parabolic is held.
Airshows set up a large public address system that blasts out music and an announcer. The volume of the PA system is turned up to a level so spectators can hear the PA over the aircraft.
We are excited to release our new “KLOVER MiK 09 Accessory Bracket” this week at NAB 2016. This bracket allows two shoe mount accessories to be attached to the base of the KLOVER MiK 09 parabolic microphone.
We are excited to release our new Tactical (TE) version of the KLOVER MiK 26 parabolic microphone.
Our first patent, covering the construction of our larger parabolic microphones, was issued this week.
The Broadcast Bridge ran a nice article on the KLOVER MiK parabolic mics this week. It gives a good overview of our history and some of our recent applications.
We recently received some sample videos from one of our customers and we wanted to share them with the world. They both show the excelent audio recording of a human voice that the small parabolic microphone .
Dave Grundtvig, an audio engineer that has been mixing basketball for Turner Sports and CBS Sports for years, tested the KLOVER MiK-09 at the NBA Summer League this past summer and loved it.
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.