KLOVER MiK PARABOLIC MICROPHONES
Parabolic microphones are a staple in the broadcast industry, often seen on the sidelines of professional football games and behind the scenes at many other sporting events, but they are also used for military/tactical as well as fire and rescue applications.
SURPASSING THE STANDARDS SET BY AUDIO PROS
“We hear things that were all but impossible to get before (switching to the Klover MiK)”
Senior Mixer for Fox Sports & Audio Consultant, Fred Aldous
SUPERIOR TECHNOLOGY. EXCEPTIONAL CLARITY & FOCUS.
THE KLOVER MIK PRODUCES DEFINITION AND CLARITY TWICE THAT OF OUR COMPETITOR
The true parabolic shape of the Klover MiK collector provides a very focused pickup pattern. Your operators will need to be more careful to keep the parabolic “aimed” at the point of interest than when using a non-parabolic collector, such as the “Big Ears” products, that they may have used in the past. Learn more about the perfect shape of the Klover MiK.
Continue reading below for more details on each model.
OUTSTANDING SAFETY FEATURES.
Our competitors use PVC or metal to construct their handles. PVC is brittle and creates sharp, spear-like edges if broken. Metal handles can also cause serious injury to the operator and athlete. We use carbon fiber tubes for handles and mic yokes. These tubes crush into small pieces and lose all integrity if broken. For more protection, all protruding studs have been removed from the front of the dish.
Sporting events can be a dangerous place for television technicians. Watch these videos to see a few examples.