Clean Sound of the Klover MiK 16 Parabolic Microphone
With most parabolic microphones, movement between components causes the plastic dish to generate unwanted, irritating squeaking noises that are picked up by the microphone.However, all of the Klover MiK’s connections incorporate vibration isolation components to eliminate these unwanted noises. (Patent Pending).
For the More “Technically Minded”
It is common for parabolic microphones to have two handles located on opposite sides of the dish with no support between them. As a result any movement of the handles causes the plastic dish to generate vibrations and unwanted noise that is picked up by the electronic microphone.
All connections to the Klover MiK’s dish incorporate vibration isolation components to eliminate these unwanted noises. In addition the handles are designed to be rigid so the operator cannot distort the dish.
Rapid motion of the dish can cause the pickup microphone itself to exert forces on the dish’s rim and create noise. We have incorporated vibration isolation components into the support for the Klover MiK’s pickup microphone so this noise is also eliminated.