The Sports Video Group recently ran an article on how ESPN was trying to emulate a big-league game in their broadcast of the Little League World...
KLOVER MiK® Parabolic Microphones solve unique interactive theatre challengeFinal approved Version 7-7-21Steven B. CohenIndustry Principal, M&E...
Reporters are faced with a dilemma in the current environment of social distancing. How can they capture clear audio during an interview while maintaining a safe separation?
Presenting classes online is becoming more common every year. Streaming video of the instructor is quite easy, and using a wireless mic provides...
The Philadelphia Eagles are using our Klover MiK 16 parabolic mic to capture reporter questions during press conferences.
Why would you use a small parabolic mic instead of a wireless lapel mic?
When faced with the task of recording an interview, most people will turn to a lapel (lavaliere) microphone for capturing the audio. The small microphones are seen every day on television, and they are often used without our seeing them.
Why would you use a small parabolic mic instead of a shotgun mic?
Klover Products will be featured in an upcoming episode of “Project Pitch It”. Project Pitch It is a pitch competition for Wisconsin entrepreneurs similar to the popular Shark Tank television show.
Klover Products recently received a patent on the design of the smallest of Klover Products’ parabolic microphones (collectors).
Klover Products (the parent company of Sound Shark Audio) recently received its second patent from the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. This...
Well known writer Ty Ford recently posted a very thorough review of the KLOVER MiK parabolic microphones.
If you watched the April 25th episode of The Black List you saw very brief glimpses of two our parabolic microphones.
KLOVER MiK parabolic microphones were recently featured on the “Made In Wisconsin” segment of WISN, the ABC affiliate in Milwaukee, WI.
The co-owners of Klover Products recently completed the three-month long ExporTech training program aimed at increasing export sales of Wisconsin businesses.
After nearly six years in business together, Paul & Diane Terpstra have reached an agreement with Patrick Santini to obtain full ownership of Klover Products. The Terpstras have been responsible for the operation of the company since it was founded and this agreement will allow Patrick to concentrate on his primary focus, ModTruss, Inc.