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Lav Rods & Sticks (old school style)

Category: Lavalier Last Updated on March 21, 2015 Fred Ginsburg
lav rod (rifle cleaning rod)Very often it is necessary to run a lavalier cable down the front of a shirt, blouse, or dress. Or, perhaps, down the trousers leg of tight fitting slacks.

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[PRESENTATION] Rigging Lavaliers & Wireless Mics

Category: Lavalier Last Updated on August 27, 2011 Fred Ginsburg, Steve Savanyu, Audio Technica

shirt triangle2 lgThis is a PDF copy of the visual slideshow that accompanied Fred Ginsburg's presentations at NAB 2011. Audio Technica sponsored a series of free workshops every day of the conference. These graphics discuss outside-the-clothing as well as hidden-under-clothing techniques for mounting lavaliers.

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[REVIEW] Audio Technica BP896

Category: Lavalier Last Updated on August 29, 2011 Fred Ginsburg

BP896 in blazer lapel.The BP896 is truly one of the tiniest microphones available today in the (non-spyworld) open market. It is only one tenth of one inch in diameter at its thickest part! It compares in size to the older Countryman B6 lavalier, which is also one-tenth of one inch around.

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Selection and Use of Lavalier Microphones

Category: Lavalier Last Updated on August 22, 2011 Fred Ginsburg

Countryman EMW and B3Originally, the term "lavalier" referred only to the "neck-worn" or "body-worn" class of small microphones. These days, the working definition of lavalier has been extended to include virtually any miniature microphone small enough to be worn on the body and/or hidden in the set.

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