Microphones

Microphones


Choosing the correct microphone for your venue
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Masonic temples, magistrates courts, committee rooms, meeting room and conference room
A masonic temple, magistrate court, committee meeting room and conference room are often laid out in many different ways depending on the type of meeting taking place and how many people are attending. By using our unique sound-wave boundary microphone (SBM) sound is picked up from the entire room at the correct level for the induction loop system to operate. Compared to the impractical or expensive method of giving individual microphones to speakers, or using a shared microphone the SBM is the ultimate choice for this application.

Churches without a public address system
If a stand-alone induction loop amplifier is required the system may require a microphone at several locations in the church. For the main person speaking a tie clip radio microphone will ensure freedom of use throughout the church.  For the pulpit, lectern and reading desk a hand held radio microphone can be placed on a goose neck fitting. The microphone can be removed from the gooseneck and put away when not in use.  The hand held microphone can also be placed on a microphone floor stand and used at any location in the church i.e. in the central aisle on special occasions. A boundary microphone is best suited to be placed on top of the altar.

Churches with a public address system
Churches with an existing public address system simply need an audio connection lead to be connected from the existing PA amplifier to the induction loop amplifier.

Schools and village hall without a public address system
If a stand-alone induction loop amplifier is required the system may require a microphone at several locations in the hall, For the main person speaking a tie clip radio microphone will ensure freedom of use throughout the hall.  For the stage one or two hand held microphones can be placed on a microphone floor stand(s) and used at any location in the hall i.e. on the stage or on the main floor area.

Schools and village halls with a public address system
Schools and village halls with an existing public address system simply need an audio connection lead to be connected from the existing PA amplifier to the induction loop amplifier.

Residential and communal rooms without a public address system
Residential and communal rooms without a public address system may require use of a microphone throughout the room. For an entertainer a tie clip microphone will ensure freedom of use throughout the room. For bingo calling a hand held radio microphone can be placed on a microphone floor stand and used at any location in the room.

Residential and communal rooms with a public address system
Residential and communal rooms with an existing public address system simply need an audio connection lead to be connected from the existing PA amplifier to the induction loop amplifier.


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