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How should I place the tie mic

I'm using a Bardi US880 series mic with a tie clip. when I set it up the sound is very low. If I increase the volume, it feedsback immediately. how best can I set up the tie clip mic.

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Typically you want to wear the mic 6 to 8 inches below your chin clipped to the lapel area. It seems in this case it has more to do with EQ and speaker placement. If you can stand behind the speakers while using the mic. The sound bouncing back and forth between the mic and the speaker is what causes feedback. Also try setting the mic channels EQ with the following settings.
Turn Lows down to about 7 to 9 O'clock
Play with Mids to match actual source, but never boost above 12 O'clock
Keep highs around 10 O'clock (boosting highs increses chances of feedback.) If to muddy sounding keep highs aroun 12 but not over.
Good Luck

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