Question about Magic Sing Along Consumer Microphone
I think most probally the wire connects to the mic unit is shorted or some solder has loosened
Posted on Aug 13, 2008
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I do not know if an overhead microphone will work satisfactory for your application, unless you have several of them placed in the ceiling or it is a small room. You can use a boom with a shotgun microphone to direct it over the speaker. You may want to consider a parabolic microphone which is highly directional gathering sound from the direction it is pointed in. You may have to have an individual point the microphone at the speaker, and it known to have a poor low frequency response. You can look at the diagram from the below link and try to experiment with a cooking wok to see how it works.
The better parabolic microphones will have a bigger dish and price tag with a directional microphone or a shotgun microphone.
A parabolic microphone is what is used by the media for outdoor sporting events which you can see at football games on the sidelines to hear the players on the field without a lot of crowd noise from the spectators.
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