lapel microphone

lapel microphone

[lə′pel ¦mī·krə‚fōn]
(engineering acoustics)
A small microphone that can be attached to a lapel or pocket on the clothing of the user, to permit free movement while speaking.
References in periodicals archive ?
He admitted assault and criminal damage to a PS239 lapel microphone on Mr Farage's suit.
THE TIMES MILKSHAKE BANDIT TO PAY FARAGE'S CLEANING BILL A charity volunteer who threw a milkshake at Nigel Farage has been ordered to pay the Brexit Party leader PS350 to replace his lapel microphone and for dry cleaning.
Najib was then seen removing his lapel microphone and walking off the studio, with the camera still running and Jolley still shooting off questions.
Today we return to see our classmates and partners taking their classes." Eventually someone handed him a lapel microphone, which he held to his mouth to deliver the rest of the speech.
He was unaware that his lapel microphone was already on when he said that he badly needs a bathroom break.
Cameron stepped away still wearing his lapel microphone and could be heard singing to himself as he reached the door of 10 Downing Street, his official residence, in video footage broadcast by ITV.
This new range of products supports analogue audio with audio-follow-video switching and the two microphone inputs broaden potential install uses by ensuring that dual microphones can be used for say a lectern and lapel microphone using the integral microphone mixer so that the presenter can talk over parts of the presentation with ease.
During the debate, Mr O'Connor alleged there was lack of union recognition at TV3 and began to fumble with his lapel microphone.
In this seminar Missall will cover microphone basics, demonstrate microphone pickup patterns, booming techniques, shotgun microphones, when to use a lapel microphone, the best interview microphone, as well as wireless microphone applications and tips and tricks for eliminating unwanted noise during production.
She is seated next to her daughter, actress KC Concepcion, who deftly weaved our lapel microphone inside her black dress and up the shoulder strap where she clipped it inconspicuously.
Inside, a practitioner can perform a sight test or contact lens fitting wearing a lapel microphone and practitioners outside can review the dialogue (Peer Review) or it can be seen simultaneously across the Internet, or with a live audience in the lecture theatre.