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Microphone wanted

Posted By jimp2000 10 Years Ago
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jimp2000
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Not strictly a computer prob.



Can somebody recommend a supplier/ make os really good quality stalk or lapel mikes. Needs to be able to pick up a very soft voice at about 10" range and be very robust particularly the jack plug. Will pushed in and removed about 5 times a day.



I have been trying cheap computer stalk mikes but they only last about two weeks before the wire breaks.

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Only one tried recently, but very good is hand held mike from Curry's. Its a Hitachi (hmp 505) model with on/off switch, professional cable and includes adapter to use on computer (3.5mm). Cost £9.95 from Curry's, bargain!





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Thanks but handheld mikes are too big and the person it is for has no use of their hands



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