Quick-Change MicrophonesProvider Series' new Head-Clip turns any lavalier microphone into a head-worn mic. 4/03/2008 10:56 PM Eastern
Provider Series' new Head-Clip turns any lavalier microphone into a head-worn mic.
Provider Series' new Head-Clip turns any lavalier microphone into a head-worn mic. Perfect for theaters, houses of worship, large conference rooms, or any other venue where the user could benefit from the flexibility of having two microphones in one. The Head-Clip is actually a 1.25-millimeter wire frame that hooks over the user's ears and extends down the left cheek. Each frame includes five "E" clips (available in three sizes) and attaches to any manufacturer's lavalier mic. Bending and molding it into the frame's shape, the clips hold the lavalier in place so it can be used as a head-worn microphone. The Head-Clip fits nearly everybody and can be trimmed to fit young children. They are available in black and tan and come in packs of one for $69, two for $129, five for $279, or 10 for $499. For more information, call 678-377-4885 or visit www.providerseries.com.