Best collar mics for video recordings and podcasts
In this list we pick out the best collar mics that you can buy and use for video recordings, podcasts and more.
The Rode LAVAGO lavalier lapel microphone features a 4.5mm miniature microphone with a 3.5mm jack. The lapel microphone features an omnidirectional condenser capsule It can be used with most 3.5mm TRS microphone inputs like DSLR and recorders. The microphone features a Kevlar reinforced cable. It comes with a pop shield, a pouch as well as a mounting clip. The Rode LAVAGO lavalier lapel microphone comes in two colour options of black and white.
This lavalier microphone is more on the expensive side because it comes with the whole package of a transmitter and instrument cable. The transmitter features antenna-switching diversity reception with integrated antennas. You can also select UHF frequencies within a large bandwidth range. It also has automatic frequency management and synchronisation via remote channel for easy setup. The Sennheiser wireless lavalier microphone comes bundled with a rackmount kit.
This is a budget lavalier microphone option that’s ideal for podcasts, video and voice-over recordings. It features an omnidirectional microphone capsule that is said to provide clear and natural sound. In addition to the microphone you also get accessories including mic clip, windscreen and storage pouch. The Sennheiser XS Lav has a 3.5mm TRRS connector that can be used with mobile devices as well as computers.
This is a very pocket friendly collar mic that you can get for video and audio recordings. It has a 3.5mm TRRS compatible jack that is compatible with smartphones, tablets as well as computers. The microphone’s cord is 16 feet long so you can easily move around while recording videos. With the LUZWE collar mic you get only the microphone along with a clip-on. So if you’re looking for a cheap collar mic to get easy recordings done then you can consider this one.
The Boya BYM1 is an omnidirectional microphone that is ideal for video recordings. It can be used with smartphones, DLSR, camcorders, audio recorders, and PC as well. The microphone features an omni pickup pattern that is said to capture full 360-degree sound. You also get a smartphone switch button with the microphone. The Boya BYM1 lavalier microphone can be used with action cameras too but for this a TRRS to TRS adapter is required. This microphone is also a good budget option that you can consider.
The JBL CSLM20B is another omnidirectional lavalier microphone that you can use. It features a 3.5mm TRRS jack that makes it compatible with most DSLR cameras. It can also be used with mixer amplifiers with 6.3mm adapters. It’s powered by an LR44 type battery to connect to DSLR cameras, and the cable length is 6 meters long. In addition to the microphone, you also get a tie-clip, windshield, adapter, LR44 battery and a carry pouch.
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