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 Best Microphone's For Any Type Of Radio Broadcast

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PostSubject: Best Microphone's For Any Type Of Radio Broadcast   Sun 15 May 2011, 10:29 pm

The best microphone you can have is the Electro Voice RE20. Many FM Stations Use The Microphone, During Broadcasts. They Go For About $420 Total. If You Want Something Cheaper Try Looking For A Shure Microphone. They Are Good For Music,Talk, And What Not. When Getting A Microphone Try Not Getting A Unidirectional Microphone, Because Most Of Them Sound Muffled And Crappy. Try Getting A Good Dynamic Omnidirectional Microphone. Radioshack Has Good Microphones For About $20-$30 Dollars, And They Are Well Worth The Cash. Used Microphone's Aren't Your Choice. You Never Know Who Had It Last Or What They Did With It. If Its Refurbished Then I Suppose Its Alright. With A Microphone Be Sure To Get A Windscreen. A Windscreen Is A Round Foam Ball That Goes Over The Microphone Head. You Can Get Them For Around $5.00 Or A Package Of Them For About $11.00. Now,Now Don't Panic! Your Microphone's Plug Doesn't Fit Inside The Microphone Jack On The Computer, And You Don't Have A Mixer? Well All You Need Is A 1/4 To 1/8 Inch Adapter. You Can Find These At Radioshack For At Least A Dollar Or Two. Hope You Found These Tips Useful! Happy Broadcasting.

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PostSubject: Re: Best Microphone's For Any Type Of Radio Broadcast   Mon 16 May 2011, 6:44 am

Thx for the tips.
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