How do you get great audio from a "mark"?
It's important to have good audio from the "mark" because the "mark" is typically the star of the show and the "mark's" reactions and dialogue are usually cause for great humor. The best way to get great audio is to get the "mark" as close to a microphone as possible. In some instances, it may be possible to actually put a wireless lavalier microphone on the "mark", in other circumstances you could use area microphones placed throughout the room or perhaps the situation the "mark" is being placed into would allow for a microphone to be placed right in front of the "mark" in plain view. Below are some great suggestions for microphones you may want to use on your prank.
Entry Level Consumer Wireless Lavalier Kit - Price: $799.95 on Amazon.com
Sennheiser ew 100 ENG G3 Wireless Microphone System - B (626-668 MHz) with LyxPro Studio headphone is one option with a cost of around $900. The kit includes: Sennheiser EK 100 G3 Receiver, SKP 100 G3 Plug-On Transmitter, SK 100 G3 Bodypack Transmitter, ME 2 lavalier microphone and LyxPro Studio Headphone SKP 100 G3 Plug-On Transmitter transforms XLR equipped devices (such as microphones and mixing consoles) into wireless devices by simply plugging the unit in UHF Transmission, pre-configured with 20 banks 12 preset channels each, 1680 Tunable Frequencies Across 42 MHz Pro-Grade Closed Back Over-Ear Headphone for Live Monitoring & Mixing
Professional Level Wireless Lavalier Kit - Price: $2,654.55 on B&H Photo
Lectrosonics L Series, LR Receiver/LT Beltpack Transmitter with Mic and Accessory Kit (A1: 470.100 - 537.575 MHz)
The Kit includes: LR Compact Wireless Receiver, LT Portable Beltpack Transmitter, M152/5P Omni Lavalier Microphone, TA3F to XLRM Cable, TA3F to 1/8" TRS Cable, Camera Shoe Mount Adapter, Zippered Carrying Pouch.
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