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    Looking for a good and cheap lapel mike so I can keep my recorder secure when I am on my motorcycle.
    I keep it in my shirt now and am affraid it my come out on the hwy.

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    lapel mike

    What kind of recorder do you have? That might help us make better recommendations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thebigsd View Post
    What kind of recorder do you have? That might help us make better recommendations.
    Sony IC recorder I believe 3.5mm plug

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    Do you mean lapel "Mic"??? As in Microphone? Because I don't know of any guys named Mike that would hide under your lapel holding a recorder for you. Ok, enough of the smart ass comments from me. I have 2 different kinds for my recorder (Olympus) but they do not have their brand name on them and for the life of me I can't remember who makes them.

    But one has a shorter cord and larger Mic head. This is nice for what you are talking about.(the one I use the most) Fits well without a mile of extra cord to hide. The other is about 9 inches longer than the first one I described, has a smaller head but requires an in-line watch battery to make it work. If your battery dies then you lose your mic. Plus as I said the mile of extra cord.

    The sound quality is the same for both and I believe they both cost about the same. Radio shack, wal-mart and about any other retail store carries them.
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