Coming in hot for this new year, Zoom has an announced a brand new little package of a few of their products, the Zoom F1-LP. Coming with both a very effective field recorder in the F1 and a nice and easy lavalier microphone in the LMF-1, we have a perfect solution if you need some high-end recording for stationary environments, interviews, speeches, presentations, podcasts, sermons, and more. There are of course a lot of lavalier microphones out there in the world, but paired up with a Zoom recorder for a decent price for a nice bundle? Let’s see what exactly the Zoom F1-LP has to offer and if it’s worth the money.
As obsessed as we are with all types of microphones, whether it’s their shape, size or overall build, there’s nothing quite like a lavalier microphone. A question we’ve often heard is, which microphone is best for me? While we’re here, for lavs, it’s their convenience, small size, discrete fit on a person and the overall quality they can provide our performances, speeches and recordings is what makes them special. For those who have not seen one as of now, you have probably noticed those small clip-on mics seen most commonly during newscasts, sports anchors and more. Although they’re recommended for those types of uses, there are many other applications lav mics can be useful for. Today we review the top 10 best lavalier microphones in the market to help your shopping endeavors.