Boundary Microphone


A boundary microphone is designed to rest on a table or flat surface. The flat surface becomes part of the microphone’s sensor. You place the microphone on a surface that becomes, in effect, a larger eardrum. The table helps to capture the sound of people conversing. A boundary mic is good for capturing a number of people who are, say, sitting around a table reminiscing about events.

It’s half-omni directional—picking up sound from all over the room in a half-dome above the table pickup pattern.

Advantages: Boundary mic is good for capturing sound from a group at a table.

Disadvantages: Boundary mics also pick up any activity on the table. Tapping, pounding table, bracelets or jewelery that strikes the table will be amplified.


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