microphone boom

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Noun1.microphone boom - a pole carrying an overhead microphone projected over a film or tv setmicrophone boom - a pole carrying an overhead microphone projected over a film or tv set
pole - a long (usually round) rod of wood or metal or plastic
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A new, pliable microphone boom - a unique bendable design with multiple encased microphones - swings out of the way when not in use and can be muted.
There's an obvious difference with the headset which is in the form of the microphone boom being on the right rather than on the left.
Pilant Technologies, which can be found in Booth C12721 at the NAB Show, has given theSmartBoom LITE series some advanced features and design enhancements, including technology thatallows the adjustable microphone boom to act as an on/off switch for quick muting.
With a microphone boom, this is worn by a non-crew member to talk to the crew while on flight.
It doesn't matter that you can hear cameras buzzing, or that there's a microphone boom over your head.
The six-figure deal follows the recent acquisition of Panamic Sound Booms, which makes microphone boom poles used by sound recordists.
We have a microphone boom on the X-11 that can bend in any direction.
The average sound pressure levels in the room at the microphone boom for each test frequency in the 50 Hz one-third octave band are shown in Figure 3.
For example, if you are listening to music with the microphone unmuted and you hit the microphone boom with your hand, it picks up the sound and plays it over the ear piece.
KEVIN BACON proves he's one of the best - and bravest - actors in Hollywood by taking on a role that others wouldn't have touched with a microphone boom. He stars as Walter, a 45year-old convicted sex offender who returns to his home town after 12 years in prison hoping to start a new life.