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Calvaryf
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Best setting for a podium mic

I'm looking for the best setting for my t1 tone match for a podium mic. I can't find a good setting and I'm getting feedback. It's an audio technica brand. I read on a Google search to use the 80hz bypass. Any help would be great. Thank you

 

 

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Calvaryf
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Re: Best setting for a podium mic

So I did some research and I set the settings to volcal mic and flat then made adjustments. Still echoing. It's on the verge of feedback. Tips would be greatly appreciated. Another thing I noticed is the to e is very high and the volume is high. 

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Re: Best setting for a podium mic

Hi Calvaryf,

Thank you for your post, welcome to the forum! 

Which speaker system are you using with the T1 mixer? If you're getting feedback, make sure the microphone is not placed directly in front of the speaker. 

An 80Hz bypass would filter out low-end rumble or hum. If you're noticing a peak when hitting the top E, I recommend going into the ParaEQ on the T1 and reducing this specific frequency - you may find this table useful for this.

Hope this helps!

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