[AG-TECH] noise reduction

Robert Putnam putnam at tonka.bu.edu
Thu Jun 8 11:48:32 CDT 2006


Although I don't have specific mic recommendations to make, one suggestion
is to make sure that mics are as close as possible to the users.  That
might mean mic'ing each person individually rather than trying to use a
room mic for everyone.


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   Good morning,

   I am a project lead for an AG node at CSU. The room we are considering 
   using is quite noisy and we're trying to find the best possible solution 
   for this issue.

   Short of re-locating the room (or the two large air-conditioning units) I'm 
   looking for microphones that might help with noise reduction. Has anyone 
   else dealt with noise reduction successfully by using a specific brand or 
   type of microphone? Or used any other tricks of the trade?

   Thanks in advance for any help!
   Lisa Metz
   Lisa Metz
   Computer Support Analyst
   Engineering Network Services
   Phone: 491-3465
   Email: lmetz at engr.colostate.edu

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