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Mounting Wireless Mic Body Packs

Discussion in 'Sound, Music, and Intercom' started by highschoolsound, Mar 2, 2011.

  1. jonliles

    jonliles Active Member Fight Leukemia

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    That's exactly why I store my elements in individual zip top bags. They stay loose in the bag and the bag keeps them from getting interwined with the cables of other elements. One portable file cabinet later, everything is safe in their own bags
     
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    JohnD Well-Known Member Fight Leukemia

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    I recently posted a link to this thread and the naked guys mic pac thread to another forum where this issue came up.
    PSW
    Here is an idea I hadn't seen before (post #9):
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    I prefer between the shoulder blades for Men and Women at all times, unless costume design becomes problematic. For women the rear bra strap height (or Bicep height, at middle of the back is great for Element and connection longevity. For men I don't have the X-elastic strap someone else mentioned, and just ask the actors to wear the elastic belts and neoprene belt "Above your the belly" and around your chest. It's not a BELT to hold your pants up, and will feel more comfortable and secure around the part of your body that doesn't flex. "It's also generally good for most stage action minus forward somersaults. Inside of the inner thigh i've done 3-4 times for tight or revealing fancy dress. Can we at least demand that all men are equipped with a under bra as part of their costumes?
     
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    jonliles Active Member Fight Leukemia

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    I have a tone of old beer coozies!
     

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