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Friday, January 28, 2005
 

While searching the web doing research on mics suitable for sound-seeing tours (where you create a podcast by walking around and describing what you're seeing), I ran across an article on how to create your own binaural stealth mic out of an old pair of headphones for around US$4...perfect for stealth podcasting!:

http://art.simon.tripod.com/stealth.html

The author mentions better quality mic elements available from Panasonic...I've been told that the high-sensitivity elements best suited for sound-seeing are Panasonic model WM-61A, which also go for around US$4 a set (plus shipping).

If you're not up to the task of trying this yourself, you can buy a prebuilt (and presumably better at US$69, despite using the same Panasonic mic elements) version from Sound Professionals on the web:

http://www.soundprofessionals.com/cgi-bin/gold/item/SP-HMC-1

(Note that these do not function as headphones, although for an extra US$20 Sound Professionals offers a set that can be switched between mic and headphone.)

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