I use these for depositions, and other legal matters, therefore indoor, in conference rooms , medical offices and such. My question is the following: I have them connected to a mixer, and the cord from the mic (which I apply to the lawyer's tie or his coat) is so sensitive that even if it's hanging on the leg of an attorney, and he taps nervously his foot, I can hear the "thump, thump" of the cord bouncing on his leg in my headset. Any suggestions on how to reduce this annoying issue? I try to also tape part of the cord to the conference table, but I can still hear taps, or rubbing of clothes against the cord.
Thank you for any suggestions.