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With its ergonomically molded earpiece and unobtrusive one-inch boom, Audio-Technica’s BP893 MicroEarset offers inconspicuous placement along with clear, natural vocal pickup. Its lightweight low-profile design makes the microphone ideal for use in theatrical performances, houses of worship and broadcast studios.<br/>The BP893 MicroEarset is positioned unobtrusively over the ear. Its omnidirectional miniature condenser capsule offers outstanding pickup tailored for natural vocal reproduction, with audio reproduction similar to that of a high-quality lavalier microphone. The microphone is also ideal for use in violin pickup; wear the BP893 over the ear as usual, with no need for clamps on the violin.<br/>
 

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I am an 70 year old violinist beginning to suffer hearing loss. I do not currently wear any hearing aids. To insure proper timing of my violin bowing it is imperative when playing with an orchestra that I not only hear my own instrument, merely inches from my left ear, but the whole orchestra around me. I find I often can not hear my own instrument. Is there such a device which will connect to,or be in proximity to my violin and amplify it (via a cord) to a speaker-device in my ear(s)?
2 years, 7 months ago
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