Lavalier microphones are typically small and discreet, making them ideal for situations where a microphone needs to be hidden or where a larger microphone would be obtrusive. They are also useful for situations where the speaker needs to move around or use their hands, as the microphone can be attached to their clothing and remain in place.
Lavalier microphones are available in both wired and wireless versions. Wired lavalier microphones connect to a recording device or sound system via a cable, while wireless lavalier microphones transmit audio wirelessly to a receiver or recording device.
Lavalier microphones come in a variety of sizes and types, with different features and specifications to suit different applications. Some lavalier microphones are omnidirectional, meaning they pick up sound from all directions, while others are directional, meaning they are designed to pick up sound from a specific direction. They may also have features such as wind protection or noise reduction to improve audio quality.