Equipment for Speakers

PowerPoint Tips

Lavaliere mic. Another Lavaliere mic. I’m writing this during the Coronavirus pandemic and I just heard that webcams are on backorder. That’s because so many more people are presenting and attending meetings from home. So I thought I’d list my recommendations for equipment for speakers, including webcam, lighting, screening, mics, and much more. The links are on Amazon. Note: They are affiliate links.). You can see all of the items in one place here. Lighting.

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How to use a microphone

Speak Schmeak

I'm not going into the details of a handheld vs. fixed vs. lavaliere mic except for this: if you're wearing a lavaliere mic, make sure to turn it off when you use the restroom!

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Public Speaking: Which Type of Microphone Should I Use?

Great Public Speaking

There are three types of microphones: shotgun, handheld and lavaliere. Lavaliere The lavaliere is a wireless microphone that clips onto your clothing. Public speaking often requires the speaker to use a microphone.

Public Speaking: Microphone Tips

Great Public Speaking

The first is a lavaliere mic that clips to your lapel or collar. When wearing a lavaliere, speak conversationally with the same amount of volume and vocal projection you would use to address a small group. If you are speaking in any venue that is larger than an average sized classroom or conference room, I strongly suggest using a microphone to prevent vocal strain. There are two types of microphones you are likely to encounter.

Public Speaking - Tips For Television and Video

Great Public Speaking

Make sure a lavaliere or lapel microphone and transmitter can be attached to your clothing. MEN * Wear knee-length socks. Always keep double breasted jackets buttoned. Single breasted jackets can be opened, but not too wide. * I SAY AGAIN Wear Makeup. TV lights can penetrate several layers of skin. You can't possibly shave close enough to prevent whiskers from showing without makeup. Don't forget makeup on receding hairlines or bald heads.

Don’t complain to your audience

Dave Paradi's PowerPoint Blog

And the microphone was a wired lavaliere mic. Last week at a conference I saw a speaker do something that I recommend never doing. She complained about the A/V setup to the audience. The room wasn’t the best room, I’ll give her that. It was what we refer to as a bowling alley room - very long and narrow, so the last row was quite a distance from the stage. The screen was set directly under a fluorescent light that couldn’t be turned off unless you darkened the entire front of the room.

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Public Speaking Advice: 7 Timely Tips for Pre-Presentation Preparation

Fripp THE Executive Speech Coach

Hand-held, lavaliere, or Lectern? Public Speaking Advice.   7 Public Speaking Timely Tips for Pre-Presentation Preparation. By Patricia Fripp CSP, CPAE. The big day has come. You are ready to deliver your presentation. To guarantee your success there are still a few final steps to take before you face your audience and thrill your meeting planner. Check in early. Arrive early to check out the logistics of the room in which you will be speaking. Is there a platform and where is it?