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Shure launches the MoveMic, a compact lavalier microphone

These lav mics provide 100ft of range, 8hrs of use, and plenty of app controls.

Published onMarch 5, 2024

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  • Shure launched the MoveMic, a small wireless Lavalier microphone available in MoveMic One (single channel) and MoveMic Two (dual channel) options.
  • Features include up to 24 hours of recording time per charge, IPX4 splash resistance, and integration with Shure’s MOTIV apps for audio configuration.
  • The MoveMics are available now, with prices ranging from $249 to $499, depending on the package.

Shure, a well-known brand for audio products ranging from microphones to headphones, has introduced the MoveMic Microphone System, a small, dual-channel mobile wireless lavalier microphone. Designed for a range of users, from content creators to journalists, the system aims to deliver professional-grade audio quality in a portable form.

The MoveMic series encompasses two main configurations: the single-channel MoveMic One and the dual-channel MoveMic Two. An optional MoveMic Receiver complements these microphones for extended compatibility with various devices, including cameras and computers. The microphones boast a lightweight design, weighing just 8.2g, and are engineered for discreet usage with a minimal visual profile.

Shure’s MoveMic system promises up to 24 hours of recording per charge, facilitated by a charging case that provides two additional charges. It features an IPX4 rating for resistance against water splashes, making it suitable for outdoor use. The proprietary technology and custom acoustic design within the MoveMic aim to ensure high-fidelity voice recordings with minimal background noise.

The MoveMic system is available for purchase through Shure’s website and selected retailers, with pricing set at $249 for MoveMic One, $349 for MoveMic Two, and $499 for the MoveMic Two Receiver Kit. Accessories, including magnet lavalier mounts and white windscreens, are expected to be released in spring 2024.

In a notable application of the MoveMic system, Shure has partnered with the Living Tongues Institute for Endangered Languages, showcasing the microphone’s capability to support the preservation of endangered languages in remote regions globally. This partnership aims to underscore MoveMic’s utility in demanding fieldwork, highlighting its potential beyond typical content creation scenarios.

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