August 9, 2016, Janesville, WI — Klover Products Inc.’s line of parabolic microphones capture sound waves with pinpoint accuracy at a wide variety of sporting events throughout the year. Now, they will be used at the Summer Olympics!
Bexel, a major supplier of broadcast equipment to the television industry included the four of Klover Products 16-inch parabolic microphones in its inventory of equipment going to the Olympics. Paul Terpstra, co-owner, engineer and product designer, states that, “It’s very exciting to know that our product is going to be used at the Olympics. We don’t know yet exactly how they will be used but you can be sure that we will be keeping a close eye out for them as we monitor the games.” He continues, “Our products have been used for the Super Bowl, World Series and NBA playoffs but the Olympics is the pinnacle of sports and we’re very proud to be play a small part in the television coverage.”
In 2011 Klover Products owners, Paul Terpstra and Patrick Santini, were approached by Fox Sports to develop a new parabolic microphone because their audio engineers wanted a better product. The Klover MiK 26 inch parabolic was born! “We hear things now that were all but impossible to get before switching to the Klover MiK,” states Fred Aldous, audio consultant and senior mixer for Fox Sports. Fox now uses the Klover MiK 26 exclusively for their football broadcasts.
For further information, visit: www.kloverproducts.com. To schedule an interview, contact: Paul Terpstra, pterpstra@KloverProducts.com or 608-346-2392.
Klover Products, Inc., designs and manufactures parabolic microphones and video production equipment that includes: the Klover MiK™ line of parabolic microphones, Klover Box™ parabolic enclosures, Klear Shot™ lens cleaning systems, along with various accessories. One patent has been approved on the construction of the Klover MiK™ by the U.S. Patent Office. A second patent application is pending. Klover Products, Inc., is located at 5807 W. Fenrick Road, Janesville, WI 53548.