KLOVER MiK line of parabolic microphones

Known as our “shotgun killer,” The KLOVER MiK 09 is a versatile microphone perfect for videographers. With a range of over 30 feet, it offers superior directionality compared to traditional shotgun microphones. It is compatible with omnidirectional lapel mics and offers built-in protection and a durable design.

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KLOVER MiK 09 Standard


Our smallest broadcast quality parabolic microphone, available in silver or black finish

KLOVER MiK 09 Accessory


Includes our accessory mounting bracket that allows flash shoe accessories, such as compact LED lights, to be mounted to the base. Available in silver or black finish

"The good news is that your microphones are working great. They capture the sound on the court as well as I could have hoped. I'm not sure that they exceed the quality of the audio on the World Padel Tour videos, but they at least match it." "Generally, everybody is thrilled with the quality of the audio produced by your microphones. I haven't yet seen anybody copy us yet, but it's only a matter of time. I'm not shy about telling anybody who asks that your parabolic microphones allowed us to leapfrog the professionals in terms of audio quality."

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Robert Shearing

Robert Shearing Productions
"Are you trying to bankrupt me? I'm just a poor Canadian A1. I pulled the parabolic out of the box yesterday and instantly had a ton of interest from some of the crew. My tech manager loved it. He wants one for his DSLR. He came in during the game and listened in real-time. I'm sure he'll be ordering one soon. I've attached some of the pics where I mounted it. Thought it was pretty ingenious. You may notice in some of the pictures a shotgun on top of the lens. Had to do the AB comparison. Well, no comparison at all. I'll take it."

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Steve Koubridis

Sound Engineer at Steve Koubridis Audio Services
"The small size of a parab was intriguing, but I wanted to hear it. I have used the parab on Wrestling and on Judo. Due to the small size of the dish, it didn't stand out in the shot. I heard this "tearing" noice and couldn't figure out what it was. Finally, I saw a person pulling masking tape off of a roll 30 feet away from the parab! It doesn't have a tin can sound, nor does it have a resonant hum. Overall you could say I was pleased with my purchase, but maybe a better term would be ecstatic."

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Rodney Kobayakawa

HI Pro Streaming, NEP (Retired) Author of Basic Remote TV - Field Audio Explained
"I was impressed with not only the quality of the materials used to build the Klover parabolic microphones, but also the clarity and presence of audio."

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Dan Weecks

Weecks Productions
"The amazing beauty of your product (KLOVER MiK-09) is that in about a minute one can use whatever lav they have as one of the world's farthest-reaching mics simply by inserting it into the parabolic dome! One can use their lav in a sit down interview one minutes and a couple of minutes later as a fantastic shotgun. And we can easily afford to use two mics at once, one for the person talking on the left and the other for the person talking on the right."

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Randy Gardner

Freelander Reality TV
"Ever since I built those boxes around the 9-inch KLOVER MiK and put it on the backstop at baseball and softball, all of the SEC teams that have come to town ask what we are doing for on-field audio. I showed them pics of the boxes with parabs and I've sent them all your way! The other schools that have come to town say the audio we are getting from those parabs are as good or better than the SEC tournament in Hoover. Needless to say they are working out amazing for us." (We provided the custom-cut foam used in our flight case and Chase built a box around the foam.)

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Chase Willimas

Audio Engineer, Auburn University
"Hi Paul, thank you for letting us test the parabolic mic it's a wonderful
device, I would like to move forward with purchasing the mic ..." "I set up a zoom room similar to how a mobile van operates, talent walks in the room sit down without having to put a mic or IFB on, this space has been steamily helpful when a guest has tested positive and our team has to keep our distance."

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Ray McKinney

Dir. of Operations - CBS Morning News

The KLOVER MiK 09 Features

Versatile Setup

Designed to be used with any omnidirectional lapel mic and converts any microphone to a long-distance shotgun equivalent

Capture Multiple Speakers

Capture natural conversations between multiple speakers without passing around a handheld microphone or wiring people up with individual microphones.


The KLOVER MiK 09 parabolic microphone has no handles and is made from ballistic-grade plastic and aluminum, making it the most durable parabolic microphone on the market.

Discrete Design

Minimize distractions while capturing long-range audio.

Built-in Protection

A break-away joint protects your equipment from danger if dropped or hit.


Enjoy longer reach and more directionality than a traditional shotgun microphone

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  • Accessory Mounting: Not available

KLOVER MiK 09 Accessory

  • Accessory Mounting: The standard aluminum block is replaced with a block that has two flash shoe mounting slots

Both Models

  • Range: 30 to 50 feet in ideal conditions
  • Amplification: Approximately 6x
  • Dimensions: 10 x 9 x 3 inches
  • Dish Outside Diameter: 9 inches
  • Collector Diameter: 8 inches
  • Weight: Approximately 10 ounces
  • Collector Dish Thickness: 1/8 inch
  • Frequency: 40 Hz to 15 kHz
  • Focus Point: 1-1/8 inch behind the inner face of the aluminum frame
  • Pickup Pattern: Approximately conical (15 degrees off center) (See “Test Results” tab below)
  • Microphone: Omnidirectional lapel up to 5/16 inch diameter
  • Mounting Options: Aluminum block with 1/4-20 tapped hole and flash shoe adapter is standard. The block can be replaced with the included cylindrical rod for mounting in a shotgun mic clamp.

KLOVER MiK 09 Alternative Product

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custom mounting brackets for KLOVER MiK parabolic microphones

Custom Bracketry

We can create custom bracketry for you to mount our parabolic microphones on poles or pipes of various sizes with various angles. This has been helpful in both broadcasts as well as security applications.

custom Klover Box enclosure for KLOVER MiK parabolic microphone

Custom Enclosures

We’ve designed low-profile, custom enclosures to protect parabolic mics mounted in dangerous areas, such as behind the backstop at Major League baseball games.

custom array of KLOVER MiK parabolic microphones

Parabolic Mic Arrays

This specialty design was created to detect drones approaching secure sites, such as government buildings. Needing coverage for a large area of sky, we designed an array of separate parabolic microphones to listen from any direction within a sector of the sky.

Custom Enclosure Examples

Two custom parabolic microphone enclosures were created for Tropicana Field, home of the Tampa Bay Rays. They were resized to fit the backstop and a shelf for an optional remote camera was added.

custom Klover Box enclosure for KLOVER MiK 16 parabolic microphones for the
custom Klover Box enclosure for KLOVER MiK 16 parabolic microphones for the Tampa Rays

The Minnesota Twins also purchased two custom enclosures for Target Field.  They were resized to fit the trapezoidal opening in the  backstop.  A shelf for an optional remote camera was also added.

custom Klover Box enclosure for KLOVER MiK 16 parabolic microphones for the Twins
custom Klover Box enclosure for KLOVER MiK 16 parabolic microphones for the Minnesota Twins

Two custom parabolic microphone enclosures were also created for Minute Maid Field, home of the Houston Astros.  They were resized to fit the existing signage along the backstop.

Klover Box enclosure for KLOVER MiK 16 parabolic microphones at MLB playoff game

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"Sad Sam the Cameraman" mascot for KLOVER MiK parabolic microphones.
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