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The KLOVER MiK 26 parabolic microphone is our most powerful model, engineered to withstand the most demanding conditions. It can capture sounds and conversations from great distances with stunning clarity, up to 500 feet away. In search and rescue tests, calls for help were understood from over a mile away.

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Our new third generation “K” model includes two handles allowing operators to use both hands to hold the parabolic and be more accurate.

KLOVER MiK 16 Broadcast


Our newest model provides a plate for mounting your electronics and a neck strap to reduce operator fatigue.

KLOVER MiK 16 Hard Mount


Clear acrylic mounting plate instead of handles for nearly invisible, stationary mounting options.

KLOVER MiK 16 Sound Shield


Clear polycarbonate mounting dish instead of handles for increased sound isolation and nearly invisible stationery mounting options.

KLOVER MiK 16 in Enclosure

From $3,639

The heart of our KLOVER MiK 16 is supported and protected by a sturdy enclosure.

"As a result of this successful setup, we will continue to use the KLOVER MiK Parabolic microphone kits in remote classroom systems and future interactive cinema deployments for years to come."

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Steven B. Cohen

Industry Principal, HCL America
"It has really enhanced the viewer perspective. A lot of times in the comments we would notice people saying they couldn’t hear the questions that clearly (especially if media members were sitting in the back of the room)." (The Eagles purchased a KM-16 to capture reporter questions during press conferences.)

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Ray Doyle

Live Producer - Philadelphia Eagles
"They (the KLOVER MiK 16) simply did what other mics couldn't do. We pick up sounds and hear conversations happening at a whisper level at a great distance. This is something that other microphones and other technologies simply couldn't do based on the distance of these boats to the camera."

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Dan Beckham

Broadcast / Social Media Coordinator - Head of the Charles Regatta
"I've had a setup I've used for baseball for several years, but at the Little League World Series, we had to set up the shotgun mics back in a hallway that had the scorekeepers and other people walking around. I always ended up capturing "extra voices." When I switched to Klover (KLOVER MiK 16), all that went away."

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Devin Barnhart

ESPN Audio Mixer
"The parabs (KLOVER MiK 16s) are great. We have only gotten to use them with volleyball and soccer broadcasts, but they have really added a great sound to the show!"

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Weston Carter

Director of Video Services, Media Systems Auburn Athletics Department
"We just finished our first home stand and we loved the (KLOVER MiK-16) parabs. They sound so great! You can hear the pop of a mitt and the crack of a bat so crisply. They look sharp on television as well."

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Andrew Halverson

Director, Broadcast Minnesota Twins Baseball Club
"My team recently purchased a KLOVER MiK 16 Sound Shielf and are thrilled with the performance. We are looking to buy a couple more full KLOVER MiK 16 SS kits as a result."

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Tactical Ops / CTC-IS NCOIC

US Army National Training Center Operations Group
"The mic (KLOVER MiK 16) is awesome. I just used it this last weekend. It has always captured awesome audio and its easy to store and put together."

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Matthew Cunningham

Audio Technician
"I can say it (KLOVER MiK 16) localizes and amplifies/concentrates the animal vocalizations better than any other technology I have used."

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Kathryn Rohr

Nature Enthusiast
"I used them (KLOVER MiK 16s) for the 2013 ALCS and World Series, and they worked great. I also used them for the MLB World Series in Sydney, Australia, where I was forced to be much further from the action than normal, and they performed really well. I will definitely use them again."

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Joe Carpenter

Audio Engineer (Baseball Mixer Extraordinaire) (Mixer for Fox's MLB All-Star game and MLB post season)

The KLOVER MiK 16 Features

Highly Reflective Dish

Our stiff, highly reflective dish material is made from ballistics-grade plastic and provides a fuller audio signal.


Weighing just under 3 pounds, the KLOVER MiK 16 parabolic microphone is easy to operate and transport.

Vibration Insulation

We use specialty vibration isolation bushings on all attachments and handles to eliminate noise that may come from an operator’s movement.

Modular Construction

Attachments such as microphone yokes and handles are designed to be interchangeable so you can customize your KLOVER MiK for different jobs and easily replace damaged parts. The dish is designed to be safely stacked without scratching the critical internal surface.


With three different mounting systems, you can operate the KLOVER MiK by hand or permanently affix it for nearly invisible audio capture.

Designed For Safety

PVC is brittle and creates sharp, spear-like edges if broken. Metal parts can also cause serious injury to the operator and athlete. However, our carbon fiber parts crush upon impact. All protruding studs have also been removed from the front of the dish.

Sample Clips

Nightingale Song #2

Nightingale Song #1

Raw audio from behind home plate




Press Conferences

Nature Study

Security / Law Enforcement



Mechanical Noise Detection



  • Dimensions: 18 x 16 x 10 inches
  • Weight: Approximately 3 pounds
  • Mounting Options: Intended to be handheld, but one (1) 1/4-20 tapped hole mounting inserts are embedded into the lower handles for stationery mounting.

KLOVER MiK 16 Broadcast

  • Dimensions: 18 x 16 x 10 inches
  • Weight: Approximately 4 pounds
  • Mounting Options: Intended to be handheld, but a 1/4-20-tapped mounting hole is machined into the bottom handle for stationery mounting.

KLOVER MiK 16 Hard Mount

  • Dimensions: 18 x 16 x 6 inches
  • Weight: Approximately 3 pounds
  • Mounting Options: Four ¼-inch clearance holes are provided in the mounting plate for stationary mounting

KLOVER MiK 16 Sound Shield

  • Dimensions: 18 x 16.5 x 8.3 inches
  • Weight: Approximately 4 pounds
  • Mounting Options: Ten ¼-inch clearance holes are provided in the flange of the Sound Shield mounting bracket for stationary mounting

All Models

  • Range: 250 to 300 feet in ideal conditions
  • Amplification: Approximately 18 X
  • Dimensions: 18 x 16 x 10 inches
  • Dish Outside Diameter: 16 inches
  • Collector Diameter: 13.5 inches
  • Collector Dish Thickness: 3/16 inch
  • Frequency: 40 Hz to 15 kHz
  • Focus Point: 1-1/8 inch behind the inner microphone mount center hub (1-1/2 inch Behind the Front Face of the Collector Dish)
  • Pickup Pattern: Approximately conical (20 degrees off center)
  • (See “Test Results.")
  • Microphone: Omnidirectional or wide cardioid mic (lapel mics up to 5/16 inch in diameter or cylindrical/pencil mics 3/4 to 7/8 inch in diameter)

Education Center

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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