The Rycote Stickies Lavalier Adhesive Pads are double-sided adhesive pads used for mounting lavalier microphones to clothing and skin. The adhesive is standard in the medical industry and offers a viable alternative to clips and pin mounts. The disposable pads are packaged in packs of 30.
- Suitable for Lavalier Mics
- Mount Mics Silently for Interviews
- Fix Small Personal Mics on Skin/Clothing
Rycote 065506 Overview
Rycote 065506 Specs
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)|
5.2 x 4.9 x 0.3"
Rycote 065506 Reviews
It's kinda amazing how a low cost item adds so much value to productions. I love not being able to see the mic in talking head videos. The stickies will last a whole day and talent likes when you mic them up, feels more professional. Always will have this in our sound bag going forward.
works great, no russtle
Better than all the various forms of tape out there. Convenient and fast, good for concealing lavs.
These stickies are simple, but profound. They work well to conceal the mic and limit the russeling sound from clothes. These are a must have for wedding days and interviews
Thank goodness for these little guys. We were filming with lavs under the shirt and these guys stuck to chest skin no problem without any discomfort.
Rycote double stickies
These double sided adhesive tacks are the most used expendable in my sound mixer's package. From mounting BLM mics for car dialogue scenes, sandwiching lav mics between button-down shirt fronts, to high-placed lavs on the sticky so i can wrap a overcover over the top edge to create a mini Wookie, Rycote stickies are indispensable during my production sound work.
Does what it says it does and does it well
it sticks, keeping away the fabric noise and it stays on, even when talent is moving. it works on clothes, bare skin and it holds. you can also put a few on top of each other between talent skin and clothing, voila, it's concealed!
I could stick lavs and forget!
Clear sound sells the production...
These ingenious small devices are a god given tool for the audio toolbox. Given this pandemic I’ve invented a way to get that sound without loosing my lag mic in an inexpensive way, see the attached photograph...thank you BH for the introduction and providing me with a source...I tried to attach a photo, but for some reason it did not work, so I will explain: you take a stickie attached it to a protective mask (just to the side of the mouth), then attach your lav mic mic. The mic comes right off after the interview. I’m already setting up to order more, this time three packs so I will never run out!!!
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