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Cyclemic for Studio Cycling Instructors
Cyclemic for Studio Cycling Instructors

Cyclemic for Studio Cycling Instructors

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The Cyclemic is an orange and black headmic for Studio Cycling Instructors to use with a wireless bodypack. The Cyclemic is a reshaped Aeromic finished with a “J” curve to drain sweat away from the frame. It delivers greater reliability for some of the sweatiest instructors on the planet. Cycling Class Instructors! This is because, as a “no impact” class, they tend to keep their heads in a fixed, leaning forward position. They don’t have the freedom that other fitness program instructors have. They can move about freely and “aerate” the mic capsule as they teach. We had to do things a bit different for the pedal pushers, but it’s the same price and the same great Aeromic build quality.
 
The current Cyclemic CM11LS Series has our Carbon Collar! We protect the new Low Sensitivity capsule by both a double mesh inside and a Carbon Collar outside. The Carbon Collar is acoustically transparent. It protects the mesh in front of the mic's capsule from getting clogged or wet with spit or sweat.
 
The CM11LS will deliver more voice loudness before feedback than previous versions. It will work with all the latest transmitters like those from Shure and many other big and small brands. The Low Sensitivity capsule is easier to use with Digital Processors to eq the sound in a fitness studio. Everyone's a winner with the LS! Another exclusive feature is the PhatFrame. It adds more strength to the one-piece frame. You can easily mold the AM11LS to a firm fit for a range of head shapes and sizes. It has an all-steel cable with four layers of sweat defence at the connector. It’s the next best thing to indestructible!
 
Every Cyclemic is hand-made by the Aeromic Team in Sydney. It is the only mic we know of that’s guaranteed for 2 long years* against sweat damage. Even if it’s used for up to 7 classes a day, 7 days a week*. Most alternative mics exclude sweat or "moisture" damage in the warranty statements.