The 10 Best Microphone Clips
This wiki has been updated 11 times since it was first published in August of 2019. Microphone clips come in different styles suited for various situations, such as vocals at live events, recording in a studio, and broadcasting for TV. Our selections include models that can be attached to a stand to hold dynamic or condenser mics and others that can be clipped onto clothing to hold little lavalier mics. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best microphone clip on Amazon.
Micgripz Neon Performances aren’t usually meant to be subtle, so why go with a low-key mic holder? This neon green clip from Micgripz will add some color and pizzazz to a concert or comedy routine, and it’s intended for use with both corded and wireless microphones. micgripz.com
American Recorder Butterfly Ideal for use on drum sets, this sturdy clip will allow you to do your best Dave Grohl impression — that is, singing and banging away at the drums simultaneously. It’s made in the United States, with a two-inch clamp opening and protective pads to absorb vibrations and prevent slipping. americanrecorder.com
September 04, 2019:
In addition to several “universal” clips that are designed to hold microphones of various shapes and sizes, we’ve included small lavalier options that clip on to clothing, a versatile clamping model that can be attached to straight surfaces and round stands, and a clip designed specifically for use on drum sets.
Since wireless mics tend to be bulkier and heavier than their corded counterparts, not all clips are able to accommodate them. Of the items on this list, the Performance Plus MH4W-4, Audio 2000S AMC4171, On Stage MY110 and Moukey Universal will reliably hold wireless mics. The Moukey model in particular is a nice blend of value and durability.
Those looking for a well-built lavalier mic clip that will last a while should take a look at the Tetra-Teknica LPCLP-2P. Users appreciate its quality craftsmanship and strong hold, though some do note that it can be tough to insert the mic into it initially.