(term) Handling Noise

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    Refers to the sensitivity that a microphone exhibits to movement, the actual holding of the microphone and shock. A microphone's ability to lower handling noise is a direct result of the construction of the microphone, and to that end, some manufactures employ internal shock mounts for the capsules to eliminate as much handling noise as possible.
     
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