The Ultimate Guide to Condenser Microphones for Home Recording

  The microphone plays a very important role in the entire recording and mixing process. It is the number one voice to radio wave. That is, if your radio has a problem here, even if you have a good mixing console, Effects can not be saved. Microphones on the market together with the types of brands add up to say there are hundreds of species, in the end how to find a pair of microphones for their own use?
  Dynamic microphone and condenser microphone design principles
  According to the internal structure of the microphone can be divided into two kinds of dynamic microphone and condenser microphone, the former principle is to use sound waves to promote the diaphragm, and then shock film driven coil, the use of changes in magnetic lines have a weak voltage. This microphone is the most common microphone on the market, the general arena or hand-held microphone is the majority of this, it does not need external power supply can be inserted directly into the speaker system pronunciation, because this microphone is more portable , The frequency response is not bad, so the popularity is high;

  BY-SM80 Stereo Condenser Microphone
  The BOYA BY-SM80 is a stereo X/Y condenser microphone that delivers broadcast quality stereo sound to your DSLR camera, video camera, or audio recorder. This microphone provides greater control of your audio than the internal mics on DSLR camera, video cameras, or digital recorders.
boya condenser microphone
Which use the distance between the capacitor to produce changes in the voltage, sound waves to promote gold-plated diaphragm, and the capacitance of the two metal version of the distance as long as there is a slight change, it will change the microphone output voltage, the capacitor itself needs power supply , So you will see that some wired microphones require a battery pack and others have to rely on the virtual power supply on the mixer so if you buy a condenser microphone, remember to check if your mixer is supported it. Often recording studios tend to use condenser microphone for radio reception because of their high sensitivity and generally better dynamic and frequency response than moving coils. However, if the studio soundproofing is not good enough, you will find that Condenser microphone instead is a bother.
  Condenser microphone are superior to dynamic microphones in terms of sensitivity and extended high-frequency (and sometimes low-frequency) response.
  This is related to the principle that condenser microphones need to first convert a sound signal into a current. In general, the condenser microphone diaphragm is very thin, it is easily affected by sound pressure and vibration, resulting in the diaphragm and capsule diaphragm backplane voltage corresponding changes. And this voltage change will be followed by preamplifier multiples of amplification, and then converted into sound signal output.

Wireless microphone
Shotgun microphone system
Stereo microphone system
Lavalier microphone
BY-M4C Lavalier Microphone
ENG/broadcast microphone
Conference microphone system
Smartphone microphone
BY-MM1 Cardioid Microphone
BOYA wireless microphone
BY-WM4 Wireless Microphone
BY-WM5 Wireless Microphone



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