Condenser Microphones

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Due to their capacity to capture a bigger frequency range compared to their vibrant counterparts, condenser microphones are typically discovered more often within the studio setting. They have a faster output, but they are also more susceptible to loud sounds and more fragile are the elements. While dynamic microphones are generally more robust and long-lasting, making them ideal in live circumstances, it is becoming more prevalent to use condenser mics in a live situation. Usually they involve 48v energy that is normally delivered to a microphone via an XLR cable from a stand-alone microphone preamp or one that is incorporated into a mixer or audio interface.

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