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THE Best BOYA Condenser Microphone Reviews

There not exist a rule, or a standard recipe. But a few useful things about microphones will help you to know what to choose and how to use them. One of the criteria is price, next is the environment (home, live, studio etc).If you have a good microphone, a good performer, and a good room to record, you can get excellent recordings results. Microphones are varied, and everyone is wondering what microphone needs to record something.Microphones are incredibly important when it comes to building a studio.
  If you have a good microphone, a good performer, and a good room to record, you can get excellent recordings results. Microphones are varied, and everyone is wondering what microphone needs to record something.Microphones are incredibly important when it comes to building a studio. They are the centerpiece of all gear setups. If you’re looking to buy a microphone specifically for recording, we recommend going with a condenser microphone. In our opinion, it may seem like there are a lot of condenser mics out there to choose from, but if you narrow it down through research in terms of the overall reviews, cost-to-quality and personal use we’ve experienced.

  There not exist a rule, or a standard recipe. But a few useful things about microphones will help you to know what to choose and how to use them. One of the criteria is price, next is the environment (home, live, studio etc).

  Condenser Microphones-BY-VM01 Condenser Mini Microphone

  The BOYA BY-VM01 mini Microphone is designed for recording audio while making videos, along with this mic your camera can create higher-quality audio. It designed for use with a digital SLR cameras and camcorder with a 3.5 mm (diameter) stereo mini-pin jack, and fits into compatible camera shoes, and connects to the camera via the 3.5mm mini-plug. Equipped with a cable stop which holds the cable in place to prevent noise from being recorded with accidental. Reduces vibration noise during autofocus.

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  Many people name them studio microphones, because they are used a lot in the studio, capturing detailed frequencies.

  To record voice details, or acoustic instrument, the best way is to use a condenser microphone.

  Condenser Microphones Technical DetailsCondenser means capacitor. A capacitor has two plates with a voltage between them. In the condenser mic, one of these plates is made of very light material and acts as the diaphragm. The diaphragm vibrates when struck by sound waves, changing the distance between the two plates and therefore changing the capacitance. Specifically, when the plates are closer together, capacitance increases and a charge current occurs. When the plates are further apart, capacitance decreases and a discharge current occurs.

  Condenser microphones with small diaphragm have higher self noise, low sensitivity, wider frequency response, and a greater dynamic then microphones with large diaphragm.

  Technical Notes:

  Condenser microphones need for this additional 48V power source also called Phantom Power.

  Condenser microphones have a flatter frequency response than dynamics.

  A condenser mic works in much the same way as an electrostatic tweeter (although obviously in reverse).

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