Dynamic microphones are still the bread and butter of most live music venues with the classic Shure SM58 vocal mic appearing on stages all over the UK. However, with more and more microphone brands releasing microphones that focus specifically on frequency range, feedback rejection and reduced handling noise, are people getting more confident and using the condenser? To use a condenser microphone you must have a mixer that can supply phantom power or have a microphone that uses batteries to power itself.
Typically, a dynamic microphone doesn't need any power and prefers loud situations whereas a condenser reacts well in studio environments. There are microphones that push these boundaries so feel free to browse our selection of live vocal microphones from top brands including Audio-Technica, AKG, EV, Sennheiser, Shure and Rode. Popular microphones include the Shure SM58, Audio-Technica AE6100, Rode M2 and Sennheiser E835.
© Copyright 2016 A.C. Entertainment Technologies Ltd. All Rights Reserved - E&OE