To close out our four part video series, we’ll be discussing a microphone’s Electrical Output. When selecting a microphone, it’s important that the mic is compatible with the electrical characteristics and the physical connections of your audio mixer, recorder or computer. If it isn’t, you may experience problems, such as humming, buzzing or no audio at all.
Watch Part IV of our “Understanding Microphone Specifications” series, as we help you learn the importance behind a microphone’s sensitivity, impedance and wiring configuration. We’ll also cover phantom power and share specifications that only apply to condenser mics.
A Shure associate since 1979, Davida Rochman graduated with a degree in Speech Communications and never imagined that her first post-college job would result in a lifelong career that had her marketing microphones rather than speaking into them. Today, Davida is a Corporate Public Relations Manager, responsible for public relations activities, sponsorships, and donation programs that intersect with Shure at the corporate and industry level.
At Shure, it’s not only our passion to make great microphones, but also to ensure you know how to use your Shure mic for a particular purpose. That’s why we’ve put…
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