Condenser Microphone

Term Category: Technology

A condenser microphone is a type of microphone that converts sound waves into electrical signals using an electrically charged diaphragm and a backplate. Condenser microphones require an external power source, typically provided through batteries or phantom power. They are known for their high sensitivity, wide frequency response, and detailed sound capture, making them popular for studio recording, vocals, and capturing subtle audio nuances. 

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