Dynamic Microphone

Term Category: Technology

A dynamic microphone is a type of microphone commonly used in singing and live sound applications. It operates based on electromagnetic induction. When sound waves hit the microphone's diaphragm, it causes a coil of wire to move within a magnetic field, generating an electrical current that represents the audio signal. Dynamic microphones are known for their durability, ability to handle high sound pressure levels, and resistance to moisture and dust. They are often preferred for live performances due to their reliability and suitability for capturing vocal and instrument sounds in various environments.

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