Microphones & Wireless

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Compact wireless transmitter for guitar bass. Input - 1/4" Jack. The pedal type receiver, easily sleeping in Your pedal panel. The power from the battery. ..
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Reason for markdowns: The microphone was in the store, has cosmetic defects: small scratches, abrasions. Icon M-3 is a true large diaphragm (1", 25..
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Reason for markdowns: The microphone was in the store, has cosmetic defects: small scratches, abrasions. The Icon M2 is a Large Diaphragm Studio Condens..
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Combining Ludovic Lanen’s mastery of sound with the expertise of one of the best microphone manufacturers in the business has given us the TT1 Pro –..
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The TT1 cartridge has been specially designed for recording and reproducing the sound of acoustic instruments such as stringed instruments, wood, wind, guitars ..
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During the development of the Prodipe M-85, we placed a huge emphasis on obtaining perfect neutrality in the frequency response because we wanted to offer incre..
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This is a version of the LCT 240 with a rubber microphone mount. A version with a shock mount is available separately. The LCT 240 PRO is an extremely versat..
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LCM2 is an omnidirectional condenser lavalier microphone designed for use in a wide range of applications. The 3.5mm TRRS connector is designed perfectly work w..
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Digital Signal Processor (DSP) technology equipped, the Duo M850 model consists of two UHF bodypacks, channel display screen and easily accessible mute button, ..
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LCM2L is an omnidirectional condenser lavalier microphone designed for use in a wide range of applications. Compatible with various devices that are equipp..
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Prodipe MC-1 – new generation of professional dynamic mics for vocalists. "In the past, professional mics for stage vocalists were designed to boo..
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As a vocal artist, you should have your own performance microphone. Honestly. Every FOH engineer will sign that. Otherwise you never know who used your mic befo..
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The CKMOVA VCM5 is a compact supercardioid condenser microphone designed to offer high-quality audio for your recording. It reduces distracting ambient sounds o..
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The new Prodipe headset mic is specially designed for people on the move. It adapts perfectly to your morphology. Comfortable and light, it boasts a tailor-made..
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The CKMOVA VCM1 is a cardioid microphone. It is designed to improve the sound quality of video base on the built-in microphone, including TRS lines and TRRS out..
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The CKMOVA LCM5 is a professional omnidirectional condenser lavaliere microphone with a wide range of applications. The TRRS connection works with smartpho..
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Lewitt MTP 550 DM is the handheld performance workhorse with high gain before feedback, low handling noise, zero hassle. The new vocal performance standard. ..
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Studio mic with audio card. If you take a condenser capsule that has been optimised for vocals and instrument and then build an audio chipset into the mic's..
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Engineers of the world brand Lewitt created a new masterpiece among the microphones – LCT 441 FLEX! This is a continuation of the company's tradi..
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A simple, removable mic attachment that lets you sprinkle your voice into the mix. A gooseneck design means quick position adjustment, with easy connection..
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CKMOVA LCM6CD is a omnidirectional condenser double head lavalier microphone designed for use in a wide range of applications. The USB Type-C connector is ..
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LCM2C is an omnidirectional condenser lavalier microphone designed for use in a wide range of applications. The USB Type-C connector is designed perfectly ..
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Microphones & Wireless

Microphones

A microphone converts sound waves into electrical energy. Ever since their invention in the late 1800s, microphones have become an inseparable part of human civilization. Nowadays, mics come in all kinds of shapes, sizes, connectivity options, and functions each for its own purpose. Microphones are divided into three basic types:

  • Dynamic
  • Condenser
  • Ribbon

Dynamic microphones have a moving coil magnetic diaphragm and they are capable of withstanding sound pressure levels (SPL) that are higher extreme. Dynamic microphones require no external power and are incredibly durable. They can be wired or wireless.

Condenser microphones produce a far higher sound fidelity than dynamic mics thanks to a very thin diaphragm membrane, which transfers energy to a back plate and alters the capacitance of a circuit. The resulting sound is clean, crisp and detailed. Condenser microphones are generally more expensive than dynamic microphones and require the use of an external power supply, internal batteries, or phantom power supplied by a mixer.

Ribbon microphones instead of using a diaphragm, employ a thin metal ribbon allowing them to pick up the velocity of the air. This design makes them more sensitive to higher frequencies but retains a warm vintage voicing. Newer models work well for live multi-instrument recording in venues where the noise level is not loud.

A microphone polar pattern determines where sound is detected and at what angles a mic is sensitive to a sound source. Below are the most common types of polar patterns:

  • Cardioid
  • Supercardioid
  • Hypercardioid
  • Omnidirectional
  • Bi-directional

Cardioid microphones capture sound from the front and reject everything else from the rear and sides. Cardioid microphones are the most common type.

Supercardioid and hypercardioid microphones are more directional than cardioid and have a narrower area of sensitivity. These microphones provide improved isolation and higher resistance to feedback. Their enhanced ability to reject noise makes them ideal to use for loud sound sources, noisy stage environments or even for untreated recording rooms.

Omnidirectional microphones capture sound equally from all directions. This type of mic has a more natural sound because of their non-directional design that eliminates any rejection. 

Bi-directional microphones capture sound from both the front and back but rejects sounds coming from the sides. The front and back sensitivity make them ideal for stereo recording or for capturing multiple instruments.

Wireless microphone systems

Wireless microphone systems are sets of components that allow performers to move freely without worrying about long audio cables. Each wireless system requires a device to transmit a wireless signal (transmitter) and a device to receive a wireless signal (receiver). Transmitters convert the audio signal captured by the microphone into a radio signal. The signal is then sent to the receiver, which converts it back into an audio signal, which is then sent to the sound system. Wireless transmitters are usually located where objects or sound sources are located, while wireless receivers are usually located near a recording device such as a mixing console or camera. Wireless systems often include one or more transmitters, a receiver, a microphone and accessories.

Wireless transmitters

The role of the transmitter is to convert the audio signal it receives from the microphone into a signal that can be picked up by the receiver and then transmit it wirelessly. When it comes to digital wireless systems, the process involves converting an analog microphone signal into a digital signal. Wireless transmitters come in the two most common form factors:

  • Handheld transmitters
  • Beltpack transmitters

A handheld transmitter combines a wireless transmitter with a microphone capsule. Belt transmitters are designed to connect directly to an instrument or microphone. The belt transmitter is most often attached to the user's belt.

Wireless receivers

Available in a variety of form factors, wireless receivers receive the wireless signal from a transmitter and feed it to outputs for connection to your recording device. Common receiver types include portable camera-mount, rackmount, tabletop and plug-in models. Single-channel receivers work with one transmitter at a time, dual-channel receivers can simultaneously receive the signal from two transmitters, etc.

Microphones for wireless systems

Typically, a wireless system will have one of three types of microphones:

  • Handheld microphones
  • Headsets
  • Lavalier microphones

A handheld is usually a dynamic or condenser microphone with a built-in transmitter. A headset is worn on the head and the capsule is placed closer to the mouth. Lavalier microphones are small and unobtrusive and can be attached to the speaker's clothing. They are connected to a transmitter, which is usually worn on the belt.

Buy microphones and wireless systems in Musician.UA

You can buy microphones and wireless systems in our stores. It is also possible to place an order in the online shop. Delivery is carried out all over Ukraine. Thanks to the wide assortment, everyone will find a suitable product for themselves. You can always count on professional advice and assistance. We care about the quality of service and do everything we can to make sure you are satisfied with your purchase.