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List Of Microphone Manufacturers
... The following is a list of microphone manufacturers with articles ... AKG Acoustics Audio-Technica Audix Behringer Beyerdynamic Blue Microphones Brauner Brüel Kjær Core Sound LLC Earthworks Electro-Voice Gauge Precision Instruments, Inc ... GSA AUDIO Heil Sound Horch JZ Microphones Lauten Audio Lawson Line 6 M-Audio MIPRO Microtech Gefell Nady Systems, Inc ...
Blue Microphones - Microphones - USB
... Blue Microphones designs and creates professional-quality USB microphones, including the multi-pattern USB mic, the Yeti and Yeti Pro, the world’s first USB and XLR microphone combining 24 bit/192 ... In January 2012 Blue announced their new Spark Digital microphone ... The Spark Digital is an expansion of the Spark XLR studio microphone ...
Taper (concert)
... who records musical events often from standing microphones in the audience for the benefit of the musical group's fanbase ... Although taping is usually done with microphones, often bands will allow plugging into the soundboard for a direct patch ... setups are generally portable, operating on high quality condenser microphones, phantom power, a microphone preamplifier and a recording device all of which are battery powered ...
Microphone Connector - XLR Connectors
... Most commonly used on professional microphones, the common 3-pin XLR connector is a standard for transferring balanced audio among professional audio equipment ... The 4-pin XLR connector is also commonly used on amateur radio microphones, but transferring unbalanced audio instead, and using the 4th pin (with the common ground) for a push-to-talk (PTT) circuit activated by a ... Some broadcast radio professionals also use these microphones, instead using the PTT circuit as a cough button (a momentary mute button) so that they may cough, clear their throat ...

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