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3/4" capsule with cardioid pickup pattern is ideal for miking acoustic instruments, amps, drum overheads, and...
2 high-end Neumanns for stereo perfection in your studio.
No phantom power — no problem!
Extended frequency response for incredibly natural sound.
An excellent choice for acoustic guitar and piano.<br />End-address condenser mic with a cardioid polar...
Stylish and modern, the RØDE NT3 Microphone is an externally biased, true condenser mic with hypercardioid...
The Shure Beta 181/C Instrument Mic is a SShure Beta RPM181/Pre preamp fitted with a Shure RPM181/C cardioid...
Ready-to-record package with AKG Perception 120 studio condenser, 20' cable, and tripod mic stand with fixed...
Great for recording, instruments, and digital sampling.
40 Series Cardioid Studio Small Diaphragm Condenser Microphone.
The FR-351 is an 8mm lavalier cardioid microphone with an alligator clip, 15' of thin cable, and windscreen.
The MA-201 fet is a large diaphragm, phantom-powered, solid-state condenser microphone with a fixed cardioid...
Designed for meeting-room full coverage of large tables.
Adds loads of ambience to your recordings.
Whether you're an amateur audio enthusiast or an experienced industry professional, every recording studio should have a condenser microphone. They are the most often used mic type when it comes to recording vocals, and because of the condenser's ideal usage in the recording studio, you'll a wide range of options from the worlds most renowned and respected audio brands. In fact, companies such as Audio Technica, Audix, and Neumann have astounding reputations in the music industry for their high-quality condenser microphones. When choosing a condenser microphone, it's important to remember that there are two different types: small diaphragm, and large diaphragm. While small diaphragm condenser mics are normally used to give instruments a warm and precise sound, large diaphragm mics are a sound engineer's preferred choice for vocals due to their high output, as well as their ability to capture a lot of detail. But whatever you're looking for, you can be sure that there is no shortage of superb condenser microphones to choose from in this section.One of the best-selling condenser microphones is the Blue Reactor Multi Pattern condenser mic. Featuring Blue's premium condenser capsule and Class A solid state components, this condenser mic is an essential option for most recording situations. Another superb choice is the Sterling Audio ST59 Multi-Pattern FET condenser mic. The smooth sound of this microphone is incredible, due to the exclusive process used in its manufacturing which involves extending high frequencies, and improving the depth of both vocal and instrument recordings.When musical brilliance is being created in the studio, you naturally want to capture that moment with the best audio equipment. Thanks to the many leaps and bounds made in modern technology, today's condenser microphones are more versatile and responsive than ever before. And when you're ready to take your sound engineering talents to an even greater level of perfection, you don't need to look any further than this section.