Recording AKG Condenser Microphones
If you're new to microphones and are wondering how condenser microphones differ from dynamic microphones, it's pretty simple: condensers - although they require an external power device or battery to operate - are a lot more accurate and sensitive to high frequency sounds. An excellent variety of ADG recording condenser microphones are available, as demonstrated in this section. If you're a budding amateur with a home recording studio and want a condenser mic that's versatile enough to handle a wide range of instruments, check out the affordable P120 Projection Studio Condenser Microphone. A best seller, this mic is solidly built, affordable and delivers exceptionally clear sound for both vocals and instruments.
Now, if you really want to make a huge upgrade to your studio, AKG has more than one choice here that deserves your attention. Just take a look at the C214 Large Diaphragm Condenser Mic. What you have here is a cost-effective version of the industry-standard AKG C414 microphone. Boasting AKG's patented Back-Plate Technology, the C214 is capable of handling the high-pressure sound of electric guitars, but it also has just enough sensitivity to capture voices and orchestral instruments with total clarity.
And you can trust us when we say that those two microphones are only a sample of what AKG has in store for you here. In fact, the legendary C414 is waiting in these pages as well, so give yourself a bit of time in this section to explore each mic thoroughly. Make no mistake, AKG recording condenser microphones will impress any meticulous audiophile. In fact, AKG microphones have been exceeding the expectations of studio composers since their first model was introduced in 1953.