Electro-Voice Condenser Microphones
Before choosing a condenser microphone, it's important to understand the difference between the two types. The first type is called the small diaphragm mic, and these are often favored for recording instruments thanks to their warm and detailed sound. The other type, known as the large diaphragm, is ideal for recording vocals due to their high output. With all this in mind, you can bet that Electro-Voice specializes in both, so let's take a look at some options.
In the small diaphragm department, check out the PL37 condenser mic. With its tight cardioid polar pattern that minimizes off-axis bleed and high-SPL input capacity, this model works as an incredible overhead microphone. Ideal for both studio and live miking situations, you'll have no problem having your cymbals cut through a mix when you're equipped with the PL37.
Now, for those who are looking for an exceptional vocal mic with a large diaphragm, go with the RE27N/D dynamic cardioid multipurpose microphone. Delivering studio-quality condenser performance from a self-generating dynamic transducer, this mic has a switch-selected EQ, first-class sensitivity for high signal-to-noise ratio, and a wide-range uniform frequency response. Overall, it's really no surprise why the RE27N/D is one of Electro-Voice's biggest sellers.
And your Electro-Voice condenser mic options don't stop there. In fact, you'll even find gooseneck podium mics, hanging mics, and much more. Whatever you're looking for when it comes to condenser mics, you'll find it courtesy of Electro-Voice.