Question: Can my wired microphone be used as a wireless mic? Answer: Most professional wired microphones using the industry standard 3-pin male XLR-type output connector can be made wireless by adding the appropriate wireless transmitter with corresponding wireless receiver to… Continue Reading
Question: How do you decide which microphone to use for a specific application? Answer: At the end of the day, microphone selection should be done by listening and analyzing how something sounds. Sound is subjective and what “sounds good” to… Continue Reading
Question: What is bias voltage and when is it needed? Answer: In last week’s blog we discussed what phantom power is and why it is needed to power certain types of microphones. Another closely related powering method is bias voltage.… Continue Reading
Here at Audio-Technica, we like to stay true to our motto – “Always Listening.” And to truly live up to it, we recently started a blog series: “Audio Solutions Question of the Week.” This blog series features the experts from… Continue Reading
Question: How far away will my microphone pick up sound?
Question: Can I remove the power module from my microphone? Answer: If a microphone includes a power module, then the power module is absolutely a necessary component for wired operation. The power module cannot be bypassed by reterminating the microphone… Continue Reading