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Microphones Price in Singapore October, 2018

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Having a quality microphone that suits your needs and usage is a very beneficial long-term investment. High-quality microphones with the right features will allow you to capture sound with higher fidelity and quality, as well as reducing a lot of ambient noise in a recording. Read more about the common types of microphones below.

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Wireless Bluetooth/Line-in Microphone Kit
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K18 UHF Wireless Bluetooth/Line-in Microphone Kit for KTV Home Karaoke Conference Education Training Outdoor Features: 1. With built-in Bluetooth and Line-in function 2. The microphone volume and reverberation volume can be adjusted by the knob on the receiving box 3. The background music volume can be adjusted by the button on the receiving box 4. Support microphone priority function: when someone speaks, the background music is automatically depressed by half to highlight the voice, and when there is no human voice, the background music returns to normal 5. UHF band, about 15 meters working distance (specific distance depends on the environment) 6. Power supply: Microphone: built-in high capacity 3.7V Lithium battery with over 5 hours duration, suitable for outdoor use; Receiving box: can be powered by stereo, set-top box or TV with USB port, or various mobile power banks or mobile phone chargers 7. Application: personal and home entertainment, conference hosting and teaching training, outdoor live streaming, KTV, etc. Specifications: Microphone size: 200 x 48 x 48mm/7.87 x 1.89 x 1.89 Receiving box size: 107 x 40 x 20mm/4.21 x 1.57 x 0.79 International certification: FCC, CE, RoHS, TELEC, BQB User Manual Language: English, Spanish, Italian, German, Japanese Notes: 1. There may be slight size deviations due to manual measurement, different measuring methods and tools. 2. The picture may not reflect the actual color of the item because of different photographing light, angle and display monitor. Included: 1 x Microphone 1 x Receiving Box 2 x D3.5mm Audio Cables 1 x D3.5mm Female to RCA Cable 1 x USB Charging Cable 1 x User Manual #3.5mmAudioCable #Karaoke #bluetoothmicrophone #KaraokeMicrophones #microphonekit #Microphone #Ktv #WirelessMicrophone #Outdoor #35mm #Karaokeaccessories #familyCaraOK

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Top Microphones Price List 2018

Top 10 products Price Store
Shure SM58 S$ 183.70 Qoo10
Audio-Technica AT2020 S$ 64.20 Lazada
Shure SM7B S$ 599.00 Lazada
Razer Seiren S$ 143.90 Qoo10
Shure MV88 S$ 229.00 Apple
Sennheiser E835 S$ 18.30 AliExpress
AKG D5 S$ 198.20 Lazada
Audio-Technica AT2035 S$ 225.90 Amazon
Shure MV5 S$ 150.00 Shopee
Shure MV51 S$ 279.00 Apple
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Shure SM58

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Common Types of Microphones

Be it belting your heart out in the karaoke or recording your multi-platinum album, you will want to produce the best sound possible. To do this, you will need a good quality microphone. Not all microphones are built the same and they have different ways of functioning as well. Hence, before you run out and buy a bunch of microphones, you will need to know how you will be using them and the way they function. There are two main microphone types that are used for recording, namely Dynamic Microphones and Condenser Microphones. There is a third type known as the Ribbon Microphone too but these are less common and are typically used by professionals only.

Dynamic Microphones

Known for its reliability and versatility, the dynamic microphone is an all-rounded microphone which can be used for vocals and instruments. Thanks to their moving coil magnetic diaphragm, these mics can capture sound even at high sound pressure levels, making them a good option for live events such as concerts and music festivals. They also have a sturdy build so they can still be used after they are dropped. Besides that, they can take a large amount of noise before they start to they start to distort which makes them the ideal microphone for recording loud sound sources like bass and guitar amplifiers and drum kits without worrying about unwanted distortion or damage. Dynamic microphones also work quite well in quieter settings such as in recording studios.

Condenser Microphones

Condenser microphones have a thin conductive diaphragm that is placed close to a metal backplate. This configuration acts like a capacitor whereby sound pressure will vibrate the diaphragm which in turn changes the capacitance to produce audio signals. As condenser microphones operate using capacitance instead of actual moving coils, they tend to be more sensitive and highly susceptible to distorting at higher levels, hence they are not ideal to record guitar amps up close. The use of capacitance also improves the fidelity and sound quality, hence making these microphones ideal for precision recording in the studio. Condenser microphones are usually fixed with a popper stopper placed in front of it when someone is recording vocals with them. The stopper prevents excess air from vibrating the microphone and affecting the vocal quality. You need to be careful when handling these mics though as they are not as sturdy and durable as dynamic mics.

Ribbon Microphones

Ribbon microphones are rarely used compared to the microphones mentioned above. These microphones are often used by those who want to have a vintage sounding vibe to their recording. Ribbon microphones are best for recording higher notes associated with woodwind or strings accurately and for relaying more ambient sounds. If you are looking for a mic for multi-instrument recording at manageable noise levels, then ribbon mics are the best option. This makes the microphone very popular for individuals who want to record a wide range of acoustic instruments professionally.

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