There are a lot of microphones out there you see in the studios. Most of them are Dynamics or Condenser Microphone, the only transducer principle makes the both mics different from each other. So here in this article, you will be knowing about the difference between a Dynamic and Condenser Microphone, So stay here.
Difference between a Dynamic and Condenser Microphone
Dynamic microphones are the mics which are using the coil of wire that is attached to the diaphragm to convert the sound waves to an electrical signal. In the whole process, the Sound waves hit the diaphragm and the results the diaphragm start vibrating and the coil that is attached to diaphragm also start moving on the magnetic field and the results the process generate the finished Sound or clear sharp sound as well. These microphones are used most commonly and provide extreme sound qualities.
Condenser or Capacitor Microphone Using the variable capacitance or capsule to generate the clear sound output.Let see how the whole process makes the sound quality. The Capacitance or capsule store the charge in an electrical field between two conducting bodies as well. When the sound waves coming to the microphone the diaphragm acts one of the conducting body and the results the distance of the two conducting bodies start to change and provide the sound output. So the small changes in distance generate the sound quality that we hear in daily life from the microphones.