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Dynamic Microphones

Dynamic microphones are the most common type of microphone and are used for a variety of applications, including live performances, podcasting, and broadcasting. These microphones work by using a moving coil that generates an electric current when sound waves vibrate a diaphragm. They are relatively inexpensive and can withstand high sound pressure levels, making them ideal for capturing loud sounds.

Dynamic microphones are also rugged and durable, making them perfect for use in outdoor environments or on the road. They are known for their warm, rich sound and are often used for recording guitars, drums, and other instruments. Examples of dynamic microphones include the Shure SM58 and the Sennheiser MD421.

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