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  1. MIPRO ACT32H UHF Analog Handheld Wireless Microphone
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Microphones are used in a wide range of applications, from music recording and podcasting to speech recognition and sound reinforcement. Microphones come in a variety of types, each with its own unique features and capabilities, such as directional or omnidirectional, condenser or dynamic, and wired or wireless.

Dynamic microphones are a popular choice for live performances, as they are rugged and can handle high sound pressure levels. They are also less sensitive to background noise, making them ideal for use in loud environments. Condenser microphones, on the other hand, are more sensitive and are typically used in recording studios and other controlled environments. They are ideal for capturing subtle nuances in sound, but can be more fragile than dynamic microphones. Directional microphones are designed to capture sound from a specific direction, while omnidirectional microphones can capture sound from all directions. Wireless microphones are becoming increasingly popular, as they allow for greater freedom of movement and can be easily connected to other devices such as mixers and audio interfaces.

Another type of microphone is a lavalier microphone, it is a small clip-on microphone that can be worn by a person, it is often used in video production and live event, as it allows the person to move around without being tethered to a microphone.

The selection of the correct microphone can be confusing. Integrate AV's team of professional product experts are here to assist in the decision making. Contact us by Phone Support or if you prefer email us at Product Support and we can help find the right interactive panel for you or your business.

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