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omnidirectional microphone

Omnidirectional microphones have an omnidirectional polar pattern and pick up sound pressure from all directions with equal sensitivity. They are therefore omnidirectional, in contrast to directional micro

phones, which have a lobe-shaped polar pattern. Omnidirectional microphones are all about the polar pattern, not the microphone technique. Omnidirectional microphones receive scanning pressure from all directions with equal sensitivity. The directivity is 1. Omnidirectional microphones are used for recording larger sound sources

such as choirs and orchestras. Polar

patterns of microphones Omnidirectional

patterns of microphones Omnidirectional

microphones are condenser microphones or electret microphones, primarily clip-on microphones, used in studios or on stages. Since omnidirectional microphones pick up sound from all directions, there is a risk of acoustic feedback, which causes an unpleasant whistling sound. An advantage is that omnidirectional microphones have no proximity effect.

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Updated at: 13.01.2021
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