Condenser (or capacitor) microphones are commonly used in studios to pick up sounds with great detail and accuracy. this is accomplished with a lightweight membrane (referred to as the diaphragm) suspended by a fixed plate. sound pressure against the diaphragm causes it to move, which in turn creates electrical outpu
maximum sensitivity at both 0 degrees (on-axis).
least sensitive direction: 126/110 degrees off-axis.
effective coverage or pickup angle: about 115/105 degrees.
greater rejection of ambient sound than cardioid mics.
picks up sound directly from the rear: the rear lobe.
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