With the continuous improvement of people's quality of life and even the standard of living, a large number of high-tech products have appeared on the market. One of the most popular devices is the omnidirectional microphone, which can be seen everywhere in high-quality conferences. At the same time, people's demand for omnidirectional microphones has become greater and greater over time, so there is no doubt that the number of omnidirectional microphones has been continuously increasing. Although it has a huge number and benefits, it has a lot of precautions. So, what are the precautions for using omnidirectional microphones? Next, let's take a look with the editor.
1. Don't tap the microphone and blow into the microphone during the sound test. Because the pickup part of the omnidirectional microphone is tight, and the parts are very delicate, tapping the microphone or blowing into the microphone head is very easy to cause damage or displacement of the microphone parts, which affects the sound quality.
2. Don't separate the microphone too far and too close to the sound source.
The best distance between microphones is about 10 cm. Too far away will cause the pickup sound to be too small. At this time, pushing the volume fader up will easily cause howling; too close will also pick up the airflow sound when speaking, and make a "puff" interference sound.
3. Avoid placing the microphone casually.
The microphone is a compact device and should be placed in a clean, dry, and free of corrosive gas or dust.
In summary, there are many precautions for the use of omnidirectional microphones. The article only introduces the corresponding three precautions, so you must remember that it is very important to avoid all the details. At the same time, to maximize the performance advantages of omnidirectional microphones, in addition to avoiding all details as much as possible, it is also important to ensure that the quality of the microphone is superior.