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2289 results for Microphones from 10 online stores. Microphones price in pakistan ranges from Rs. 69 to Rs. 519,599

Sennheiser SKM 2020-D handheld Microphone
 

Rs. 298,999

Sennheiser SKM 2020-D handheld Microphone

No reviews
Sennheiser MD 441-U Microphone
 

Rs. 216,499

Sennheiser MD 441-U Microphone

No reviews
Sennheiser EW 100 ENG G4 Camera Broadcast Wireless Microphone Set
 

Rs. 154,399

Sennheiser EW 100 ENG G4 Camera Broadcast Wireless Microphone Set

No reviews
Sennheiser MMK 965 Condenser Microphone
 

Rs. 120,099

Sennheiser MMK 965 Condenser Microphone

No reviews
Sennheiser ew D1-ME 3 Wireless Headworn Microphone
 

Rs. 113,899

Sennheiser ew D1-ME 3 Wireless Headworn Microphone

No reviews
Blue Raspberry Ultimate Mobile USB Microphone
 

Rs. 41,000

Blue Raspberry Ultimate Mobile USB Microphone

No reviews
Audio-Technica MicroSet Subminiature Cardioid Condenser Headworn Microphone
 

Rs. 85,799

Audio-Technica MicroSet Subminiature Cardioid Condenser Headworn Microphone

No reviews
Sennheiser MKH 416-P48U3 Microphone
 

Rs. 238,599

Sennheiser MKH 416-P48U3 Microphone

No reviews
Sennheiser SZI 2-Watt Radiator
 

Rs. 219,099

Sennheiser SZI 2-Watt Radiator

No reviews
Sennheiser AVX-Combo SET-4
 

Rs. 240,199

Sennheiser AVX-Combo SET-4

No reviews
Sennheiser AVX-MKE2 SET-4
 

Rs. 214,499

Sennheiser AVX-MKE2 SET-4

No reviews
Sennheiser AD 3700 Directional Antenna
 

Rs. 212,099

Sennheiser AD 3700 Directional Antenna

No reviews
Sennheiser EW 500-945 G3
 

Rs. 246,199

Sennheiser EW 500-945 G3

No reviews
Sennheiser EW 335 G3
 

Rs. 211,699

Sennheiser EW 335 G3

No reviews
Audio-Technica AT4050ST Stereo Condenser Microphone
 

Rs. 251,399

Audio-Technica AT4050ST Stereo Condenser Microphone

No reviews
Sennheiser AVX-835 SET-4
 

Rs. 192,399

Sennheiser AVX-835 SET-4

No reviews
Shure Dual-Voice Ribbon Microphone (KSM313/NE)
 

Rs. 213,299

Shure Dual-Voice Ribbon Microphone (KSM313/NE)

No reviews
Sennheiser SK 2020-D Tourguide Transmitter
 

Rs. 184,499

Sennheiser SK 2020-D Tourguide Transmitter

No reviews
Sennheiser MKH 8050 Microphone
 

Rs. 286,499

Sennheiser MKH 8050 Microphone

No reviews
Sennheiser MKH 8040 Microphone
 

Rs. 286,699

Sennheiser MKH 8040 Microphone

No reviews
Sennheiser SL Lavalier Set
 

Rs. 304,799

Sennheiser SL Lavalier Set

No reviews
Sennheiser MKH 20-P48 Microphone
 

Rs. 286,299

Sennheiser MKH 20-P48 Microphone

No reviews
Sennheiser MKH 40-P48 Microphone
 

Rs. 286,299

Sennheiser MKH 40-P48 Microphone

No reviews
Sennheiser EK 2000 Diversity Receiver
 

Rs. 173,299

Sennheiser EK 2000 Diversity Receiver

No reviews
AKG C214 Large-Diaphragm Condenser Microphone
 

Rs. 68,000

AKG C214 Large-Diaphragm Condenser Microphone

No reviews
Audio-Technica AT4080 Phantom-powered Bidirectional Ribbon Microphone
 

Rs. 193,599

Audio-Technica AT4080 Phantom-powered Bidirectional Ribbon Microphone

No reviews
Sennheiser MKH 8060 Microphone
 

Rs. 298,799

Sennheiser MKH 8060 Microphone

No reviews
Sennheiser AVX-ME2 SET-4
 

Rs. 166,999

Sennheiser AVX-ME2 SET-4

No reviews
Sony Adapter Kit and Microphone
 

Rs. 115,999

Sony Adapter Kit and Microphone

No reviews
Sennheiser MKH 30-P48 Microphone
 

Rs. 299,599

Sennheiser MKH 30-P48 Microphone

No reviews
Audio-Technica M3 Wireless In-Ear Monitor System
 

Rs. 158,399

Audio-Technica M3 Wireless In-Ear Monitor System

No reviews
Sony XLR Adapter Kit Microphone
 

Rs. 153,899

Sony XLR Adapter Kit Microphone

No reviews
Audio-Technica AT4047MP Multi-pattern Condenser Microphone
 

Rs. 165,299

Audio-Technica AT4047MP Multi-pattern Condenser Microphone

No reviews
Save 25% Blue Snowball USB Microphone – Black
Rs. 23,990

Rs. 17,990

Blue Snowball USB Microphone – Black

No reviews
Save 25% Blue Snowball USB Microphone – Brushed Aluminum
Rs. 23,990

Rs. 17,990

Blue Snowball USB Microphone – Brushed Aluminum

No reviews
Sennheiser MKH 418-S Microphone
 

Rs. 394,299

Sennheiser MKH 418-S Microphone

No reviews
beyerdynamic M 160 Double Ribbon Microphone (Hypercardioid)
 

Rs. 144,799

beyerdynamic M 160 Double Ribbon Microphone (Hypercardioid)

No reviews
Sennheiser E 965 Vocal Microphone
 

Rs. 168,699

Sennheiser E 965 Vocal Microphone

No reviews
beyerdynamic M 130 Double Ribbon Microphone (Figure 8)
 

Rs. 144,299

beyerdynamic M 130 Double Ribbon Microphone (Figure 8)

No reviews
Shure Multi-Pattern Dual Microphone (KSM44A)
 

Rs. 135,399

Shure Multi-Pattern Dual Microphone (KSM44A)

No reviews

Microphones Price in Pakistan

2289 results for Microphones from 10 online stores. Microphones price in pakistan ranges from Rs. 69 to Rs. 519,599

Microphones Price List

Sennheiser SKM 2020-D handheld Microphone Rs. 298,999
Sennheiser MD 441-U Microphone Rs. 216,499
Sennheiser EW 100 ENG G4 Camera Broadcast Wireless Microp... Rs. 154,399
Sennheiser MMK 965 Condenser Microphone Rs. 120,099
Sennheiser ew D1-ME 3 Wireless Headworn Microphone Rs. 113,899
Blue Raspberry Ultimate Mobile USB Microphone Rs. 41,000
Audio-Technica MicroSet Subminiature Cardioid Condenser H... Rs. 85,799
Sennheiser MKH 416-P48U3 Microphone Rs. 238,599
Sennheiser SZI 2-Watt Radiator Rs. 219,099
Sennheiser AVX-Combo SET-4 Rs. 240,199

Microphones Overview

A common device available in all kinds of sizes and at times built for specific purposes. From allowing us to converse over a phone to sing at a concert venue; the uses of microphones are diverse. There are only a few different types more commonly in use today. Dynamic and Condenser microphones being the most common.

Microphones Description

A transducer

One of the most used pieces of technology present in every phone, laptop and countless other devices, the microphone is a transducer - a device that converts energy from one form into another. In this instance converting sound into electrical signals so the sound can be reproduced through a speaker. Used for real-time purposes such as phone calls or for recording, like when a singer records the vocal layer of a song. Microphones are also called mics or mikes for short. A lot of microphones need to be connected to a pre-amp so the signal coming from them can be amplified before it is sent to a recorder, or a sound system without which the sound might be quite low and digitally turning it up would add noise and distortion.

Microphone types

Based off various technologies over time, the essential purpose is the same to capture sound. The most commonly used microphones are the dynamic microphone and the condenser microphone - after these two comes the crystal microphone. The dynamic microphone is used most as it is rugged, resistant to moisture and relatively inexpensive. It is also able to handle loud sound without generating feedback through the speakers, this ability coupled with the other pros makes it crucial to live performances. Condenser microphones require a power source and are more ideal for studio recordings or use in labs and are more suitable because they can pick up sounds that are very low, as the sensor inside has a smaller mass to be moved by vibration. Essentially, in a condenser microphone unlike other microphones, the sound has to do lesser work for the signal to be picked up. The crystal microphones work better as contact microphones that pick up vibrations from objects rather than the air or in harsh environments such as recording underwater. The contact ability also helps with acoustic equipment like a drum kit.

Directional and other differences

Microphones are designed with different sound directional capture abilities as some pick-up sound from all angles and some more from the front Vs. the back. This depends on where the microphone has to be used and for what. Noise-cancelling microphones are also common allowing for the sound you want to be picked up and other ambient sounds to be dimmed resulting in a more clear base signal. At concerts, this is very helpful when the shouting of the crowd doesn't get added into the singer's mic as much, retaining the essence of his or her voice or in aeroplane cockpits the general noise is cut out so the pilot is more audible. Some of these work based on two diaphragms as one diaphragm picks up the main source of the sound the other picks up the ambient sounds and subtracts those or by a single diaphragm being placed closer to one port and inversely father from the other port. The port the diaphragm is closer to being the main source in this case.

More specific microphones

Some microphones are purpose-specific, so varied sizes or shapes along with attachments. Like the ones that have a dish (parabolic reflector) component that focuses sound coming from a distance into a microphone attached at its centre. Wireless microphones are also common that are used at concerts or for giving presentations. Providing the advantage of more mobility over a stage or around a hall. Stereo microphones have 2 microphones combined into one so the signal isn't split digitally but is true stereo and are useful for outdoor recording as it would be less convenient to set up two separate microphones to capture a more complete soundscape.

Connecting to one

Connectivity-wise microphones are either tethered using an XLR, TRS, TRRS, USB or a fibre optic line. The qualities vary but are comparable. Only an extremely trained ear might be able to tell more of a difference after hearing recordings from even the same microphone connected with different cables.

Companies produce different kinds of microphones under the same umbrella so one brand might be making 3 different kinds of microphones depending on user requirements. Commonly known brands include Shure, Sennheiser, Neumann (also owned by Sennheiser), Rode, AKG, Electro-Voice, DPA and Royer Labs.