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Introducing our range of dynamic microphones

A dynamic microphone is perfect for onstage vocal use, effectively covering a wide frequency range and withstanding a relatively high gain before being susceptible to feedback. At Chamberlain Music, we supply a range of dynamic microphones from Chord, KAM, QTX, Rode, Sennheiser, Shure, Skytronic and Stagg. ...Read more

Introducing our range of dynamic microphones

A dynamic microphone is perfect for onstage vocal use, effectively covering a wide frequency range and withstanding a relatively high gain before being susceptible to feedback. At Chamberlain Music, we supply a range of dynamic microphones from Chord, KAM, QTX, Rode, Sennheiser, Shure, Skytronic and Stagg.

We also have great quantity discounts and packs available for teachers looking to add multiple microphones to their department so their students can get the best performing experience.

Microphone packs for education

Need a convenient pack of microphones for your schools music department, hall, or performance venue? Our microphone packs provide you with a set of microphones for the best price. See our QTX set of 5 vocal microphones for our most budget set of individually coloured microphones.

For a step up ideal for school shows and larger venues, the Stagg set of three high quality dynamic mics give you the most convenient way to buy three dynamic microphones for a low price.  They are durable, reliable, and suitable for both vocal and instrumental use. Supplied with 3 x 5m XLR mic leads, these microphones are a perfect addition to your music department.

Industry standard microphones from Shure

Shure have been designing and crafting long-lasting, top-quality products to help you deliver your best possible sound for decades, and they are trusted by millions of musicians across the world.

Perhaps their most famous microphone is the Shure SM58 – and for good reason. A real workhorse for vocalists around the world, this unidirectional dynamic vocal microphone is designed for professional vocal use on stage and in the studio. With its warm, clear sound and frequency response optimised for vocals, the SM58 is a legend among vocal microphones. 

A sibling to the SM58, the SM57 instrument microphone is also the industry standard cardioid dynamic microphone, fine-tuned for the clean reproduction of instruments. The SM57 is ideal for recording drums, guitar, and woodwinds. It is not only the first choice for professional musicians, it has also been at the podium of the US President for over 30 years!

The Shure SM7B vocal microphone has a wide-range frequency response, and excellent shielding against any electromagnetic hum. It has a wide variety of uses, whether recording music, location recording, radio announcing and more! It features two different types of windscreens for either standard voice and instrumental applications or close talk uses.

The SM7B is perfect for the following uses:

  • Recording Studio—Instrumental and Vocal
  • Location Recording
  • Motion Picture and Television Scoring
  • Television, Talk Shows, and News Desks
  • Radio Announcing and Production
  • Narration

Affordable microphones for schools

Finding the right microphone can be difficult, especially on a budget. We have kept it simple buy providing a selection of popular and affordable microphones, perfect for use in education.

The KAM dynamic vocal microphone has wide frequency response, rivalling many more expensive alternatives. Long lasting, it also comes with a hard case and lead – perfect for busy music departments.

As well as their world fabous SM58, Shure also offer more affordable alternatives – the SV100 and SV200. Both are entry level vocal microphones perfect for speech, karaoke, instrument and vocals. Producing minimal feedback, they are perfect all-round microphones that will be great for any task.

What is a dynamic microphone?

Dynamic microphones, dynamics, or stage microphones are also known as moving coil microphones. This is because inside a dynamic mic is a small metal coil attached to the rear of a membrane. When you sing or play into the microphone, the soundwaves move the membrane in in turn the coil which induces a small signal voltage in the coil. This produces an electrical signal that can be amplified or recorded on stage or in the studio.

These are typically used on stage due to their rugged nature, and they also don’t need any external power. Condenser microphones are usually used in a studio as they are more delicate, but capture much more sonic detail.

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