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A condenser measurement microphone is a specialised type of microphone that is designed to capture sound with precision and accuracy. It is an essential tool in the field of acoustics, as it allows for the measurement and analysis of sound waves and their behaviour in different environments. Condenser Measurement Microphones are used in a wide range of applications, from testing and calibration of audio equipment to acoustic measurements in spaces such as concert halls, recording studios, and industrial settings. They are designed to have a flat frequency response, meaning that they accurately reproduce the sound without introducing any colouration or distortion.

With the use of condenser measurement microphones, acousticians can evaluate the performance of loudspeakers, room acoustics, and other sound systems. The data collected from these measurements can be used to optimise the acoustic environment for a particular application or to identify and correct acoustic problems.

GRAS is a worldwide leader in the sound and vibration industry. They develop and manufacture state-of-the-art condenser measurement microphones and related equipment for industries where acoustic measuring accuracy and repeatability are of utmost importance.

GRAS measurement microphones can be divided into Free-field measurement microphones, Pressure measurement microphones, and Random-incidence measurement microphones covering various frequency ranges, dynamic ranges and application situations. The differences between condenser measurement microphones from group to group are at the higher frequencies, where the condenser measurement microphone size becomes comparable with the wavelengths of the sound being measured. Pick your choice of condenser measurement microphone set or get guidance from the condenser measurement microphone guide.

With this guide, you can find help to select the right condenser measurement microphone for your applications. Get introduced to selecting externally polarised or prepolarised condenser measurement microphones, free-field condenser measurement microphones, pressure or random incidence condenser measurement microphones as well as learning about the dynamic and frequency range of a condenser measurement microphone.