Make your presence felt on the stage the second you open your mouth with a dynamic microphone. From singing to interviews to public speaking engagements, the right microphone can help you connect with your audience in ways you've never thought possible. A dynamic microphone works via electromagnetic induction, meaning it uses a wire coil and magnet to create an audio signal. They are great for all-purpose use and are known for their rugged construction that stands up to show after show, city after city. There are tonnes of options out there when it comes to selecting the dynamic microphone to suit your needs. There are vintage-inspired microphones, special edition mics, headsets and hanging mics. Whether you're looking to amplify the sound of the entire band, or just looking for something for you as a singer, there is definitely a mic to suit your needs. Shure microphones are a fantastic choice for beginners and professionals alike. Endorsed by bands like The Who and Snow Patrol, these mics are known for top-notch sound quality and reliability.
For the musician that lives for the look of the1950's, the Shure 55SH Series II Unidyne Vocal Microphone features a satin, chrome-plated die-cast casting that gives it a unique vintage-style and vibe that doesn't skimp when it comes to producing the volume of sound you need. If you're in the market to make the sound of your instrument louder, the Sennheiser Evolution e906 Dynamic Guitar Amp Microphone is the accessory for you. Designed to amplify the sound of your guitar, this microphone is also an excellent choice to make your percussion and brass applications louder. It offers a very fast response, a hum-compensating coil that minimizes self-noise and three selectable characters: bright, normal and smooth. Whether you're setting out as a solo singer or are part of a band or musical group, you can control the volume of your voice or instrument with a dynamic microphone. From performing in front of thousands to jamming in a more intimate setting, you can make sure you're heard all the way to the back of any venue with a dynamic microphone.