1. When the microphone is used up, it must be put into a plastic bag, because the plastic bag will isolate the floating dust and foam particles in the air in the display cabinet or storage cabinet, and prevent these substances from adhering to the condenser head of the microphone. When not using a microphone, be sure to wrap it in a plastic bag before placing it in the storage cabinet!
2. When recording vocals, be sure to use a blowout preventer. The anti spray cover can prevent the singer's saliva from spraying onto the diaphragm and prevent the charged capacitor head from adsorbing dust in the air. If there is dirt on the capacitor head, it will affect high-frequency, cause discharge noise, and even completely damage the microphone.
3. To avoid damage to the capacitor head caused by explosive sound, the mouth and microphone should always be kept at least 6 inches apart.
4. Do not place the condenser microphone in a noisy area. Because capacitors are very sensitive instruments that respond to subtle changes in sound pressure, excessive sound pressure levels can damage the diaphragm of the capacitor head, similar to the principle that prolonged sound exposure can cause damage to your hearing.