An electret microphone is a type of electrostatic capacitor-based microphone, which eliminates the need for a polarizing power supply by using a permanently charged material. Unlike other condenser microphones, electret types require no polarizing voltage, but they normally contain an integrated preamplifier, which does require a small amount of power (often incorrectly called polarizing power or bias). This preamp is frequently phantom powered in sound reinforcement and studio applications. Other types include a 1.5 V battery in the microphone housing, which is often left permanently connected as the current drain is usually very small.
This Electret condensor voice microphone is Multi-Channel and is suitable for mobile phones, telephones, tape recorders, voice-activated toys, computers, and other products. The sensitivity is in accordance with the IEC standard, and the sensitivity of “pa” is increased by 20dB, which is the same as the sensitivity of the “Ubar” unit.
50 – 20KHz
-48 – +66
|Microphone sensitivity (dB)||
56 – 58