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Headphones are ideal for working out or the daily commute. In-ear models are smaller and built for movement, while over-ear models deliver more immersive audio.
Headsets fall into two categories - computer headsets (ideal for office environments) and gaming (delivering booming soundtracks and team-based chat).
Make your voice heard with our Microphones range. We've got everything from desktop microphones to lavalier options that clip onto your clothing.
Whether you're studying or need detailed sound recording, we've got Audio Recorders to meet your needs.
Looking for more professional audio options? Check out our Stage & Studio collection, featuring mixers, stands and wireless systems.
Need to amplify your voice or your music? Check out our range of Speakers to pump up the volume!
Still can't find what you're after? Explore our Accessories range to see what other audio tech we offer.
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What are the different types of microphones?
Whether you need professional sound quality for a business call or you’re taking to the stage to perform, you’ll need a microphone to make sure your voice is heard. But which model is right for you? Here at Maplin, we can help you understand the different types of microphones so you can find the ideal match for your needs.
What are the benefits of wireless headphones?
If you want to take your audio experience to the next level, wireless headphones offer plenty of advantages over traditional wired models. Maplin are here to help you learn more about the benefits of wireless headphones.
Frequently Asked Questions
Noise-cancelling headphones are ideal for commuters and music-lovers. They help to block out unwanted background noise, so you can focus on what you're listening to at lower volume levels.
This refers to the range of frequencies that a microphone will pick up. Measured in hertz (Hz) and kilohertz (kHz), a mic with a range from 80 Hz to 15 kHz would be an ideal choice for a vocal microphone.
In basic terms, condenser is a type of microphone, while cardioid is a type of polar pattern. What does this mean? In simple terms, the polar pattern impacts on how a mic picks up sound.
So a microphone can be both cardioid and condenser.
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