Dynamic microphones operate on an electromagnetic principle using a diaphragm that is attached to a coil of wire. They are the easiest to use as they are plug and play but are less sensitive when compared to the other types. A Dynamic microphone is generally used on instruments with a lot of low-mid energy and vocals in live situations. Some of these microphones are even included with dedicated studio bundles, allowing you to get started with recording audio in a jiffy. They are also specifically engineered in a way that lets them take a few hits, handle loudness, and last through any external conditions, all whilst delivering reliable and consistent sound quality. These microphones are durable and will not disappoint, with brands like Shure leading the industry with their world-renown SM58, for example. Contact us for recommendations.