Have Durable Microphone by Using Mic condom!

You may wonder how the use of condoms for mic packs can help you protect your device from any unwanted issues. While this is right, you also need to ensure that you know how to take care of your mic as well as covering it with the best quality condom. When viewed from the physical form, the head of the microphone (called the grille) has small holes that make it easier for germs to lodge inside. For that, it is necessary the patiency treat it well. Treatment and cleaning of the grille microphone are quite difficult because there are many small holes and also the presence of parts that can not be separated so difficult when cleaning.

Generally, the head of the mic or grille can be removed by rotating. After the grille is removed, you just clean it up without having to risk the damage to the mic. Since most of the dirt on the grille comes from humans, water alone is enough to clean it up. Adding just a little bit of detergent will help clear the series bacteria eliminating odors. To remove the lipstick stain, use a toothbrush with a soft brush. In some mic models, the foam on the grille can be removed, but this is not necessary because water does not damage the foam. For the mic whose grille cannot be removed, we have to be extra careful. Use a toothbrush with a little water, then brush it gently with the mic state upside down to prevent water from entering the mic.

Then, what about the condenser microphone? Because this type of mic is more sensitive than a dynamic microphone, then do not use water to clean it, because only a small amount of water can damage the microphone condenser component. If the microphone condenser has a removable grille, it can still be cleaned as described above, but please keep in mind to make sure the grille is completely dry before replacing it. For a condenser mic whose grille is permanent or cannot be removed, use a soft dry toothbrush, and brush it gently in reverse order for dirt particles to fall away from the microphone. Remember never to let water enter the condenser microphone.