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Your Microphone PCB Authority—PCBMAY

If you have a particular design in mind for your Microphone PCB, you can rely on us to give you exactly what you need.

PCBMay is a veteran of the PCB industry. We service customers in US, Europe, and other countries. We are also an OEM manufacturer of circuit boards. Customers love our service and products.

PCBMay Microphone PCB is reliable and low-priced.

Surely, you need to call PCBMay now!

Types of Microphone PCB For Your Special Requirements

Dynamic Microphone PCB

Dynamic Microphone PCB is relatively easier to assemble than other types of Microphone PCB. A Rigid PCB is used to complete the design of the Dynamic Microphone PCB. Low voltage power supply is used for power.

Condenser Microphone PCB

The Condenser Microphone PCB enables the microphone to capture higher frequency sounds than Dynamic Microphone PCB. Making ASMR videos, videos with voice are an example of use of this type of equipment.

Ribbon Microphone PCB

With Ribbon Microphone PCBs, the Ribbon Microphone’s diaphragm captures sounds more accurately than Dynamic or Condenser Mics. Our PCB attunes with bi-directional polar pattern of the device.

Computer Microphone PCB

PCBMay’s Computer Microphone PCB deliver the audio signal clearly. The PCB we make helps reduce interference or “leak” of noise. As well, sound insulation is incomparable with our product. Suits many CPUs.

USB Microphone PCB

With the USB Microphone PCB, customers can connect the microphone to their laptops or smartphones. The PCB made by PCBMay makes plug and play easy—any type of port can be requested.

Studio Microphone PCB

Studio Microphone PCBs are subject to high-frequency audio demands. These PCBs also need to be Wireless PCBs or Bluetooth enabled in order to connect to digital mixers and as well as software.

Be Sure – Only Use Microphone PCBs from PCBMay

We have what it takes to deliver you the best Microphone PCB you’ve ever bought.

In this video, PCBMay’s great facilities are shown. You see the evidence for yourself—we have clean and orderly way of producing our PCBs. It is in this sound environment that your Microphone PCB is produced.

We guarantee that your order is free from malfunction or poor construction.

Work with PCBMay to obtain the best results. We get it right the first time.

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The Wireless PCB from PCBmay is updated with current Wi-Fi 6 standards. Supports high data rate.
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A Soldermask PCB refers to the protective layer of polymer that coats the PCB, preventing oxidation.
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Our Transmitter PCBs can be used for wire link transfer or wireless transfers. Kicad design available.
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Producing Orange PCB is done by using orange paint for the soldermask. Color option by customer.
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Our White PCB is another color option for soldermask. The white color is applied using LPI.
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Considered an attractive color, Yellow PCB is another soldermask color which can make the PCB unique.

Microphone PCB Production Details As Following Up

Brown Oxide
PTH Line
VCP Plating   AOI  Exposure E-Test
Layer Count1-40layers
Base MaterialKBShengyiShengyiSF305FR408FR408HRIS410FR406GETEK370HRIT180ARogers4350BRogers4000PTFE Laminates(Rogers seriesTaconic seriesArlon seriesNelco series)Rogers/Taconic/Arlon/Nelco laminate with FR-4 material(including partial Ro4350B hybrid laminating with FR-4)
Board TypeBackplane、HDI、High multi-layer 、blind&buried PCB、Embedded Capacitance、Embedded resistance board 、Heavy copper power PCB、Backdrill.
Board Thickness0.2-5.0mm
Copper ThicknessMin. 1/2 OZ, Max. 10 OZ
PTH Wall25um(1mil)
Maximum Board Size1100*500mm(43”*19”)
Min laser drilling size4mil
Min. Spacing/Tracing2.7mil/2.7mil
Solder MaskGreen, Black, Blue, Red, White, Yellow,Purple matte/glossy
Surface TreatmentFlash gold(electroplated gold)ENIGHard goldFlash goldHASL Lead freeOSPENEPIGSoft goldImmersion silverImmersion TinENIG+OSP,ENIG+Gold finger,Flash gold(electroplated gold)+Gold finger,Immersion silver+Gold finger,Immersion Tin+Gold finger.
Min. Annular Ring3mil
Aspect ratio10:1(HASL Lead freeHASL LeadENIGImmersion TinImmersion silverENEPIG);8:1(OSP)
Impedance control±5ohm(<50ohm), ±10%(≥50ohm)
Other TechniquesBlind/Buried Via
Gold Fingers
Press Fit
Via in Pad
Electrical Test

Here there’re many laminate material datasheets, they’re useful and helpful for you, please see them:

TU-872Modified EpoxyDOWNLOAD2003403.8-4.03.8
RO 3010Cer/PTFEDOWNLOAD50010.2
RO 4003Hydrocarbon/CerDOWNLOAD>2804253.38
RO 4350BHydrocarbon/CerDOWNLOAD>2803903.48
RT/duroid 5880PTFE/GlassDOWNLOAD5002.2
ISOLAPolyclad 370HRFR4DOWNLOAD1703404.8-5.1
HitachiMCL-BE- 67GModified EpoxyDOWNLOAD1403404.94.4
MCL-LX-67YSpecial LaminateDOWNLOAD185-195325-3453.4-3.6
NelcoN4000-13Modified EpoxyDOWNLOAD210-2403653.73.6
N4000-13EPModified EpoxyDOWNLOAD210-2403503.43.2
N4000-13SIModified EpoxyDOWNLOAD210-2403503.43.2
N4000-13EP SIModified EpoxyDOWNLOAD210-2403503.43.2
ArlonArlon 25NCerDOWNLOAD2603.38
Arlon 25FRCerDOWNLOAD2603.58
Arlon 33NPolymideDOWNLOAD>2503534
Arlon 35NPolymideDOWNLOAD>2503634.2
Arlon 85NPolymideDOWNLOAD2503874.2
StablcorST325DOWNLOADThermal conductivity:75w/m.k(with 1oz copper)
ST10DOWNLOADThermal conductivity:325w/m.k(with 1oz copper)
Bergquistht-04503DOWNLOADThermal conductivity:2.2w/m.k(with 1oz copper)


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    PCBMAY – The Sturdy Microphone PCB Manufacturer from China

    PCBMay guarantees the highest quality standards for your Dynamic, Condenser, or Ribbon Microphone PCB. We also make other types of Microphone PCB according to your wishes.

    • Assure smooth conversion of sound waves to an electrical signal
    • The microphone will not overload
    • Sound clarity + no distortion for your audio device
    • Assure precise transient reproduction of sounds
    • PCB suitable for capturing different Sound Pressure Levels (SPL)

    At PCBMay, we implement continuous improvement as a guideline in PCB manufacture. We do not skimp on testing, nor do we take shortcuts in producing your product.

    In fact, our status as an EMS manufacturer is well-founded. Because we have more time and experience in the business, we do not make the mistakes that our competitors make. As a result, our Microphone PCBs are sold all over the world, trusted by major businesses and SMEs alike.

    Do you already have a Gerber file for your Microphone PCB? Or would you like our professional engineering personnel to help you design one? Whatever PCB needs you to have, we can meet. Our seasoned support staff has been with us for more than ten years—they know how PCBs are made thoroughly.

    Worried about possible problems? Then if there is a problem, we will send you a full 8D report to determine the root cause. If your Microphone PCB order is a huge one, we will give you fresh updates in a matter of minutes. Some customers want a WIP report, and we do provide that too.

    Microphone PCB

    PCBMay can’t wait to do business with you. For sure, we’ll have all your Microphone PCB covered.

    Contact our sales staff now!

    Microphone PCB: The Ultimate FAQ Guide

    Microphone PCB is quite famous among electronics makers. This form of PCB provides the most excellent efficiency for equipment that contains a microphone.

    PCBMay produces the finest Microphone PCB with outstanding dependability. Regretfully, there aren’t many details about this PCB on the internet. So we had to come up with this FAQ guide to help our customers know more about Microphone PCB.

    What Is A Microphone PCB?

    A microphone PCB is just a PCB with an electret microphone on it.  The PCB is used as a microphone backplate because of its unique architecture. Printed circuit board fabrication technique is also used to reduce the number of microphone components.

    For applications that demand clear audio, like voice triggering and speech recognition, the microphone PCB is a low-cost, easy-to-use reference design.  Manufacturers utilize a microphone array to record speech data in noisy situations and transform it into a digital stream.

    Microphone PCB

    Microphone PCB

    How Does A Microphone PCB Work?

    Mice transform physical wave energy into electricity via the use of amplification. To put it another way, microphones are devices that convert sound into audio signals.

    How Microphone Works

    How Microphone Works

    Components such as microphones, transformers, resistors, and similar devices are soldered onto the printed circuit board. The PCB of a microphone permits signal and power to be transferred between physical microphone components efficiently.

    Solder is used to form electrical contacts between the edge of the PCB and the electronic components on the board. Because it is made of metal, solder can also be used as a powerful mechanical glue.

    This video explains how microphones work.


    What Are The Materials Of Microphone PCB?

    The microphone is one of the most significant components of the Microphone PCB.

    The use of high-quality microphone materials results in a higher-quality Microphone PCB. Raw materials might differ depending on the kind of microphone being used.

    Magnets composed of neodymium iron boron are the most common kind of permanent magnet found in use today. Copper wire is used in the construction of the voice coil as well as the cable. The cable insulation is made out of plastic.

    The casing is typically constructed of aluminum sheet, with some plastic components thrown in for good measure.

    Microphone Materials

    Microphone Materials

    What Is FM Microphone PCB?

    An FM Microphone PCB sends voice signals into the environment to receive an FM receiver circuit to reproduce in a loudspeaker. There are FM Microphone PCB devices that facilitate the usage of hearing aids and cochlear implants.

    High-quality materials are used to make this FM Microphone PCB, which is built to last. You can implement FM PCB if you want to make your device wireless.

    In terms of benefits for hearing aid users, FM transmission is particularly beneficial since it is resistant to noise and interference.

    FM Microphone PCB

    FM Microphone PCB

    What Are The Components Of Condenser Microphone PCB?

    It is an electrostatic concept that allows condenser microphones to make sound using charged metal plates. A condenser microphone is a kind of microphone that uses a moving diaphragm and a metal plate to create sound.

    They come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes and can be surface or through-hole mounted. The sound quality of condenser microphone PCBs varies greatly. The condenser’s signal-to-noise ratio, sensitivity, and directivity (Omni-directional, uni-directional, or noise cancellation) may all impact the quality of the recording.

    With the help of a thin membrane and metal plate, condenser microphone PCBs may produce high-quality recordings. Condenser microphones PCB either are DC biassed or may function utilizing radiofrequency. Their primary usage is for studio recordings, not stage concerts.

    Condenser Microphone PCB

    Condenser Microphone PCB

    How Does A Microphone Sensor Work?

    The sound is a wave of energy created by mechanical vibration and can be described as follows: The frequency of a sound is determined by the kind of sound. A bass drum produces a low-frequency sound, but a cymbal produces a higher-frequency sound.

    The microphone sensors are pretty easy to use. The microphone sensor is a modest device that can pick up on sound waves. The functioning concept of this type of sensor is analogous to the operating principles of the human ear.

    Because the human eye has a diaphragm, which has the primary purpose of using vibrations and converting them into signals, the human eye utilizes vibrations. The microphone sensor makes use of a microphone, and its primary job is to convert vibrations into electrical current or, failing that, voltage.

    In most cases, it consists of a diaphragm made of magnets that have been twisted together with metal wire. The diaphragm vibrates as sound waves hit it, causing magnets within the sensor to oscillate and coils to create electricity.

    Microphone Sensor Module

    Microphone Sensor Module

    This video demonstrates the operation of a microphone sensor and its components.


    What Is The Best Surface Finish For A Microphone PCB?

    Microphone PCB surface treatment makes it handy and durable. Your microphone PCB may have the following surface finishes:

    HASL (Lead-Free)

    HASL is the industry-standard surface finish. The procedure involves immersing PCBs in molten lead alloys and then cleaning extra solder with hot air knives.

    HASL Finish

    HASL Finish


    Organic Solderability Preservative protects the copper layer from oxidation.


    A two-layer metallic covering of 2-8 Au over 120-240 Ni. The nickel serves as a deterrent to the copper, which is the actual soldering surface. A thin gold coating shields the nickel while storing it.

    Hard Gold

    Hard Electrolytic Gold is gold plated above a nickel barrier coat. Hard gold is used on high-wear places like edge connection fingers and keypads.

    What Are The Applications Of A Condenser Microphone PCB?

    Condenser microphone PCBs may be used in condenser microphones. This is utilized for capturing vocals, electric guitars, drum overheads, and even brass instruments in a quieter studio environment.

    Condenser PCB is much more sensitive to the effects of sounds because of its thin membrane. Condenser mics are utilized in circumstances when sensitivity is required.

    Nonetheless, this is a broad description. There are condenser PCBs that are more suited for stage concerts or scenarios where a dynamic mic is more usual. There are many condenser microphones.

    How To Design A Microphone PCB Layout?

    The functionality of your Microphone circuit board is heavily reliant on the PCB layout. So you should know the Microphone PCB layout.

    If you want to etch PCBs at home, you may use a similar method to generate film prints. But it is messy and utilizes plenty of chemicals. A skilled manufacturer can make your PCB considerably simpler.


    Make a diagram of your circuit before creating your PCB. The schematic will be used to set out the connections and devices on the PCB.

    PCB Optimization

    Identify the functions of each component in your circuit and group them. To keep conductive traces minimal, keep parts in each region grouped on the PCB. Long paths may take up interference and noise from other sources.

    Your circuit parts should be designed so that the current route is as straight as possible. Signals should flow directly from one segment to another, keeping traces brief.

    PCB Sizing

    PCBs might be circular, triangular, or various forms. Most PCBs are intended to be as tiny as possible. However, that isn’t always essential.

    If you want to place the PCB in a container, the sizes may be constrained. In such a situation, you will need to understand the enclosure’s specifications before designing the PCB.


    Components like connectors, dip switches, LEDs, and audio connectors determine how your PCB is set up.


    Larger circuits might be challenging to create on a single-layered PCB due to line crossing. Employ two copper sheets with traces on both edges of the PCB.

    PCB Layers

    PCB Layers


    On a well-constructed PCB, typically, copper traces curve at 45° angles. In comparison to 90° angles, 45° angles reduce the electrical route between parts.

    Width Trace

    Like layer thickness, trace width affects how much electricity can travel through a circuit without destroying it.

    The distance between traces and parts will also affect their width. Small PCBs with many paths and features may need narrow traces to accommodate everything.

    What Is A Preamplifier Microphone PCB?

    A Microphone preamp PCB converts weak signals from microphones, players, and sound pickups into powerful signals. It also increases the power of a call.

    It connects a signal source to a power amp. Therefore, it is simple to access a poor signal that the audio amplifier circuit cannot identify and transfer directly to the power amplifier. Also, keep the preamplifier near the sound source.

    The front screen also allows tuning and control of the gadget. Other electrical devices may be connected to the gadget through ports on the rear.

    The gadget has knobs to guarantee that it suits all electronics. The knob also alters timbre and frequency.

    The volume is controlled via the knobs as well. Invest in a good amplifier and a good preamp to get the finest sound quality.

    Preamp PCB

    Preamp PCB

    Is Microphone PCB RoHS Compliant?

    When it comes to electronic products, six materials have been limited by the RoHS certification compliance. You know the ones: PBDEs, polybrominated biphenyls (PBBs), phthalates, as well as mercury, lead, cadmium, and hexavalent chromium (CrVI).

    RoHS-compliant PCB assemblies may now be manufactured by several PCB assembly services thanks to new techniques and technology. The Microphone PCB manufactured by PCBMay is RoHS-compliant and of the highest quality.

    RoHS Compliant Microphone PCB

    RoHS Compliant Microphone PCB

    How To Make Active Noise Cancelling Microphone PCB?

    Making your Vintage Microphone PCB active noise canceling is difficult. Here are the steps:

    Main components: pre-amplifier, a delay filter, and a summing amplifier. If you possess a set of noise-canceling headphones, you may have noticed a little hole on the outside of each earpiece.

    The exterior microphones gather up the sounds (like an engine hum). This wave enters the pre-amplifier, which amplifies the input wave. This is a simple op-amp usage. Think of it as a multiplicative factor, defined by the two resistors’ ratio.

    The sound moves at the velocity of sound from the surroundings to your ear. However, as noise goes from the surroundings to the microphone as well as the remainder of the circuit, it approaches the speed of light. So the delay aligns the two signals.

    Finally, the summing amplifier is both an amplifier and a signal combiner. A waveform is created by combining music with processed noise.


    The next stage is a primary op-amp circuit that offers again to the input signals.


    The external microphone must pick up the cancellation sound, reverse it, and sum it with other signals. The all-pass filter delays the noise-canceling signal, which helps align the signals and noise for better summing.

    Summing Amplifier

    This final op-amp setup blends amplified noise with music to generate a superposition. Therefore the waveform summation is reversed. The most challenging part is getting the signal and noise amplitudes to match. A potentiometer helps with this.


    PCB Active Noise Cancelling Process

    PCB Active Noise Cancelling Process

    Which EMI Shielding Is Suitable For Microphone PCB?

    EMI is a severe issue. Governments worldwide have imposed limitations on how much it may be generated or received by electronic devices. Unintended radiation and transmitted noise must be prevented and suppressed in your electronic gadget.

    Adding filtering to every circuit on your PCB layout is not enough; you must examine the overall system and its structure.

    Modern EMI shielding methods are divided into two categories: board-level and enclosure-level. Some board layout techniques may help a design pass EMC testing, and some minor tweaks to an enclosure can assist in reducing EMI in the system.

    For both options, designers may use Microphone PCB kits to verify that their manufacturer has enough documentation to create the design properly. Where filters and best practices fail, you may leverage the following PCB layout features:

    • Custom-made metal insulating cans can be put around noisy circuitry to reduce EMI radiation.
    • Electromagnetic shielding elastomers may be used to protect specific components and connections on a PCB.
    • Using homogeneous ground planes instead of separated/star ground gives more grounding locations for conductive shielding materials.
    • The use of ferrite beads, rods, and plates as EMI filters where traditional filters fail.
    • Determining if your electrical equipment passes EMC testing depends on the designed routing and PCB stackup.
    • The placement of copper components on your PCB may also offer EMI shielding.
    • Ground all non-referenced copper features on the PCB layout. Make careful space-controlled known impedance traces from any ground pour.
    • Your bottom layer will block EMI from both within and without your PCB layout.
    • Some conformal coating materials may reduce emf created by power bus noise.

    PCB Electromagnetic Issue

    PCB Electromagnetic Issue

    What Are The Limitations Of Microphone PCB?

    In addition to the advantages, you should be aware of the restrictions of the microphone PCB. They are as follows:

    • Uneven surface polish of PCBs.
    • This is not a good choice for fine-pitch.
    • It includes a significant amount of lead.
    • Shock to the system caused by high temperatures.
    • Solder bridging
    • Once anything is broken, it is difficult to fix.
    • For a particular circuit, it may be used.
    • Once a print run is completed, we are unable to make changes.
    • Plugged in or scaled-down.
    • One form of circuit functioning necessitates the need for a redesign.
    • Chemicals are produced during the etching process, which has a negative impact on the environment.

    Uneven PCB Surface Finish

    Uneven PCB Surface Finish

    How To Test A Microphone PCB Assembly?

    Failure of a microphone PCB may cost a lot of money; therefore, you know when you purchase one. You do not want your PCBs to stop working or have a shorter lifespan abruptly. This might cost you money.

    In the production process, microphone PCB Assembly process testing is essential. PCBMay provides a wide range of PCB testing techniques, making it difficult to keep track of them all.

    Listed below are the essential PCB testing methods.

    In-circuit testing

    It is the most rigorous kind of PCB testing, in-circuit (ICT). Huge sums are reflected in the pricing, but the cost may vary depending on the size of your board and fixtures.

    The wiring on the board is powered up and actuated by an ICT. You should expect to get around 85 to 90 percent of the questions correct in most circumstances.

    The remarkable feature regarding ICT is that it eliminates human mistakes, resulting in 85-90 percent accuracy.

    In-Circuit Testing

    In-Circuit Testing

    Flying Probe Testing.

    In-circuit testing is more costly than the tried-and-true method of flying probe testing.

    The needles are connected to a probe and placed over an x-y grid generated using simple CAD. Your ECM first configures the coordinates of the circuit board to match the program, and then the program is executed.

    Automated Optical Inspection (AOI)

    AOI may use both 2D and 3D cameras to photograph the PCB. It then compares your board’s images to a schematic that is far more comprehensive. It is highlighted for examination when a panel does not fit the design to a specific extent.

    Early detection of problems with AOI may help guarantee that production is stopped as soon as possible. The board is not powered up and may not provide full coverage for every component type.

    Burn-in testing

    Burn-in checking is a sort of PCB testing that is more rigorous than other types. Early failure detection and load capacity assessment is the goal. Burn-in testing may be damaging to the components being evaluated due to its high level of intensity.

    During burn-in testing, your electronics are subjected to a high power level at their designated maximum capacity. The continuous power supply is used for 48-168 hours. Infant mortality occurs when a board does not perform as expected. Panels with a high infant death rate are unsuitable for military or clinical use.

    Functional Testing

    Some clients prefer the more traditional approach of doing a functional test. Your ECM uses this to check whether or not the product will turn on.

    There are a few items you will need for this test:

    • External devices and apparatus
    • Fixtures
    • UL, MSHA, standards requirements

    The client often gives the settings for this functional test. Some ECMs can assist with the creation and design of such a test.

    There is a lag period. It might not be the most excellent option if you need to bring your product to market rapidly. In terms of quality and lifespan, functional testing, on the other hand, may save you time and money.

    Which Factors Affect The Performance Of A Microphone PCB?

    Your microphone PCB may be affected by several different circumstances. In the long run, they have the potential to reduce your PCB’s performance or perhaps shut it down completely. What you need to keep in mind is this. know

    Temperature Reliability

    PCB performance might be adversely affected by a thermal problem. Materials with a more excellent thermal rating are needed for specific boards.

    Heat Exchange

    This test must be passed before the material may be used for the intended purpose.

    PCB Heat Transfer

    PCB Heat Transfer

    Mechanical properties

    Microphone PCB performance is heavily dependent on mechanical qualities. Drop testing, and other performance requirements must be met before a PCB may be sold.

    How To Choose The Best Microphone PCB Manufacturer in China?

    China has steadily risen to the world’s primary producer of printed circuit boards in recent years. As a result, it might be challenging to choose the best Microphone PCB for your requirements. Before settling on a Microphone PCB maker, keep the following things in mind:

    • Pay close attention to the factory’s location and production power. This should be thoroughly weighed.
    • Analyze the standing of Microphone PCB board manufacturers and vendors.
    • PCB circuit board providers should be your primary focus
    • Keep an eye out for the experts in quality control.
    • Keep an eye out for a guarantee on when the order will be delivered.


    Many of the gadgets we use on a daily basis have a microphone PCB. It is for this reason that it is a crucial component of the PCB.

    The microphone PCB is fragile and requires special attention. Choosing the top manufacturer in China, like PCBMay, is essential for your project’s success.

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