Hi guys, quick query (at least I think it's quick!). I know that, in a microphone, when a waveform passes through the electromagnetic field it resonates the diaphragm and in turn moves the induction coil set in the middle, creating a VARYING current... My question is: Is the varying current/electrical signal that is generated from the sound vibrating on the diaphragm varied depending on the sound power and/or pressure of the waveform? or limited to the DC powering the microphone itself? ALSO... Is the power output ratio dependent on how large the EMF field and induction coil is as well? Thanks very much guys, I hope I'm not talking jibberish! ha ha.