I have a black-box circuit attached to a condenser microphone. I would like to replace this condenser microphone with another. I have output impedance data for both microphones across frequency. The microphones do not have identical impedance profiles.
How would I go about designing an impedance matching circuit to get similar performance from the new microphone when fitted? Subtle gain differences can be corrected with post-processing of recorded material.
Could connecting a microphone with different output impedance to the original potentially cause damage to the black-box/new microphone, or is this highly unlikely?