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|Transducer||(Moving Coil, with Neodymium Magnet) Dynamic|
|Frequency Response||50 Hz - 16 kHz|
|Maximum Input Sound Level||Not Specified by Manufacturer|
|Power Requirements||None Dynamic, Requires No Phantom or Battery Power|
|Output Impedance||150 Ohms (290 Ohms Actual)|
|Output Connectors||XLR-3M Type|
|Applications||Drums, Guitar Amplifiers, Brass, Woodwinds and Vocals.|
|Dimensions||6.19 x 1.75" (157 x 32mm) LxDiameter|
|Weight||9.71 oz (272g)|
You can say this microphone is a great all around microphone and it is if you need it to be. It is definitely a microphone that you need to have around because you never know when you will have a use for it but I would not use it for vocals if you do not have to.
I had been using a Sure KSM27 Condenser Mic for years on my Guitar cabinets with mixed results. If I recorded at low volume I would hear way too much background noise (picking, breathing,etc.). This mic allows for me to record in my apartment and not ♥♥♥♥ anyone off.
We have an announcer on our show who is a Metal singer and because he lacks a certain amount of finesse when doing voice over no broadcast mic seemed to do the trick. This one did.
A friend had one of these and I liked the sound and volume he was getting without feedback. Bought one myself and wish I had done it sooner.
Very strong, clean Mike! My lead singer has a powered Beta and was impressed. I've use 58s & 57s for as long as I can remember. I've been at it professionally and semi-pro since 1969. Shure G is the BEST!
so far, so good. Solid product
used for a harp mic. the proximity effect is real good at boosting low notes. less handling noise than my 57
This is the upgraded version of the sm57; more dynamics, more detail. Generally, the sm57 are used to capture acoustic or electric guitar and drums. I found out that the Beta 57A does an excellent job on my voice, and just had to buy one for my self. Great value for the money.
A friend of mine who runs sound professional recommended this mic for me and my vocal register. I've used it now for 3 live shows and I have to say it blows away some of the other mics I have used. It replaced a TC Helicon MP 75 I was using with my VoiceLive 3.
Great mic for any kind of use. Vocals sound great as well as guitar and bass amplifier. I use this mic in my home studio and live performance.
I have three of these that I now use on stage. Incredible, clear crisp sound.