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|Transducer||Permanently Biased Condenser|
|Frequency Response||20-20,000 Hz|
|Dynamic Range (Typical)||5000 ohm: 133 (136)dB
2500 ohm: 128 (130)dB 1000 ohm: 122 (125)dB
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||75dB S/N ratio is the difference between 94dB SPL and equivalent SPL of self-noise A-weighted|
|Maximum Input Sound Level||5000 ohm: 150 (165)dB
2500 ohm: 144 (159)dB 1000 ohm: 139 (154)dB
|Power Requirements||+48VDC Phantom Power|
|Output Impedance||150 ohms (actual)|
|Output Connectors||Balanced XLR|
|Pad||0dB or 15dB Pad switch|
|Low Frequency Roll-Off||Flat; -6 db/octave below 115Hz; -18 dB/octave below 80Hz|
|Dimensions||6.325 x 0.950" (162 x 24mm) (L x Diameter)|
|Weight||6.9 oz (195 grams)|
The Shure KSM32 in practice is an incredible workhorse in the studio. The fact that it is supposedly tailored doesn't prevent this microphone from fulfilling a great number of roles.
Great microphone in good price. I usually use it for the trumpet, and it has a warm sound which is unusual for the condenser microphones in this price range. It also allow me to record little details such as articulations and dainamics.
I run a municipal TV station and do most of the V/O work. Bang for the buck this is a great mic. i use it in conjunction with the Shure XLR to USB adapter straight into Adobe Audition.
This mic differs from most unidirectional mics in having an extended low frequency response. This makes it ideal for piano, orchestral and pipe organ recording. I used a pair of these mics in a DIN stereo recording pattern (mics placed about 8 inches apart and angled 90 degrees) to record the...
The KSM32/SL delivers what it promised. Great product and very happy with it.