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|Frequency Response||50 Hz to 17 kHz|
|Dynamic Range (Typical)||94 dB|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||71.0 dB|
|Maximum Input Sound Level||117 dB, (1 kHz at 1% Total Harmonic Distortion, 1 kW Load)|
|Power Requirements||11 to 52v DC Phantom|
|Output Impedance||150 Ohms (180 Ohms Actual)|
|Output Connectors||XLR-3M Type|
|Low Frequency Roll-Off||None|
|Applications||Sound Reinforcement for Speech and Vocals Apply to Lectern, Pulpit, Stage Floor, Walls, Glass, etc.|
|Dimensions||4.263 x 3 x 1.621" (108.3 x 76.3 x 41.2mm) LxWxH|
|Weight||4.16 oz. (117.9 g)|
I'm using this microphone with a portable digital recorder, and the combo is great. This mic is typical of Shure products; it's rugged and sounds great. This model is the omnidirectional version - I also have a couple MX393/C which have a cardioid pattern.
We use two of these in a conference room with a video conferencing system. They are placed at two points on the conference table and pick up all conversations no matter which direction the participant is talking.
4 1/2 stars. These mics perform as you'd expect. I use two of them to record audio on typical conference room tables. Used with both Mackie 402 mixer and a Sound Devices 302. Excellent results with both. Obviously the further away someone is from this mic, the more room sound you get.
I use this for video and audio. it's always clear voice and I highly recommend
awesome piece of equipment! . great microphone.. picks up great quality audio from across the room.
best mic you can get for the money. Shure is always great
Used to record government meetings. Sound quality and pick-up depends on the room, but these are unobtrusive and work better than the gooseneck mics with a cardioid pattern we were using. One caveat - needs phantom power source (48V)
Mics are great, easy to use and easy to support
I've given this mic 4 out of 5 stars because of course you'd want a dedicated mic for anything truly important, and this omni-directional mic is not, by nature, a dedicated mic. But it works great for groups of people when there are not enough mics to go around.
I use this microphone when I am shooting more then two on screen talents. It eliminates the need to mic each person individually and from having to precisely position a boom mic. I have used this mic to record 3 and four people sitting around a table and was very happy with the quality of the sound.