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|Package Weight||1.36 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||11.0 x 5.5 x 3.5"|
|Type of Input Connector||Beta 58|
|Type of Microphone||No|
|Interchangeable Mic Heads||No|
|Battery Type/Approx. Life||2x AA size alkaline or rechargeable - approx 8 hours|
|Type of Transmitter||SLX2 UHF handheld|
|Level Control||0dB & 10dB Gain Adjust switch|
|Display||LCD Display: Channel / Frequency / Group / Lock / Transmitter Battery Status / Antenna Status|
|Dimensions||10 x 2" (254 x 51mm) Length x Diameter|
|Weight||10.2 oz (290g)|
|Mute Switch||Integrated On-Off / Mute Switch|
|# Of Channels||Not applicable, handheld transmitters feature built-in microphones|
Excellent Microphone, produce very clear and crisp sound for many application.
High Quality Microphone
no power switch
This mic is great for the price. I got it and plugged it into my unit amp and the sound was great, I finally heard the truth quality of my voice. It was like using a sound board to make my voice sound good. This mic does it already, set to go and record my voice.
Except for the power supply, I would give this 5 stars. The mic sounds great, reception is good, and the rechargeable battery is excellent. 15 hours of use and extremely quick to re-charge. Now the bad, the power supply is terrible. The wire on the DC side is extremely thin and fragile.
The beta 58 is awesome! Built like a tank. I had the regular 58 for 37 years.That mic still kicking, but it was time for an upgrade. Well worth the money.
We have always used the BETA 58's for about 35 or 40 years! They are the most reliable and best sounding in their class.
Really Can't go wrong with this mic. Its still a crazy durable dynamic mic like the sm58 but allows for much higher gain to feedback on axis. The polar pattern could give you issues if your talent is used to cardioid mics and not willing to listen.
Dependable, Attractive and make me sound good. I am 62 yrs of age retiree played music back in the 70's. I used Sure Mikes than and I sill use them . There's a lot of new brands out there but you still want find anything better. And you can't beat the price. So why change a good thing.
Used it on my gig yesterday and the found was great.
Beta 58A performs under all conditions. I have much more expensive miss ready at hand but if I don't want to take a risk and know that i need a resilient mic to come along with me I choose beta 58A under all conditions.
I've been seeking the right live mic for a female alto voice. The frequency range, response, and feedback threshold are great. There are finer pricier mics but this covers the base very well.