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|Package Weight||0.75 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||10.1 x 4.9 x 3.4"|
|Frequency Response||20 Hz - 20 kHz|
|Dynamic Range (Typical)||112.5 dB|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||63 dB at 94 dB SPL (IEC 651)|
|Maximum Input Sound Level||143.5 dB|
|Output Impedance||1200 Ohms|
|Output Connectors||4-Pin, Tini Q-G Connector|
|Power Requirements||5 V (pin 2 to pins 3 and 4) Note: Power is Provided by Wireless Transmitter|
|Polar Pattern||Cardioid (Unidirectional)|
I love these mics. This is the third one I've owned (over many years). It's a great sounding mic that can handle the life on the road if you take care of it. Never had any feedback issues using these.
This is a great mic for saxophonists. I purchased it to replace the one that came with my original wireless system I bought in 2006 to tour with Anita Baker. I love it's sound and durability.
Obviously this mic is not a studio, large diaphragm mic. But for clipping on a sax and getting a great sound in little time, this mic rocks!
After years of using an old pre-Beta Shure SM98 for my tenor sax (I still have it and it still works great), I was on a gig where the sound tech had his own wireless and one of these available, so I used it and it worked beautifully.
I picked decided to buy this because doing weddings and having sax players playing games with playing on the mic, then not at all... then burying the sax into the mic... Life savor... for a budget. And it sounds amazing.
After needing an upgrade from a cheaper wireless horn mic, I decided to go with the Shure WB98H/C. The build is sturdy, the sound is good, and I believe the transmitter and receiver (which I also purchased as a package) will suit me well for many years.
We have a very loud bar, and this mix doesn't feed back and it's a great sound. We actually had to buy another one because someone stole the first one. They must have known what it was sincere have so much other stuff on the stage. Great Mic!!!
Great Shure horn mic. for a wireless system. This is the second one that I've bought and my sax actually sounds good not like some other mics. Spend the money and get the best.
Sounds fantastic on trumpet and trombone...haven't used it on other instruments yet. purchased with a shure wireless receiver, the horn players love it.
The sound I'm getting for my saxophone through the Shure WB98H/C is terrific. A true pure amplification of the sound of my Mark VI Tenor. I waited a long time before moving to wireless but with the WB98H/C I've got the sound I want through the PA and no longer am I tied to one position in front of a...