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|Package Weight||0.4 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||6.6 x 4.4 x 3.3"|
|Frequency Response||50Hz to 17kHz|
|Dynamic Range (Typical)||102dB|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||27dB SPL (A-weighted)|
|Maximum Input Sound Level||129.5dB|
|Power Requirements||Regulated Nominal +5 Vdc (2 Vdc to 10 Vdc)|
|Low Frequency Roll-Off||No|
|Dimensions||Cable length: 4 foot (1.2 meter)|
|Weight||not specified by manufacturer|
|Output Impedance||18 kHz|
We acquired this mic for our pastor to combat feedback from the monitors on our small stage. Now that we have replaced tour old mic with this new one, we can actually use our monitors, and the pastor has the freedom to move about the sanctuary without being interrupted by feedback.
Most lavs work fine when shooting audio for video, hard wired or wireless. But when a PA is part of the audio chain, most lavs, being omnidirectional, will feed back in the sound system before a good audience level is attained.
We use this mic in worship. This was a step up from the original mic that we had been using for several years. The large windscreen helped dramatically decrease the popping.
Worked fantastically for mic'ing an arena football Referee.
We needed a quick replacement for one of our Shure wireless lav mics. Price was great and service was even better. No problems - unplug the old mic and plug in the new mic.
I purchase the shure wl184 to record tutorial. I need the supercardiod because I am recpording speech with music going on in the background and I wanted the speech to be captured and clear.
We use it in our church - great sound - easy to use and comfortable to wear. Windscreens do their work very well and we get next to no pops
We use this product during our church services to record the ministers while teaching or preaching. It has terrific pickup and is very well made. Compared to the stock omni mic, it is much heavier. Feedback is no longer as much of a problem.
used with either the ULX or UR1 bodypack transmitter its pretty good, it does need a lot of EQ to get any decent gain before feedback especially in the range of 600hz to 6.3khz, but in most situations it's pretty good, especially in a corporate setting where you're not going to blast the volume.
We use these microphones for a variety of live applications, including teleconferencing and video conferencing. Always reliable, good clean sound.