Shure PG81 user reviews
The mic should be used in live situations on acoustic instruments. The cardioid polar pattern picks up all of the sound that it will out put from directly in front of the mic making it difficult to record unwanted sounds coming from other instruments or external things that may be going on. Jut think about if you where onstage and the mic was pi...
I've been using the Shure PG 81 both on the stage and in the studio for the last two or three years. I have found that it is best suited for picking up acoustic instruments during a live show. I have also used it in the studio a few times, but find that it doesn't pick up as much detail as I would like for a studio mic. For this reason, I would ...
10 years of use. Test conducted indoors: Micro 8 m from the speaker means exactly what it says on the condition that the person pushes his way a bit. Very good value for money. Is unfortunately not bundled with one Bonette anti wind. Micro relatively sensitive, think of cutting the tra...
Shure PG81 - " Good mood micro" - chauchau33
I use it for 5 years with a +48 V phantom power mixer. I did not use a 1.5V battery I like it well for the resumption of choirs. I use other models of the brand AKG but I know no ref. Very good quality / price ratio for this microphone quality and worth around € 120.
Shure PG81 - " Very good." - Gold Ship
How long you use it? 6 months Did you tried many other models before buying it? Not What is so special that you like best? The simplicity and accuracy. the least? I'm still looking. How would you rate the quality / price? Very good With experience, you do again this choice? Yes ...
Shure PG81 - " Super thin and versatile!" - Jcl30rmw
used for 5 years before, I had Shure 16A. They largely take the comparison! Acquired with the briefcase of Shure drum mics. Good quality / price ratio in this range entry / mid-range With the proper definition and balanced mids, make a backup battery in the "atmosphere" is very easy: a PG52 at the entrance ...
Shure PG81 - pulvonium
I bought two copies of this microphone to add sound batteries, with an SM57 and a Beta 52. This mic is a range lower than my other two elements. I had at that time not afford to put another 1000 euros in two overheads. Well finally they s'n out perfectly! And they know how many other things that the overhead.
Shure PG81 - BeeOne
Used for several days, I appreciate very robust appearance (metal body), ease of implementation (+48 V not required, which suits me much because in the PA system of the church or singing is no phantom, so saves me a preamp dedicated implementation very simple). The sound is just fine for this type of application. Good sensitivity,...
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