All user reviews for the Shure 55SH T2
Contrary to what is often said, it is not the same membrane as SH58
I bought A few months ago.
A sound engineer got me a 55 to a concert and I fell in love ...
I am a guitarist / singer, and I can not stand having to remain static ... What's great with the SH55 is that the membrane is larger than SM58, suddenly, it is not obliged to do all the time gaff to the position of his mouth over the microphone.
Also, compared to a 58, it has a greater grip area. So, we can easily vary the number with distance.
From the point of view sound, it has a pretty nice personality.
This is a nice sturdy machine. A good value for money.
The trouble is that there is price, there is no one bag!
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kierel's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
the least is that it comes without storage pocket ...
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Thierry45's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Reviews of the Shure 55 SH"
I use it as a mic scene for animation, sometimes singing, and more rarely of mixed music.
This is a classic dynamic microphone with approximately the same capsule as the Sm 58.
We must talk about enough, it is insensitive to feedback and it works wonders in public thanks to its retro look.
Moreover the switch is very useful because I am alone to mix and talk.
I am very satisfied.
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SPH1X's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
very good mic for stage singing with the capsule of the beta58 but the look says "skull", I would say a safe bet for a male voice.
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thymeauthe's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Look great for her to go!"
Dynamic type, its cardioid directivity.
Standard XLR connection.
All features are easily found on the Internet.
I use it now for a little over a year. I tested many vocal microphone, including the SM 58, Sennheiser e945, and AKG, etc. ...
I must say it is very tempting to buy, just to design it's worth it!
However, the level of sound quality, there is not much difference with the SM58. Indeed, the membrane is the same. My only advantage is that it is better closed, and therefore less sensitive to feedback. Moreover it is a bit more accurate than the SM 58, but nothing transcendent!
So for the price difference, if one is comfortable sub and want to have style, I say a big YES!
Otherwise, all fall back on the SM 58 ... which is not necessarily the micro reference scene as much say so!
Yes it is tough, yes it has a significant reputation, but it is precisely that its reputation has increased its price.
A good Sennheiser will be cheaper for the same quality or better ...
Otherwise the price is fair value for the mouth that a.
I think with experience I will ever be choice, there is still a good microphone!
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AngelNormann's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
A single button: ON / OFF
I use it for almost a year to repeat the scene. Previously, I tried the beta 87a, DM 58.
It is much more defined than the SM58 (which sounds too rough on the side) but less than a beta 87a.
However, with the beta 87a, the slightest slip will not forgive, you've got to sing very fair.
SH55 for this, we need lips almost glued to the microphone if the level is very low. In return, watch out for popping. Shaking hands at the top of the microphone, you can saturate the sound giving the effect of a phone that is not unpleasant.
The sound is fairly balanced.
It is really nice to use live / repeat her look is impressive and you do not have to gesticulate in all directions to capture the audience. I find that all other microphones are too modern and do not personality. For cons, I recommend to use the studio as it lacks grain and having to stick the microphone in the studio is unpleasant. I find good value for money. Its price is justified
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