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Shure Beta 52
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Dynamic Microphone from Shure belonging to the BETA series.

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  • pulvoniumpulvonium

    Shure Beta 52Published on 02/06/13 at 04:50
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    OVERALL OPINION

    Bought back the bass drum.
    Works perfectly in this use provided you take the time to place it correctly, and have ad hoc microphone stands (foot cast if possible ...)
    Also works well on bass amp.
    Expensive but durable.
  • will1gsonwill1gson

    Shure Beta 52Published on 06/06/06 at 02:16
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    Dynamic

    OVERALL OPINION

    Simply brilliant pure bass drum! Take a Beta52A Travis skin outside of the GC was coupled to an SM91 inside .... ca breath away!
  • TruffleTruffle

    Shure Beta 52Published on 04/03/07 at 15:38
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    OVERALL OPINION

    - How long have you use it? 2 years

    - What is so special that you like most and least? At ease in any conditions

    - Have you tried many other models before buying it? Not

    - How would you rate the quality / price? very good!

    - With experience, you do again this choice? Yes! For his part mat, in studio or
    live! We tested this av a Audio Technica AE 2500 is a matter of taste compared
    to color the sound (minime!) but the sound quality is beautiful and there!
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    OVERALL OPINION

    - How long have you use it? 2 years

    - What is so special that you like most and least? At ease in any conditions

    - Have you tried many other models before buying it? Not

    - How would you rate the quality / price? very good!

    - With experience, you do again this choice? Yes! For his part mat, in studio or
    live! We tested this av a Audio Technica AE 2500 is a matter of taste compared
    to color the sound (minime!) but the sound quality is beautiful and there!
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  • polishdog90polishdog90

    Good bass mic

    Shure Beta 52Published on 08/25/11 at 16:40
    Shure Beta 52A Features:
    -Perfect for kick drum and other low frequency information
    -20Hz to 10kHz, presence boost at 4kHz
    -Strong proximity effect for tonal variation
    -Supercardioid pickup pattern for excellent isolation
    -Max SPL: 174dB

    This mic is a good bass/kick drum mic for both live and studio sound. It's relatively cheap and built tough so it works on stage but has a sound quality good enough to use in the studio.

    OVERALL OPINION

    This microphone has a pretty good sound. I primarily put it on bass cabs or the outside of a kick drum. It has a nice beefy bass response that can get some great tones. I prefer the AKG D112 to this mic for those applicat…
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    Shure Beta 52A Features:
    -Perfect for kick drum and other low frequency information
    -20Hz to 10kHz, presence boost at 4kHz
    -Strong proximity effect for tonal variation
    -Supercardioid pickup pattern for excellent isolation
    -Max SPL: 174dB

    This mic is a good bass/kick drum mic for both live and studio sound. It's relatively cheap and built tough so it works on stage but has a sound quality good enough to use in the studio.

    OVERALL OPINION

    This microphone has a pretty good sound. I primarily put it on bass cabs or the outside of a kick drum. It has a nice beefy bass response that can get some great tones. I prefer the AKG D112 to this mic for those applications but it is pretty similar in quality. I like to pair this mic with another mic with higher frequency response because it gives a nice low "oomf" but lacks some clarity. On a kick I use this on the outside and put a RE20 on the beater. On a bass cab I will use this paired with a 57, 4050, or just a bass DI. I haven't tried this microphone on much other than really low frequency sound sources but it sounds good on those. For the price its a really good deal. A decent kick mic will improve drum sounds greatly. If I had the option to buy this again, I would just pick up a second D112 because I slightly prefer its sound to the Beta 52.
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  • ecce48ecce48

    Very good

    Shure Beta 52Published on 04/28/11 at 13:04
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    said.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used to dub the sound of my bass amp. It is a true feast sound and clean with no special settings. Equating to add in a few bass is hell! Before I was using a DI towards the Soundcraft, nothing to see! is not given but it's good. I will ever be the same choice today.
  • damayedamaye

    Shure Beta 52Published on 02/12/10 at 01:52
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    It is a vibrant oriental drum (and bass?). It makes lots of bass, and availing oneself of a bump in the medium rather to highlight the striking the bat.

    It is specific on and no surprises. Its investment in (or outdoors of) the drum has a strong influence on the rendering.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for almost a year.

    I had a bass drum mic low range before (blur and cardboard)

    I like the rigor and robustness of the Beta52. When the Supsa knowing there are at least pay the Contents Premire! (A can lay elsewhere pbs foot kick, a tips easily). The sound is good or very good, very powerful and serious. I think it raccentuer (during or after registration) with the bump AIGE EQs…
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    It is a vibrant oriental drum (and bass?). It makes lots of bass, and availing oneself of a bump in the medium rather to highlight the striking the bat.

    It is specific on and no surprises. Its investment in (or outdoors of) the drum has a strong influence on the rendering.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for almost a year.

    I had a bass drum mic low range before (blur and cardboard)

    I like the rigor and robustness of the Beta52. When the Supsa knowing there are at least pay the Contents Premire! (A can lay elsewhere pbs foot kick, a tips easily). The sound is good or very good, very powerful and serious. I think it raccentuer (during or after registration) with the bump AIGE EQs that sends a fire god (APRS is a matter of taste). A possibility to test the weekend is also to pair it with a piezo tape on the batter head which will fit a sound tiny and sharp, but will UNESCORecords idalie serious power beta52.

    The report qualitprix is ​​not exceptional, but it is a pro mic.

    Yes I would do this choice.
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