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Dynamic Microphone from Shure belonging to the BETA series.

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  • a safe bet

    Shure Beta 58Published on 10/07/14 at 12:16
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    Vocal Mic
    Pattern: Supercardioid
    Bandwidth: 50-16000 Hz
    Impedance: 290 Ohm
    Dimensions (L x Ø): 160 x 50 mm
    Weight: 278 g

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 2 years, to replace a Shure SM 58 I had tried during an ox and I think the sound is warmer than the SM. In the price range of 200 euros, it is recognized by experts, I trust them ... When recording is nickel, live well, no feedback, no repisse a nice natural compression without having a rack of effect of 2 meters high.
  • Although

    Shure Beta 58Published on 06/26/13 at 02:15
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    I use it only in concert.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 10 years.
    I also have a Shure SM 58 I prefer. The BETA 58 is a bit more midrange.
    This is a good product.
    With the experience I remake this choice.
    For singers these pickups are a reference.
  • Shure Beta 58Published on 12/22/04 at 05:03
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    View the site in question.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it to record my classical guitar (piezo + in + the SM57 in the amp) by positioning it in front of the guitar between the neck and rosasse or the other cot (Anyway it is necessary and seeks vari .

    It does nothing but the sound after it nose!

    It does not color the sound, it is kind short, it is relatively easy to use.
  • Shure Beta 58Published on 03/04/05 at 06:52
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    Supercardiode dynamic microphone for voice live mainly

    Rponse in frquence: 50 Hz to 16 kHz
    Output voltage: 2.6 mV / Pa
    Impdance Nominal 150 ohms (290 tural)

    - Air suspension to avoid handling noise
    - Insensitive to changes in impdance
    - Magnet nodyum (high output without distortion)
    - The effect of proximity is decreased (nice)
    - The small plastic ring is a blue dtail, but can put the microphone on a table more "discreetly"

    OVERALL OPINION

    This microphone is not great with cte ingnieurs sound, used his small ERRF: the SM58.
    The microphone is actually a micro succsseur of legends, he has a hard win.

    It is true that the sound is not the same: more rich in......
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    Supercardiode dynamic microphone for voice live mainly

    Rponse in frquence: 50 Hz to 16 kHz
    Output voltage: 2.6 mV / Pa
    Impdance Nominal 150 ohms (290 tural)

    - Air suspension to avoid handling noise
    - Insensitive to changes in impdance
    - Magnet nodyum (high output without distortion)
    - The effect of proximity is decreased (nice)
    - The small plastic ring is a blue dtail, but can put the microphone on a table more "discreetly"

    OVERALL OPINION

    This microphone is not great with cte ingnieurs sound, used his small ERRF: the SM58.
    The microphone is actually a micro succsseur of legends, he has a hard win.

    It is true that the sound is not the same: more rich in high-medium, o the characters plutt aggressive.
    The SM58 is plutt blind bottom-medium, which makes a deep voice trs.

    My personal opinion is that this micro hard required (especially in France, as elsewhere in the United States, he made his small place) because of the characters srement aggressive tendencies that may make it be less flattering than a SM58.
    However, if live is a joy to use compared to the SM58:
    - The high-medium amne voice in front of the mix '
    - The feedback is less thanks Submitted including hyper-cardioid directivity his (directivity over emissions means less repisse) and its output level that the leve more SM58 (which is somewhat feeble)

    I would put 9 because I'm very curious to listen ElectroVoice range, which has very good feedback from our users ...
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  • Shure Beta 58Published on 11/30/05 at 04:35
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    Singing live
    dynamic

    OVERALL OPINION

    Used for 8 years in home studio
    I like the effect of proximity rather hot, with lots of dtails in his voice.
    I know the SM58 and the RODE NT1.
    report qualitprix correct, but I think j'hsiterais with SM58, cheaper.
  • Shure Beta 58Published on 11/18/06 at 02:45
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    - What kind of microphone?
    Micro Dynamic XLR phantom power-free.
    Rponse in frquence: 50 Hz to 16 kHz
    Output voltage: 2.6 mV / Pa
    Impdance nominal 150 Ohms

    OVERALL OPINION

    - How long have you use it?
    7 Years

    - What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    + Warm
    + Support Multi Instrument Sound nikel
    + Strong
    + Homogne
    Super Qualitbr + /> + precision
    Report Price + Qualit
    - No

    - Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
    I had a good TLM and is sure it has nothing to do, it's my flying wildly and I never had the finances to buy me one.
    So I did not fall in the price model SM58 I above, with the price I did not take a big risk.
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    - What kind of microphone?
    Micro Dynamic XLR phantom power-free.
    Rponse in frquence: 50 Hz to 16 kHz
    Output voltage: 2.6 mV / Pa
    Impdance nominal 150 Ohms

    OVERALL OPINION

    - How long have you use it?
    7 Years

    - What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    + Warm
    + Support Multi Instrument Sound nikel
    + Strong
    + Homogne
    Super Qualitbr + /> + precision
    Report Price + Qualit
    - No

    - Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
    I had a good TLM and is sure it has nothing to do, it's my flying wildly and I never had the finances to buy me one.
    So I did not fall in the price model SM58 I above, with the price I did not take a big risk.
    Finally it with me for 7 years, with a pramps behind I never had to change it, I've made my and well done.

    - How do you report qualitprix?
    This is the highlight! Even when it is far above the SM58 every way, and for a price not even doubled it exclente a case.

    - With the exprience, you do again this choice?
    Bluntly!

    - Global
    This micro bleuffe trs me often, it takes all kinds of voice with comptence rare for this level of quality awards.
    It is prcis especially hot with a surprisingly dynamic.
    I surprised even make guitars with nylon flok and the fact ca.
    A micro pro, def sound for a reasonable price, Do not hesitate, even when it is really above the SM58.
    Remember when even a small pramp, such a DMP3 or for a richer EnVoice ca completes the well when the same.
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    Not particularly worth the extra price

    Shure Beta 58Published on 06/27/11 at 02:13
    The Shure Beta 58 is a microphone touted by Shure as the "successor" to the venerable and venerated SM58. I cannot disagree more. It has nothing to do with the fact that the Shure Beta 58 is a bad microphone. In fact, I absolutely disagree. The Shure Beta 58 is a fantastic microphone that does in fact offer more detail than the Shure SM58 like it is intended by Shure. However, this does not always flatter the vocalist.

    The Shure Beta 58 is not so much an improvement over the legendary Shure SM58 as much as it is a recoloring, or revoicing. It offers an alternate flavor to the general feel of the SM58, and the result is an increased detail in the high frequencies.

    From experience, I've......
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    The Shure Beta 58 is a microphone touted by Shure as the "successor" to the venerable and venerated SM58. I cannot disagree more. It has nothing to do with the fact that the Shure Beta 58 is a bad microphone. In fact, I absolutely disagree. The Shure Beta 58 is a fantastic microphone that does in fact offer more detail than the Shure SM58 like it is intended by Shure. However, this does not always flatter the vocalist.

    The Shure Beta 58 is not so much an improvement over the legendary Shure SM58 as much as it is a recoloring, or revoicing. It offers an alternate flavor to the general feel of the SM58, and the result is an increased detail in the high frequencies.

    From experience, I've noticed that the Beta 58, if I had to make a sweeping generalization, is better on female voices than it is on male voices. For males, I prefer the old standby, the Shure SM58. I like the midrange presence of the SM58, while the high frequency response of the Beta 58 is far superior. The SM58 does have a tendency to get a bit woofy though, so for fuller, richer voices, the Beta 58 may very be a better choice, male or female. I have a richer (in context of most rock and pop singing) high baritone voice, and personally, the Shure Beta 58 is better on my voice than the SM58.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The microphone isn't really the successor to the SM58 that it's supposed to be. Shure as a company proves this by continuing to make the SM58 at all. The industry standard also has the self-fulfilling quality of it being the industry standard, meaning that more people know how to work it. More people understand it. And more people know how to make the most of the SM58 than the Beta 58.

    For this, I say that unless you have tried it yourself, stick with the SM58. You won't be disappointed.
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  • bof ...

    Shure Beta 58Published on 05/10/11 at 11:43
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    ras

    OVERALL OPINION

    I dropped the microphone in the middle said, it had never happened.
    slightly finer than SM58, more suited to female voices than the SM58, there is still much better for the price, either in or audix beyer.
  • Shure Beta 58Published on 09/30/08 at 20:31
    This mic is a moving coil dynamic from Shure. It looks and feels like an updated version of Shure's SM58. It's a dynamic, so you don't need any phantom power. The pickup pattern on this is cardioid. The primary use you'll find for this mic is on stage for vocalists. The frequency response is tailored to this usage. There is a peak around 3k for added clarity and sharpness on the voice, and there is a generous roll-off on the bottom to compensate for boominess from the proximity effect, or from someone handling the mic as singers often do. There is a built-in mesh pop filter to aid in cutting back on plosive sounds. This mic offers very good side and back rejection, which is great......
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    This mic is a moving coil dynamic from Shure. It looks and feels like an updated version of Shure's SM58. It's a dynamic, so you don't need any phantom power. The pickup pattern on this is cardioid. The primary use you'll find for this mic is on stage for vocalists. The frequency response is tailored to this usage. There is a peak around 3k for added clarity and sharpness on the voice, and there is a generous roll-off on the bottom to compensate for boominess from the proximity effect, or from someone handling the mic as singers often do. There is a built-in mesh pop filter to aid in cutting back on plosive sounds. This mic offers very good side and back rejection, which is great in a live situation where you want to minimize your bleed - especially on the lead vocal. There isn't an on/off switch like there are on a lot of hand-held vocal mics, which is unfortunate because those can definitely come in handy when the mic suddenly starts a feedback loop.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have owned one of these for a couple of years. It really is very similar to the Shure SM58. I honestly don't really find a huge difference in the sound quality. The Beta does look a little nicer and flashier, but that doesn't warrant the large price difference. The Beta does sound just a little bit crisper, but I feel that the difference that does exist would easily get lost in a live setting because it is so small. For that reason I really think most people should just stick with the cheaper, dependable SM58 for live vocals. They will do pretty much the same exact job. I probably wouldn't get one again, since the SM58's I have are almost just as good.
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