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Dynamic Microphone from Shure belonging to the SM series.

Shure Incorporated announced that it is offering rebates this fall on four of its products.

Customers who purchase an SM57, an SM58, a PGX Wireless system, or a PGX Digital Wireless system between October 1, 2011, and December 31, 2011, are eligible to receive up to $30 cash back. The rebate is open to customers who purchase from Shure authorized retailers in the United States and Canada.

 

The SM57 is most often used as an instrument microphone, suited for live sound reinforcement and recording; while the SM58 is an industry standard for live vocal performances. The PGX Wireless and PGX Digital Wireless systems, as their name indicates, both feature wireless technology.

 

Rebates include $10 back for any SM57 or SM58 purchase; $20 back for a PGX Wireless System; and $30 back with the PGX Digital Wireless System.

 

For more information on rebates from Shure and how to take advantage of the current offers, visit www.shure.com/rebates.

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