Far-Out-Music. This was bought for Church, so I am not aware of the exact price. I believe it was about 95.00.
I like everything! Great sound quality, High Output, and smooth and comfortable to hold, high-tech looks.
In my opinion, this mic is every bit as good as the SM58 in sound quality. The only difference is the SM58 is more rugged and durable to drops and bumps that occur during touring. However, the BG 2.1 has been dropped a couple times and gotten not so much as a dent!
There is really nothing at all I do not like. This is a great mic.
If you are going to be in a touring and heavy-use situation where the SM58 would be the best because of durability, the go ahead and buy the SM58.
But if you stil want the same great sound quality for situations like churches, clubs, permanant installations, and recording, go with the BG2.1. I've seen them for 75.00 in most places.
Dynamic vocal microphone with switch silent super cardio
It provides micro t me with the purchase of my console and I must say I had the chance of getting the above. Otherwise, I bought an SM58, like everyone else and I will pass ct an excellent product.
J'aprcie many body end: I have well in hand.
It hangs much less than a sm58 and for me as a real plus given that I do not always RPET in a studio-pro-hyper-well-soundproofed (actually never). At the same time, it has more dynamic sound that goes well with my voice trs (barython world in rock). The effect of proximity is no more effective, I would have AIM better.
And to top it off, it is indestructible. I promne everywhere and I have done everything: the post-boy (classic), rain and waterfalls (still classic), and even Coca (less classic l.
Briefly, after 7 years, it is always in perfect state, not a pet or a raflure and his gal is itself. The switch is still silent.
If it is again with the same budget, then we go back without hsiter.
For cons, I sub ds, I take a Senheiser E865