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Shure Large diaphragm condenser microphones user reviews

  • Shure KSM44

    Shure KSM44 - "Shure tough KSM44 LDC - for home recording vocal and acoustic"


    I wanted a microphone for vocals and some acoustic, mainly vocals. This is for a small HR setup seeking professional sounds while tracking. Male vocal mic that didnt need a lot of EQ and Dynamic work for my voice. I wanted a mic that could tra…

  • Shure PG27

    Shure PG27 - ""Not that Great, but not that Bad""


    The "Shure-PG27" side address cardioid condenser microphone comes in two options - XLR and USB type. I went with the XLR option. Weighing only 438 grams, this condenser microphone delivers what it promises. Extremely sensitive highs. This phantom…

  • Shure PG42-LC

    Shure PG42-LC - "Great for vocals on modern music"


    Tried this condenser mic on a pro studio environment, and also in a room with no acoustic treatment. fairly bright, and a little bit risky for recording a nasally vocalist with a terrible handling on "ss". OVERALL OPINION It's easily blends on any …

  • Shure KSM44A

    Shure KSM44A - "Excellent Quality Mic..with a caveat"


    Solid, super well built professional STUDIO microphone, solid state/transformer-less 'pletharos' design. Multi-pattern. Incredibly low self noise. LARGE diaphragm condenser. OVERALL OPINION Quality of sound is excellent. Build quality phenomenal.…

  • Shure KSM27

    Shure KSM27 - "Pretty Good"


    The Shure KSM27 is a side-address condenser microphone with a cardioid polar pattern. It was made with studio use in mind, but it's a pretty rugged unit overall. It has a great sound and reproduces very accurately. It runs on 48V Phantom Power. It so…

  • Shure KSM27

    Shure KSM27 - "well rounded"


    The Shure SM27 is a well rounded mic that is a condenser mic that doesn’t cost a lot of money and will provide you with a pretty good sound. It came out years ago for around 400 or maybe a little more than that. But now can be purchased brand new for…

  • Shure KSM27

    Shure KSM27 - "very good mic for cheap"


    The Shure KSM27 is a vocal condenser microphone that is suitable for both use in the studio and the stage.  I have only used it in the studio, but it definitely has the look and the shape of a stage microphone.  However, since it is a condenser micro…

  • Shure KSM27

    Shure KSM27 - Kierkes's review


    The Shure KSM27 is a recently discontinued large diaphragm condenser microphone that is initially remarkable for how small it truly is. Shure has recently discontinued this microphone, replacing it with a fundamentally different SM27. It is a very ba…

  • Shure KSM44

    Shure KSM44 - Kierkes's review


    The Shure KSM44 is Shure's highest offering in the condenser microphone territory. It has been and always will be compared to its cheaper cousin, the KSM32, but keep in mind. The Shure KSM32 and the Shure KSM44 are not the same microphone. It may app…

  • Shure KSM32

    Shure KSM32 - "Very even sound."


    The Shure KSM32 is a cardioid electret large diaphragm condenser microphone that Shure advertises as being perfect for vocals. However, the microphone has been known to fill in a very complete workhorse role. This is because of its very respectable s…