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Perry Wright-1178 Perry Wright-1178

« The infamous Shure Vocal Musher »

Published on 09/13/22 at 12:48
Value For Money : Poor
Audience: Beginners
Great ? Maybe as a door stop. Just like Gilligan's Island, as primitive as can be.
They continued to sell them, long after far better products were available. Mediocre electronics, crazy concentric knobs, stupid switches, brainless light bulbs that were soldered in and prone to burn out, idiotic column speakers that were big, heavy, and dull sounding. Shure made a great microphone, but a terrible PA system. (The later models were just about as bad.) These did have some groovy looking aluminum trim, which probably accounts for half the cost. I suppose, to be fair, at that time there were few choices, most of them bad. The best systems I remember were user built, with ALTEC or JBL horns and speakers. The speaker columns were kind of interesting - two 10” 16Ω and four 8” 8Ω speakers, the two 10’s in series for 32Ω and the four 8” all in series for 32Ω, making a total of 16Ω cabinet. Then the crazy half column with one 10” and two 8”, all in series for a 32Ω cabinet. Unique, yes. Crazy, definitely.
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