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  • Shure Beta 57A

    Shure Beta 57A - "Universal"


    The Shure Beta 57A is a very rugged mic, the transients with the 57A are clean and very fast. This microphone will sound awesome with no matter what you put it in front of. I have used it on guitars, vocals, drums, and even horn instruments. I feel l…

  • Shure SLX24/SM58

    Shure SLX24/SM58 - "A solid choice for your wireless needs!"


    Well the thing to like most is that it's wireless! Your freedom of movement is no longer restricted by your cables! What's not to like? Well, if you've been dealing with wireless systems for awhile you know that when you start adding more and more wi…

  • Shure PG42-USB

    Shure PG42-USB - BeyondR's review


    Shure PG42-USB is a usb type of microphone , it can be used as well as a live device either as a recording device. It uses condenser technology. OVERALL OPINION What I like most about this mic is the USB Plug and Play connectivity for fast digital …

  • Shure Super 55 Deluxe

    Shure Super 55 Deluxe - "Looks good, But.."


    The Super 55 Deluxe is made to look vintage, but it is a pretty standard vocal microphone otherwise. Do not be fooled by the look of this microphone. It does look cool and has a vintage style to it, but the sound is nothing to brag about. It is an …

  • Shure KSM109

    Shure KSM109 - "KSM 109 good 4 church vocals"


    For using this mic as an up close vocal mic, put it on the (0) gain the mic to achieve the desired presence...and don't forget to adjust your EQ for max clarity. I didn't like the wind screen that came with the mic, so I got a differen…

  • Shure PG58

    Shure PG58 - "Great buy with the shure PG58"


    Excellent microphone for the price. There is a place in town where I practice music and there are SM 58s there as well. So I decided to test out the PG58 and an SM 58 and they sound identical. The only difference is the SM 58 is made like a tank, but…

  • Shure SM57

    Shure SM57 - "SHURE SM57 is a must have"


    The SM57 is a dynamic microphone with a cardioid, directional pattern. Dynamic mics sound different than condenser mics, which are better for capturing hi and low frequencies. A dynamic mic like the SM57 does not need phantom power, which makes it …

  • Shure SM81-LC

    Shure SM81-LC - "SM81 is Quality Mic"


    The Shure Model SM81 is a high-quality, unidirectional condenser microphone designed for studio recording, broadcasting, and sound reinforcement. Its wide frequency response, low noise characteristics, and low RF susceptibility have made it a standar…

  • Shure M44-7H

    Shure M44-7H - "Get a better sound with the M44-7-H"


    The Shure M44-7-H is a phono cartridge that has a Technics Head shell on it. This cartridge is very well built and also very affordable costing only 85 USD. The Shure M44-7-H won’t wear out your vinyl and it will not give you a bunch of skipping. If…

  • Shure SRH940

    Shure SRH940 - "don't buy these"


    The Shure SRH940 have a clean design to them and they are very comfortable to use. An engineer once told me about these headphones and we had a headphone discussion. The sound of them is not bad, but I do have some issues with the mids and the lows. …