Annonces Shure PG81
good stage micPublished on 06/28/12 at 15:13
The mic should be used in live situations on acoustic instruments. The cardioid polar pattern picks up all of the sound that it will out put from directly in front of the mic making it difficult to record unwanted sounds coming from other instruments or external things that may be going on. Jut think about if you where onstage and the mic was picking up stuff from the sides and other members on stage. The overeall output would be horrible. That is why this mic is design to pick up sound directly in front of it.
Great mic at a great price, but like I said Shure has made so many different versions of this mic im not sure why they have done that but they did. So you would probably need to try a few out before you found the one you wanted.
I've been using the Shure PG 81 both on the stage and in the studio for the last two or three years. I have found that it is best suited for...…
I've been using the Shure PG 81 both on the stage and in the studio for the last two or three years. I have found that it is best suited for picking up acoustic instruments during a live show. I have also used it in the studio a few times, but find that it doesn't pick up as much detail as I would like for a studio mic. For this reason, I would really only recommend the PG 81 for those looking for a condenser microphone to use for live sets. It is a great option for acoustic guitars that aren't acoustic-electric and don't have pick ups, and also excels on other acoustic stringed instruments like banjo and mandolin. As far as condenser microphones go, this is about as cheap as they will get, and while I wouldn't normally recommend using condenser mics for live use, this is designed for playing out and does a great job in this situation. I haven't used too many other condenser mics for live shows, so I'm not sure what I could compare it to. Its heavy build and good sound quality make it a great option to bring out to shows for picking up acoustic instruments.
For recovery instrument or choirPublished on 01/08/13 at 12:47 (This content has been automatically translated from French)
10 years of use.
Test conducted indoors:
Micro 8 m from the speaker means exactly what it says on the condition that the person pushes his way a bit.
Very good value for money.
Is unfortunately not bundled with one Bonette anti wind.
Micro relatively sensitive, think of cutting the track when it is not used because it takes everything within reach.
- Manufacturer: Shure
- Model: PG81
- Category: Small diaphragm condenser microphones
- Added in our database on: 03/24/2004
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Other names: pg81, pg 81, pg81 xlr, pg81xlr, pg 81 xlr