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The Beta 87A has consistently been a top choice of performers and audio technicians around the world due to...
The studio standard for miking acoustic guitar, piano, and cymbals.
A versatile, flat-response mic for acoustic and high volume performance applications, the SM137 has an...
Extended frequency response for incredibly natural sound.
Get one of the most popular mics around, and now you'll get a shockmount, bag, and case too.
The PG27 side-address cardioid condenser microphone features a large diaphragm and a high SPL threshold that...
The Shure KSM32 is a side-address, cardioid condenser microphone for highly critical studio recording and live...
Perfect for choir, dramatic productions and musical ensembles. Microflex overhead microphones provide high...
An excellent choice for acoustic guitar and piano.<br />End-address condenser mic with a cardioid polar...
Great for recording, instruments, and digital sampling.
Designed for meeting-room full coverage of large tables.
Accurate sound reproduction in an unobtrusive overhead microphone.
Shure has been a leader in audio innovations and recording for over 80 years. With that kind of experience, it's no wonder that Shure happily admit that their passion for developing condenser microphones has turned into an obsession. As winners of numerous awards as well as endless praise from artists and audio professionals who use their products, it's easy to see why Shure has earned their reputation as the most trusted brand the audio world has ever known.
Condenser mics are the most common mic you'll find in a studio. With their high frequency response and sensitivity, they are ideal for capturing your instrument or voice in a controlled environment. That said, these microphones are also valuable for use in a live environment as well, especially if you are setting mics up for drums.
So which Shure condenser mic is going to be ideal for you? Well, that's all a matter of personal preference. If you're not entirely sure where to begin your search, it's recommended that you check out our best sellers and go from there. An option like the SM81 Condenser Mic, for example, has become a staple in studio for micing acoustic guitar, piano, and cymbals. With a wide frequency response and rugged construction, this is the type of mic you'll always want to hook up and experiment with.
Another top rated option is the SM86 Cardioid Condenser Vocal Mic. This rugged stage mic offers all the advantages of Shure's SM line, but with condenser mic clarity. This means it is ideal for helping your vocals sound unreal when you're out on tour with the band. With cardioid polar patterns that help to minimize the effects of background noise and feedback, this mic will turn your live show into an absolute stunner.
To be honest, whichever Shure mic you choose, you're in for a treat. That's because Shure has worked hard to ensure that all their mics meet and exceed their exacting standards for quality. Try one today and experience the difference a Shure makes for yourself.