A large diaphragm supercardioid condenser mic that greatly minimizes bleed from off-axis sound sources.
The Shure Beta 27 side-address condenser microphone is precision engineered for professional sound reinforcement and project studio recording applications. The Beta 27 mic's flat frequency response and low self-noise provide unerring performance in demanding environments whether they are on stage or in a studio.
The Shure Beta 27 microphone's tight supercardioid pattern and 3-position switchable low-frequency filter help reduce unwanted background noise, counteract proximity effect for consistent, extended low-end, and give you high gain-before-feedback. Shure tailored the Beta 27 for superior transient response thanks to the microphone's low-mass, 1" externally-biased, ultra-thin, 24-Karat gold-layered Mylar diaphragm.
Supercardioid polar pattern specifically targets the sound source consistently with greatly minimized bleed from off-axis sound sources
Tailored for superior transient response from a low-mass, 1" externally-biased, ultra-thin 24 Karat gold-layered Mylar diaphragm
Flat, neutral frequency response for natural reproduction on stage or in the studio
3-position switchable low-frequency filter helps reduce unwanted background noise or counteract proximity effect for consistent, extended low-end
-15dB switchable attenuator handles extremely high SPLs with ease
Premium electronic components and gold-plated internal and external connectors
With the Beta 27 you can be sure you'll capture the sounds you want, not the noises you don't. Order now!
Beta 27 Side-Address Microphone
Type: Condenser (externally biased)
Frequency: Response: 20 to 20,000Hz
Polar Pattern: Supercardioid
Sensitivity (at 1kHz, open circuit voltage): -37dBV/Pa, 1 Pascal=94dB SPL
Maximum SPL (1kHz at 1% THD): 1000Ω load: 134dB (148dB, Pad on), 2500Ω load: 140dB (154dB, Pad on)
Signal-to-Noise ratio (referenced at 94dB SPL at 1kHz): 85.5dB, S/N ratio is difference between 94dB SPL and equivalent SPL of self noise, A-weighted
Dynamic range (at 1kHz): 1000Ω load: 125.5dB, 2500Ω load: 131.5dB
Common Mode Rejection (20 Hz to 20kHz): > 50dB
Clipping Level (20Hz-20kHz at 1% THD): 1000Ω load: 2.0dBV, 2500Ω load: 8.5dBV, THD of microphone preamplifier when applied input signal is equivalent to cartridge output at specified SPL
Comments about Shure Beta 27 Side-Address Microphone:
I use this mike as an overhead to pick up the natural sound of my kit. This mike plus a kick mike and it sounds great recoding or in most small live gigs without the hastle of miking the whole kit. Sometimes simlper is better in small apps and this gives me some body to the kit. Very well ballanced, with good low end, not tinny like most condensor mikes.