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Very high output improves signal-to-noise ratio. MagnaLock silent on/off switch may be locked "on." High-performance internal shockmount reduces hand...Click To Read More About This Product
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Very high output improves signal-to-noise ratio. MagnaLock silent on/off switch may be locked "on." High-performance internal shockmount reduces handling noise. Low impedance for long, low-noise cable runs. Neodymium dynamic element. Cardioid polar pattern. 60Hz-15kHz frequency response.
Very high output for improved signal-to-noise ratio
MagnaLock silent on/off switch may be locked "on"
High-performance internal shockmount for reduced handling noise
Neodymium dynamic element
Cardioid polar pattern
60Hz-15kHz frequency response
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Just look at the frequency response of other mics: The Audio Technica is 60 - 15k, the Shure 57 is 40 - 15k, and the Shure 58 is 50 - 15k. If you're going to be using this mic for vocals or guitar, GO FOR IT! The effective range for vocals doesn't even really dip as low as 60. This mic is more than anyone needs. And, man, for the price!?! Two for the price of one! Can't go wrong here. Oh, and you get a silent on/off switch. Can't beat this, really!
Sounds like a SM57 but LOUDER. Not very durable though - didn't survive getting trampled in a moshpit on a concrete floor. But it sounded AWESOME while it still worked. I'm getting more!
These mics have no low end at all. The screen has fallen apart on both of the mics I own. They feel and sound cheap. Do not use them for vocals!!!!