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Electro-Voice PL24 Dynamic Vocal Microphone
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The PL24 is a great all-around general-purpose dynamic vocal mic. It is budget-sensitively priced, and delivers a balanced blend of controlled lows, ...Click To Read More About This Product
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All-around dynamic vocal mic that's extremely affordable.
The PL24 is a great all-around general-purpose dynamic vocal mic. It is budget-sensitively priced, and delivers a balanced blend of controlled lows, palatable mid range, and smooth high frequency content. Ideal for any vocal style, its supercardioid polar pattern provides the isolation and feedback rejection.
- Element Type: Dynamic
- Freq Response: 80- 16,000Hz
- Polar Pattern: Supercardioid
- Sensitivity: 2.2mV/Pa
- Impedance: 600 ohms
- Connector: 3-pin, XLR-type
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PL24 Dynamic Vocal Microphone
- Net Weight: 10.4 oz (294 g)
Shipping Weight: 19.3 oz (547 g)
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I am on a budget and bought this mic for home recording use. This mic is well built and is very sensative. I found it to have a pronounced proximity effect, so its probably better suited for stage use. While the mic is very clean, I found it just a tad bassy for my taste. If you plan to record with one of these, just use a pop filter and EQ out some of the bass and this mic will sound really good. Besides, you can't beat it for the money, so you better get 'em while you can!
I bought 4 of these for a Relay for Life festival in Erin, TN. I literally unboxed these at the event as we were setting up, so these were not even tested. All I can say is AMAZING!!!!!! They are fantastic and for the price of $29, you annot find another mic that can even come close to touching these things! I'm planning to buy 4 more already. My main mic for myself has been an SM58, and these things have better feedback resistance and accentuate the mids and highs slightly better. So in conclusion, these things are as good if not better than an SM58 and you can buy 4 for about the same price!!!!!!!!!! Fantastic mics and they can be cranked to the sky before they even dream of feeding back!!!!! I LOVE THEM!!! Oh and one of them took a stage dive during the event. I opened my case today to find the victim, an I'm not even sure I can tell which one it was! FANTASTIC DEAL!!!
This was a great buy. For about $29, this microphone sounds just as good as an sm58 and even comes with all the extras (Padded bag, Mic Clip). The only difference between the two: you can buy 4 PL-24s, instead of buying one sm58. If you are just starting a band, or you are just working with a small budget, this mic will do the trick. I only have one right now, but I just placed an order for another 3.
This is a great mic for the cost!!!!
I have used SM58s for years and have tried a Audix and Sennheiser vocal mics. The PL24 gives them a run for the money. We have 2 sound systems, 1 for medium size venues where we must meet request for signed artist and then a second club sound system for personal use. We are using PL24s for the vocals and they are pretty nice, especially for under $30 ea. They are a good value priced microphone.
Of the 4 PL24s I had one that was faulty but Musicians Friends customer service department did an incredible job of taking care of the problem! I have only been using them a short while and have yet to determine there road worthyness.
For under $30 these are great. Basically for slightly more than the cost of a sm58 you can have 4 of these.
I run 7-9 karaoke shows evry week and my mics take e beating and still are expected to deliver a good quality sound. I use exclusively EV mics in all of my shows though most of my mics are EV 767s I do use a few of these PL24's and they're very good mics for the money. They're durable and nice looking. They're good at feedback reduction and not too bad with 'handling' noise. If you want a good, cheap workhorse microphone you'd do well to buy these PL24s but for real clean, crisp vocal sound, the EV 767 or 967s are much better.
Not the best mike from EV but still has the right stuff for stage use: very low feedback on hot monitors, not too much bass rumble from the stands, good clarity for the singers, everybody can hear themselves and each other during 3- and 4-part vocals (very important to me). Have only used these at one gig with a strange monitor setup but they got us through. The next gig will be a more normal setup and then I'll know for sure about the sonic quality, but so far, so good.
Got 4 of these for the price of an SM58LC. Must be EV is dc'ing these units. Of the PL series that I have experience with, these are a little cheaper than the rest but they still sound OK.
Always have liked the memraflex stuff, it takes a beating and won't dent.