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Shure PG58 Microphones 3-Pack
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Engineered to be easy to operate, the Shure PG58 lets you capture the imagination of your audience so you can get your message across. Just as artist...Click To Read More About This Product
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A rugged microphone tuned to accentuate the clarity of lead and back-up vocals.
Engineered to be easy to operate, the Shure PG58 lets you capture the imagination of your audience so you can get your message across. Just as artists, visionaries and social leaders across generations and around the world have done with Shure products for more than 75 years.
The Shure PG58 has a tailored frequency response that is smooth, extended and is tuned specifically for vocal applications The cardioid polar pattern picks up the most sound from in front of the microphone and some sound from the sides and is less susceptible to feedback. The dynamic cartridge has a simple, rugged coil and handles extreme volume levels without distortion.
- Cartridge includes a neodymium magnet for high output level.
- Internal shock mount for reduced handling noise.
- Durable metal construction.
- On/off switch for onstage control
- Hardened steel mesh ball grille that resists wear and abuse.
- Integral "pop" filter reduces explosive breath sounds and wind noise.
- Microphone Type: Dynamic (moving coil)
- Polar Pattern: Cardioid (unidirectional)
- Frequency Response: 60 to 15,000 Hz
- Polarity: Positive pressure on diaphragm produces positive voltage on pin 2 relative to pin 3 of microphone output connector
- Output Impedance (at 1000 Hz): 300 ohms
- Sensitivity (at 1000 Hz): -53 dBV/Pa, (2.2 mV), 1 Pascal=94 dB SPL
- Electromagnetic Hum Sensitivity: 26 dB equivalent SPL in a 1 millioersted field (60 Hz)
- Switch: Built-in On/Off switch
- Connector: Three pin professional audio connector (male XLR type)
- Case: Die cast metal handle, black matte finish; hardened silver colored, spherical steel mesh grille
- Environmental Conditions: This microphone operates over a temperature range of -29 to 57 degrees Celsius (-20 to 135 degrees Fahrenheit), and at a relative humidity of 0 to 95%.
- Weight: Net: 321 g (11.3 oz) Packaged: 908 g (2 lb)
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I've used these mics for the last 4 years in my group and in my churh. Great sound. Low handling noise. Very durable. Recorded with them, very clean sound. Two thumbs up for the price.
Save your money. I bought my PG58 and had to reheat all of the solder joints before it would work. The switch went bad in mine not to long after that. The mic worked well when it was working but I would be ashamed to put my name on it if I were Shure.
I own a lot of mics, including SM-58's (which I use when not using a hear-worn mic). I prefer condensor mics for vocals, but you and I know what a disaster that can be when feedback becomes an issue. Anyway, I needed a bunch of mics for a new group I was starting and I decided to try the PG-58's instead of SM-58's. I needed six mics, so at the price for three PG-58's it was worth a try. When the mics arrived, I had to compare them with SM-58's so I plugged each into a different channel on the board. Singing into both mics simulaneously, I could not hear much difference as the sound man panned from the PG-58 to the SM-58. The proximity effects were about the same. Holding the mics directly in front of my BOSE PAS that I use, produced feedback at exactly the same distance (mic to column) and at just about the same pitch. That's got to tell you something about the cartrigde. So, I passed them around to my lead singers, two young ladies who are a bit fussy about their sound, and no complaints. In fact, there wasn't a noticable difference in their sound. And, in my opinion, if you're going to hear a difference, you're going to hear it using a pair of BOSE PAS systems driven with a good board.So there you have it. I just purchased three more.
i work at a proffesional sound company who specializes in Ground Sound (state fairs, 70v paging horns ect) and when it came time to choose a mic to use out in the feild we took a PG58 and a cheap Superlux HiZ mic off our showroom floor and tested them out..belive it or not the PG58 had terrible handling noise, and if you just look at the pattern for it and has a large back lobe that is a complete pain, we took the superlux mic out and plugged it in and found there was barly no handling noise, the mic was wieghted better and the patterned looked good...all in all the PG58 is $69 i belive and the superlux was $25