Microphone (Balanced XLR-XLR Cable)
- A rugged microphone tuned to accentuate the clarity of lead and back-up vocals.
- Comes with an XLR-XLR lead
- Mic clip and carry bag included
- On/off switch for onstage control.
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Shure PG58 Microphone (With XLR-XLR Lead)
The Shure PG 58 is an entry-level hard-wired vocal microphone, not to be confused with the SM58 model, its internal voice cartridge has been specifically engineered with a frequency response tailored to the range of the human voice. This model has the typical Cardoid polar response pattern used on vocal microphones to ensure that sound is picked up from the area directly in front of the microphone. This choice of polar pattern optimises the highest possible volume levels without the threat of feedback, the dynamic cartridge within the PG58 contains a Neodymium magnet which provides high output levels that are free from distortion.
The chassis of the microphone is of durable metal construction and has an internal shock-mount to reduce the level of handling noise. On the front face of the microphone is an on/off switch for on-stage mute control, covering the diaphragm is a hardened steel mesh ball grille that resists wear and abuse. The PG58 has an in-built ?pop-filter? that reduces explosive breath sounds and wind noise, included with the microphone is a 15ft (4.57m) 3-pin XLR-XLR cable, break-resistant mic clip and storage bag.
- Brand: Shure
- MPN: PG58-XLR
- EAN: 042406171229
The Shure PG58 is without a doubt one of our most popular hard-wired microphones, its credibility and value for money performance comes from being part of the world renowned Shure vocal microphone range - many of which are used by some of the world's top vocalists.
Although the PG58 could be described as an entry level microphone, there's nothing entry-level about the quality of the sound from this model. It has the instantly recognisable Shure high-midrange frequencies that oozes class into the vocal performance, and there was no problem achieving high volume levels with the PG58.
Part of the science of acquiring that perfect vocal sound is knowing the frequency limitations of the microphone and equalising the voice to reach the boundaries of those limitations. Whilst the PG58 falls short of the quality that you'd expect from a Shure SM58 - it does cost less than half of the retail price of that model and is therefore excellent value for money.
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