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ShureSM58 Dynamic Vocal Microphone

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Shure SM58

A renowned vocal microphone from Shure, the SM58 is dependable and sounds great with vocals or even instruments, on stage or in studio. It features a bright mid range, perfectly tailored for vocalists, with a slight bass rolloff that makes your performance shine.

A cardioid polar pattern minimizes background noise coming from the sides and rear, isolating the sounds in front of it and allowing for high gain before it begins to feed back. A pneumatic shock mount helps to protect against handling noise, while the filter helps reduce plosives, breath, and wind noises. Shure constructed the SM58 to the highest standards, making sure it stands up to any abuse inflicted on it. The other thing users know about the SM58 is its consistency and reliability—a SM58 will always sound like an SM58, and the SM58 sounds amazing.

SM58 Features

  • One of the most popular microphones in the world
  • Trusted performance and sound in a rugged, road-worthy package
  • Inherent presence boost keeps vocals clean and clear
  • Cardioid pickup pattern offers maximal off-axis rejection
  • Integrated shockmount and pop filter for eliminating the impact of plosives and handling noise
  • Includes break-resistant mic clip
  • Microphone type: Dynamic
  • Polar pattern: Cardioid
  • Frequency response: 50Hz–15kHz
  • Output impedance: 150 Ohms
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