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Shure SM58 LC - X2U Bundle

1x SHURE SM 58 LC Dynamic Vocal MicrophoneBundle consisting of:

1x X2U Audio Interface

  • Cardioid
  • For singing optimised frequency response with present mids and bass reduction
  • Cardioid characteristics for isolated sound source and reduced background noise
  • Integrated, air-sprung vibration absorber minimizes grip noise
  • Integrated, effective wind and pop filter
  • Transmission range: 50 - 15,000 Hz
  • Output Impedance: 300 Ohm
  • Noise Sensitivity: -54.5 dBV / Pa (1.88 mV)
  • Maximum sound pressure level: 94 dB
  • Dimensions: 23 x 162 x 51 mm
  • Weight: 298 g
  • Suitable wind shield: Art. 135783, matching spare basket: Art. 183069 (both not included)

1x X2U audio interface

  • XLR to USB interface
  • For PC and Mac
  • Adapts an XLR microphone to USB for direct connection to the USB port
  • Latency-free listening during recording
  • Monitor Mix Control
  • 3.5 mm headphone output with volume control
  • Integrated microphone pre-amplifier
  • 48 Volt for condensation microphones
  • Incl. 3 m USB cable, clamp, reduction thread and pocket
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Microphone Set For Guitars Yes
Microphone Set For Drums No
Microphone Set For Vocals & Speech Yes
Microphone Set For Cameras No
Microphone Set For Wind Instruments Yes
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Shure SM 58 - the world's most used full-bodied vocal microphone

DORA Music, 18.12.2010
And this certainly has its reasons:

1. The robustness. While others break down faster, the Shure SM 58 stops most of the shocks.

2. The sound. It sounds deliberately a "sharper" track than a similar one, but most of the time you want to have it so, and you do not have to screw around so much at the mixing console to get an assertive song.

3. The notoriety. Everyone knows it - every singer, every sound engineer. It is not an "experiment"; Everyone thus has the most experience; The singers know exactly how they sound with it, and the sound engineers know exactly what they need to do to make it sound good.

4. The tradition. Already Mick Jagger has sung "Satisfaction" and numerous other Stones hits since 1965.

5. The versatility. It is the microphone that fits to most voices. It may be that some singers use a different microphone better; But a Shure SM 58 seldom rejects anyone.

In my opinion, for example, a Shure Beta 58 is much better off the lower notes (eg deep G in male voices) than the SM 58. But still most bands give the SM 58 the advantage over the beta 58 (I've actually evaluated a total of 75 Technical Riders from German professional bands to buy my live mics afterwards.)

Of course, a Shure Beta 87, a Neumann KM 105 or another condenser microphone sounds "better" for the single voice. But on a small stage, in the mix of guitars, bass, drums, keyboards, these condenser microphones are also easier to recouple. And who already has the conditions of a professional television stage?

Conclusion: So the Shure SM 58 will be likely to perform in the next 50 years on all live stages of the world.
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GavinLü, 15.12.2012

Ein echtes Manko sind die beworbenen Features wie Popfilter, Griff- und Atemgeräuschdämpfung. Sie verhindern effektiv weder Poppen noch Griff- und Atemgeräusche und verfehlen damit eindeutig ihre Aufgabe.

Alles in allem ist das SM-58 ein solides Bühnenmikrofon und ganz eindeutig das beste seiner Preisklasse." data-mt-lang="en-x-mtfrom-de" data-translated="The SM-58 is legendary, there is probably no sound engineer and no singer who has never had it in his hand. There are many reasons for this: <br> The most important is probably the almost proverbial indestructibility of this dynamic microphone. I already had some copies in my hand that have spent a couple of years on stage, but none of them showed anything. Neither acoustically nor visually were deficiencies to be noted, also the XLR connection still worked faultlessly. I am firmly convinced that one could drive it over with the car, without leaving large damages. <br> Another reason is the handiness of the device. It does not weigh much and is outstanding in the hand, whereby I sometimes find that it should be quietly a number larger. <br> Moreover, this micro has an unbeatable price / performance ratio. For a good 100 euros you get a solid microphone for stage or exercise conditions. <br> This is also the first minus point: While it has its strengths on stage, it should not be confused with a studiomicrophone. Because the renal characteristics and low sensitivity render it unresponsive for feedback, which is indispensable both on the stage and in the exercise room, it lacks sound control for the studio use. <br> Also, the sound can be argued. While the "belly-heavy" sound is suitable for male rock and metal vocals, fine women's voices unfortunately go under. However, this can already be seen on the transmission range specified by the manufacturer: while the lowest bass is transmitted at the lower limit of 50 Hz, the upper limit is too fast at 15 kHz to transmit fine voices and sharp S-sounds. <br><br> A real drawback are the advertised features such as pop filter, grip and breathing damping. They effectively prevent neither poppening nor grip and breathing noises and thus clearly miss their task. <br><br> All in all, the SM-58 is a solid stage microphone and clearly the best of its price class." > The SM-58 is legendary, there is probably no sound engineer and no singer who has never had it in his hand. There are many reasons for this:
The most important is probably the almost proverbial indestructibility of this dynamic microphone. I already had some copies in my hand that have spent a couple of years on stage, but none of them showed anything. Neither acoustically nor visually were deficiencies to be noted, also the XLR connection still worked faultlessly. I am firmly convinced that one could drive it over with the car, without leaving large damages.
Another reason is the handiness of the device. It does not weigh much and is outstanding in the hand, whereby I sometimes find that it should be quietly a number larger.
Moreover, this micro has an unbeatable price / performance ratio. For a good 100 euros you get a solid microphone for stage or exercise conditions.
This is also the first minus point: While it has its strengths on stage, it should not be confused with a studiomicrophone. Because the renal characteristics and low sensitivity render it unresponsive for feedback, which is indispensable both on the stage and in the exercise room, it lacks sound control for the studio use.
Also, the sound can be argued. While the "belly-heavy" sound is suitable for male rock and metal vocals, fine women's voices unfortunately go under. However, this can already be seen on the transmission range specified by the manufacturer: while the lowest bass is transmitted at the lower limit of 50 Hz, the upper limit is too fast at 15 kHz to transmit fine voices and sharp S-sounds.

A real drawback are the advertised features such as pop filter, grip and breathing damping. They effectively prevent neither poppening nor grip and breathing noises and thus clearly miss their task.

All in all, the SM-58 is a solid stage microphone and clearly the best of its price class.
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