• Shure Beta 58 A Supercardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone
  • Shure Beta 58 A Supercardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone
  • Shure Beta 58 A Supercardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone
  • Shure Beta 58 A Supercardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone
  • Shure Beta 58 A Supercardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone
  • Shure Beta 58 A Supercardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone
  • Shure Beta 58 A Supercardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone
Shure Beta 58 A Supercardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone
Shure Beta 58 A Supercardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone
Shure Beta 58 A Supercardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone
Shure Beta 58 A Supercardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone
Shure Beta 58 A Supercardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone
Shure Beta 58 A Supercardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone
Shure Beta 58 A Supercardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone

Shure Beta 58 A Supercardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone

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  • Frequency response tailored for vocals, with brightened midrange and bass roll off to control proximity effect
  • Uniform supercardioid pattern for high gain before feedback and superior rejection off axis sound
  • Neodymium magnet for high signal to noise output
  • Advanced pneumatic shock mount system that minimizes transmission of mechanical noise and vibration
  • Minimally affected by varying load impedance

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counterfeit Microphones here buyer beware i dunno if they knew or not but i got a fake beta 58a look at pictures says it all pictures dont lie, shure always uses yellow and green wiring , i got red and black ! thats one thing that giv it a way also the threading on micphone is always shiny this one is dull and same color as the mic itself, also the CE in bak is small and thin line suppose 2 b bold black i jut want my money bak ,b nice . i bought a real on at guitar center thought i could save money instead i lost money. look at PICS I HAV ADDED 2 REINFORCE THIS . 1My favorite microphone purchase of all time Great mic. I bought this mic because I saw how popular it was and figured as a musician and song writer I needed this in my life. It has not disappointed. It is currently my favorite mic out of my 3 mics in my studio. But, really, all 3 sound just about as good (compared to a Shure SM57-LC and a Sennheiser mic I bought a long time ago). I think the reason I give this one an edge as favorite is because I like how it looks. I like how it looks on camera. I've written a few songs with this using it for vocals, guitars, bass guitars, percussion, ukulele, and egg shakers. Everything went as expected. Never once were any of my struggles due to poor performance of the microphone. 5Use your karaoke app with an external speaker instead of headphones! I've been looking for an XLR mic that I could use with my Smule Karaoke Sing app in conjunction with an iRig-pre adapter. Seems like overkill, I know but it's really not. Be patient and hear me out. Let me explain. First, I cannot sing into a pair of earbuds. They still sound good but they don't feel right. A handheld or standup mic is always the way to go. Now, in order to use these apps you have to have an earbud or wired headphones so you can hear the music. You can't really plug into an external speaker and listen to the music while singing into the app with standard headphones or mics.. Doing so will cause severe sound distortion as the mic picks up sound coming from the external speakers which then gets picked up by the mic and then then gets transmitted back to speakers again, which the mic then picks up again. It's a continuing cycle of snowballing distortion. However, there are times I WANT to use an external speaker so that I can use the app to perform as if it were a stand alone karaoke machine. This IS the only mic (of this acoustic and build quality) that allows me to that. Why? Because it does a very good job of only picking up your voice coming out of your mouth. You can increase the volume of the external speakers to a reasonably high volume and the mic won't pick it up. There is hardly any distortion depending on how loud the external speaker is. I initially got the SM58 but it was a little to muddled and bassy for my voice type so I returned it for this based on reviews. I don't regret it...pricey yes, but it's a long term investment which will gives many years of pleasure and satisfaction as it beats the SM 58 in sound quality and external sound isolation. You can hear and assess the sound quality of this mic for yourself, utilizing the aforementioned setup with no headphones, using an external speaker/monitor only, by listening to some of the songs I've done using this mic on Smule Sing karaoke app profile name @RichPaterno. You can also just go the Smule.com website and search for my profile name and click on the MOST RECENT videos tab where I have used this mic. It has the most gorgeous sound OMG! 5Can't go wrong with a Shure mic. Not sure what's going on with all the reviews claiming they received a counterfeit product, possibly different sellers or something? The one I received is 100% genuine. Been in the music business 30 odd years, and Shure mics have always been my go to mics, so I know them. I've been using mostly the SM-57 and SM-58, although I have had the opportunity to use the Beta at shows. Kept telling myself, I need to get one, then promptly forget about it. Well, I finally got one, and have happily replaced my SM-58 for vocal recordings. Great sound, great range, just nothing bad to say about this mic. And it's not phantom powered, so nothing extra needed to use it, just plug it in and take off running. 5Great sound and quality. It could be me, but my singer uses the regular shure and I have the beta (I am a drummer that sings.) I cant tell a huge difference between the two, but there is a price difference for sure. Now again that may just be me. The microphone sounds amazing, and I am very happy with the quality, I am just not sure, nor am I qualified to compare the two. Just to me and my ears, I m not sure there is too much difference. 4High End Vocal Mic For years as a sound guy/DJ/Band Member I have known the Shure Beta 58A to be a superior vocal mic to the Shure SM58 which is in it's own right, a solid mic.One of the band members got this mic and it outshines the SM58s used by the rest of the band. It has an impressively bright sound, and is crystal clear. The body of the mic is robust and seems like it will hold up for years, just like all the other Shure products I have known and loved. This is no different. If you are looking to move your vocals beyond the capability of a SM58 this is a good place to start. 5THE go-to mic for live vocals. PROS:One of the very best live vocal micsProven brandProven qualityProven dependabilityThese are used by every band/singer out there...even the big boys.Workhorse mic that does everything well.Great resell value.Includes mic stand clip and zip up carry bag.Dynamic mic, so no phantom power needed.CONS:Hard on your wallet--since it's such a great mic you'll want to buy another and another.Honestly having a difficult time trying to think of any cons, as I have owned several of these and highly recommend them. Have used them for years and have never had any problems at all. 5Worth every penny. Best live vocal mic for the price. One of the most solid and trustworthy live vocal mics on the market. You cannot beat the value for the price. Just a slight tweak of low-end EQ for proximity effect and this vocal mic does wonders for both male and female vocalists. The super cardioid pattern helps cut down on extraneous noise from surrounding instruments or other singers. A less seasoned vocalist may have difficulty staying within the sweet spot of the pickup pattern, but any singer who knows how to hold and use a microphone properly will love the solid and consistent sound. 5Why I chose this mic I was looking for a mic that would enhance my vocals. I have a softer more mellow voice and needed a mic that would provide clarity and volume. I tried the sennheiser e935 and also shure sm58. The e935 was warmer and had less proximity effect. However I had to be very close to the mic to pick up my vocals and the PA would have a hissing sound when the gain was turned up. Then I tried to SM58- it was good but more muddy and bassy. So, I tried the Beta 58A. I was blown away by how clear and crisp it sounded and enhanced my tone. Also, when the gain was cranked very high, no hissing sound from PA speakers! This was awesome in comparison to the e935. Also, it picked up my voice pretty well even 1 to 2 inches back. Overall i'm very impressed with this mic and prefer it over the e935 and regular 58. 5Very VERY Good Mic Hot would be a good word, it delivers hot sound with great definition - very clear powerful sound with a ton of gain. No muddiness here, so it won't hide anything. It's not perfect, I'd give it 4.5 stars if I could. There is handling noise. If you're playing rock music this noise part is really a non-factor, but during the talking portions, it's there if you're not careful. The tone is a touch less warm than I'd like but overall this mic is awesome! People say they're indestructible too which is another nice perk. It's a massive upgrade from the Shure 58a and many other stage mics, and performs better than mics going for a lot more money - well worth the investment. 5
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counterfeit Microphones here buyer beware i dunno if they knew or not but i got a fake beta 58a look at pictures says it all pictures dont lie, shure always uses yellow and green wiring , i got red and black ! thats one thing that giv it a way also the threading on micphone is always shiny this one is dull and same color as the mic itself, also the CE in bak is small and thin line suppose 2 b bold black i jut want my money bak ,b nice . i bought a real on at guitar center thought i could save money instead i lost money. look at PICS I HAV ADDED 2 REINFORCE THIS . 1My favorite microphone purchase of all time Great mic. I bought this mic because I saw how popular it was and figured as a musician and song writer I needed this in my life. It has not disappointed. It is currently my favorite mic out of my 3 mics in my studio. But, really, all 3 sound just about as good (compared to a Shure SM57-LC and a Sennheiser mic I bought a long time ago). I think the reason I give this one an edge as favorite is because I like how it looks. I like how it looks on camera. I've written a few songs with this using it for vocals, guitars, bass guitars, percussion, ukulele, and egg shakers. Everything went as expected. Never once were any of my struggles due to poor performance of the microphone. 5Use your karaoke app with an external speaker instead of headphones! I've been looking for an XLR mic that I could use with my Smule Karaoke Sing app in conjunction with an iRig-pre adapter. Seems like overkill, I know but it's really not. Be patient and hear me out. Let me explain. First, I cannot sing into a pair of earbuds. They still sound good but they don't feel right. A handheld or standup mic is always the way to go. Now, in order to use these apps you have to have an earbud or wired headphones so you can hear the music. You can't really plug into an external speaker and listen to the music while singing into the app with standard headphones or mics.. Doing so will cause severe sound distortion as the mic picks up sound coming from the external speakers which then gets picked up by the mic and then then gets transmitted back to speakers again, which the mic then picks up again. It's a continuing cycle of snowballing distortion. However, there are times I WANT to use an external speaker so that I can use the app to perform as if it were a stand alone karaoke machine. This IS the only mic (of this acoustic and build quality) that allows me to that. Why? Because it does a very good job of only picking up your voice coming out of your mouth. You can increase the volume of the external speakers to a reasonably high volume and the mic won't pick it up. There is hardly any distortion depending on how loud the external speaker is. I initially got the SM58 but it was a little to muddled and bassy for my voice type so I returned it for this based on reviews. I don't regret it...pricey yes, but it's a long term investment which will gives many years of pleasure and satisfaction as it beats the SM 58 in sound quality and external sound isolation. You can hear and assess the sound quality of this mic for yourself, utilizing the aforementioned setup with no headphones, using an external speaker/monitor only, by listening to some of the songs I've done using this mic on Smule Sing karaoke app profile name @RichPaterno. You can also just go the Smule.com website and search for my profile name and click on the MOST RECENT videos tab where I have used this mic. It has the most gorgeous sound OMG! 5Can't go wrong with a Shure mic. Not sure what's going on with all the reviews claiming they received a counterfeit product, possibly different sellers or something? The one I received is 100% genuine. Been in the music business 30 odd years, and Shure mics have always been my go to mics, so I know them. I've been using mostly the SM-57 and SM-58, although I have had the opportunity to use the Beta at shows. Kept telling myself, I need to get one, then promptly forget about it. Well, I finally got one, and have happily replaced my SM-58 for vocal recordings. Great sound, great range, just nothing bad to say about this mic. And it's not phantom powered, so nothing extra needed to use it, just plug it in and take off running. 5Great sound and quality. It could be me, but my singer uses the regular shure and I have the beta (I am a drummer that sings.) I cant tell a huge difference between the two, but there is a price difference for sure. Now again that may just be me. The microphone sounds amazing, and I am very happy with the quality, I am just not sure, nor am I qualified to compare the two. Just to me and my ears, I m not sure there is too much difference. 4High End Vocal Mic For years as a sound guy/DJ/Band Member I have known the Shure Beta 58A to be a superior vocal mic to the Shure SM58 which is in it's own right, a solid mic.One of the band members got this mic and it outshines the SM58s used by the rest of the band. It has an impressively bright sound, and is crystal clear. The body of the mic is robust and seems like it will hold up for years, just like all the other Shure products I have known and loved. This is no different. If you are looking to move your vocals beyond the capability of a SM58 this is a good place to start. 5THE go-to mic for live vocals. PROS:One of the very best live vocal micsProven brandProven qualityProven dependabilityThese are used by every band/singer out there...even the big boys.Workhorse mic that does everything well.Great resell value.Includes mic stand clip and zip up carry bag.Dynamic mic, so no phantom power needed.CONS:Hard on your wallet--since it's such a great mic you'll want to buy another and another.Honestly having a difficult time trying to think of any cons, as I have owned several of these and highly recommend them. Have used them for years and have never had any problems at all. 5Worth every penny. Best live vocal mic for the price. One of the most solid and trustworthy live vocal mics on the market. You cannot beat the value for the price. Just a slight tweak of low-end EQ for proximity effect and this vocal mic does wonders for both male and female vocalists. The super cardioid pattern helps cut down on extraneous noise from surrounding instruments or other singers. A less seasoned vocalist may have difficulty staying within the sweet spot of the pickup pattern, but any singer who knows how to hold and use a microphone properly will love the solid and consistent sound. 5Why I chose this mic I was looking for a mic that would enhance my vocals. I have a softer more mellow voice and needed a mic that would provide clarity and volume. I tried the sennheiser e935 and also shure sm58. The e935 was warmer and had less proximity effect. However I had to be very close to the mic to pick up my vocals and the PA would have a hissing sound when the gain was turned up. Then I tried to SM58- it was good but more muddy and bassy. So, I tried the Beta 58A. I was blown away by how clear and crisp it sounded and enhanced my tone. Also, when the gain was cranked very high, no hissing sound from PA speakers! This was awesome in comparison to the e935. Also, it picked up my voice pretty well even 1 to 2 inches back. Overall i'm very impressed with this mic and prefer it over the e935 and regular 58. 5Very VERY Good Mic Hot would be a good word, it delivers hot sound with great definition - very clear powerful sound with a ton of gain. No muddiness here, so it won't hide anything. It's not perfect, I'd give it 4.5 stars if I could. There is handling noise. If you're playing rock music this noise part is really a non-factor, but during the talking portions, it's there if you're not careful. The tone is a touch less warm than I'd like but overall this mic is awesome! People say they're indestructible too which is another nice perk. It's a massive upgrade from the Shure 58a and many other stage mics, and performs better than mics going for a lot more money - well worth the investment. 5
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