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Shure WH20TQG Dynamic Headset Microphone - Includes Miniature 4-pin Female Connector for Shure Bodypack Transmitters

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Description

  • Includes miniature 4-pin female connector for Shure bodypack transmitters
  • Lightweight wireframe and elastic headband adjust for a secure, comfortable fit
  • Extra-strong, small-diameter attached microphone cable resists breakage
  • Collapsible microphone boom for easy storage and transportation
  • Smooth, natural frequency response comparable to high-quality dynamic hand-held vocal microphones. Note : Refer to the PDF attached below in Technical Specification for User Manual
  • Consumer Alert: Most users do not need a license to operate this wireless microphone system. Nevertheless, operating this microphone system without a license is subject to certain restrictions: the system may not cause harmful interference; it must operate at a low power level (not in excess of 50 milliwatts); and it has no protection from interference received from any other device.
  • Purchasers should also be aware that the FCC is currently evaluating use of wireless microphone systems, and these rules are subject to change. For more information, call the FCC at 1-888- CALL-FCC (TTY: 1-888-TELL-FCC) or visit the FCC's wireless microphone website at fcc.gov/cgb/wirelessmicrophones.

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Customer Reviews

Drummers! This is the one!Best product I've purchased in a looooong time. I read all the reviews (especially from drummers) and they are spot on. I just used this a couple times over the weekend and it is absolutely fantastic. No feedback issues like other products speak of. Fits good on my medium sized mellon (my head). I actually wear in ear monitors along with this mic and everything is rock solid. And no, I don't have Dumbo ears to keep it all in place thank you very much. I'm looking forward to becoming a duel threat drummer now that I have back up vocal capabilities. Nice work Shure!!!5Makes you feel like a pro!I purchased this back in the spring of 2016 to announce the football games at the school district where I work to go hands free. Have been using a microphone up until this point. This more than served the purpose. You'll get used to the head strap once you start wearing it. It is wise to also purchase the inline on/off switch and an extension cord depending on the distance needed to plug into the sound system. If you are an announcer, I highly recommend this item. Also, make sure you purchase the wind screens as well. Last fall was my 10th year announcing football games and my first using this. It will be a part of my "arsenal" from now on. When you are announcing, you need your hands free for anything you may need to write down during a game/contest. This does the job.5Disappointing performance, worse manufacturer support. Poor choice for onstage vocals.I'm a working musician who's owned and used headworn mics since the 80s and this one, unfortunately, is a huge disappointment. Truthfully, I should have known better: Despite bearing the Shure name, this is an inexpensive, mediocre-quality microphone best suited to someone giving a cooking demonstration at a tradeshow, not a musician in a typical live music setting. It has next to zero low range pickup and contrary to its description, picks up a LOT of onstage bleed from other instruments. Worse yet, my conversation with a obnoxiously pretentious Shure tech support "engineer" (he wanted to make sure I knew he was an actual engineer--so now YOU know, too :)) made it clear that the company couldn't care less about standing behind this product, even when I mentioned the very real possibility that the microphone might be a counterfeit product, since the Shure website has a prominent section devoted to exactly that problem. Thank goodness for Amazon and their amazing customer support, who did their best to make this right. But if you're shopping for a headworn mic to use for vocals in a live music environment, look elsewhere. My 10-year old Audio Technica, which cost about the same as this hot mess and I'd hoped to replace, performs much better.1Output signal on my unit was very lowI'm not sure I can speak for every unit produced, but the one I received (Shure WH20QTR Dynamic Headset Microphone) was very disappointing. It simply did not have an acceptable level of signal output. The unit was described as being similar to an SM-58, but it was not even close. To begin with, the overall sound quality left a lot to be desired, being pretty weak on the low end and having what sounded to my ear like a "tinny" sound.... While it may be acceptable for certain applications, like aerobics instructors or sales situations to small crowds, I feel that even then, it would be better if it simply had more output. I had to crank the gain waaaay up on my mixing console just so the mic could be in the usable range, and of course the noise went up right along with it. "Added gain = Added noise"...Always! I did an A-B comparison to my SM-58 and there really WAS no comparison. Not for sound quality, nor for output. I will say that the build quality on this unit was very good, though. This thing looks like it will take some serious physical abuse and not break. And it does fit on a persons' head very well, very VERY securely. It's not going to go flying off if you jump around a lot. And it looks to me like it will fit just about any size head. My head is huge and it fit me, although I think it would fit an average size head even better. And if you have a tiny head, it will probably still fit well and securely. It's pretty adjustable. I really liked the microphone and I wanted it to do what I needed it to do.... work for a live music situation. Maybe it is not designed for that. And if that is the case, I regret rating it so low. I would give it five stars on build quality (as with ALL Shure products), 3 stars on audio quality, and one star on signal output level. If you crank the gain way up on your mixer or amplifier, you can get the volume you need and the audio quality is fine for speech applications... but for singing on stage, Fuggedabowdit!... I like Shure mics a lot and I own a dozen or more of them, different types. This is the only Shure mic that I own that I am not completely happy with. Maybe I got a faulty one? Other reviewers seemed to like the unit. But I will go with a condenser mic next time. For what it's worth, Shure is a good company. And Amazon has a liberal return policy. You can always try it and if you don't like it send it back. I guess.2Just disappointing.I was trying this out as a daily mic solution paired with my mbox which have pretty nice internal preamps. The sound I get out of this that falls flat. I expected it to have limitations but the signal has always been week enough that I have to crank it to 11 just so my friends can hear me on discord. Records in Audacity come back grainy and very low/unstable signal. I'm also not a super fan of the metal band that rests it on your head. You can shape it a bit but if it's slightly too wide or to tight you get slip-offs and headaches respectively, and it doesn't seem to want to keep shape so you're constantly screwing with it. The band they send to try to cable manage is bad, and don't get me started on the mic section itself. Whatever the little boxy locking device/clip thing they thought would be good to secure the mic itself is a total failure. It just constantly fails to hold a locked position, as does the mic/line itself. The mic line is also too long. Floppy is the word. I've tried to suffer it for a year because of the cost but I just can't anymore. If you're a daily user, this device will fight you in both recording quality and stability.2Does Everything I Need It to Do Decent quality, reasonably priced headset mic for those who don't need (or don't want) wireless. I don't know why wired is more expressive then wireless; but either way, this headset is definitely worth the cost. I lead worship in my church and all I needed was a microphone that would move with my head as I bob and rock and turn my face to cue in the other musicians and singers, and it does just that and does it well. Quality is okay. You get what you pay for, and it does what I need it to do for a price I can afford. My only criticism is that I would have liked an on/off switch on the cord so sound tech doesn't have to mute me whenever I put it on, take it off. I can install one myself, and probably will do that myself; but shouldn't have to do that myself. 4Good for guitar player! Very satisfied -- very good quality. I'm a guitar player and sing in a blues band; I don't have great microphone skills and awareness -- I'll turn my head at the wrong time, look at audience members and move away from the mike, things like that. When I try and "lock onto" a microphone, I feel like a wooden statue.Have been thinking of headset mikes, but was concerned about the vocal quality. Gave this one a try after reading reviews -- and am glad I did. The vocal quality is pretty darned good -- close to (if not the same) as a Shure SM-58. The positioning of the mike is spot on (tried another model and never could get it right) and doesn't wiggle around. All in all, I'm very pleased with this particular model. 5It's SHURE and hard wired to your PA Great soundThis takes me where I wanted to go. I bought this to get the big boom stand and microphone out of my face while playing drums in my band. When we played Tulsa Time at our latest gig, the audience did a double take to see where the singer was. I was hiding behind my big Paiste China cymbal. Very good sound. Not muddy, but crisp. Take note: Instructions say to hold away from the corner of your mouth. I have a beard and had to get the element right on my lips to get the sound and volume I needed , but that may be due to the fact that our PA is ancient and I was running through a secondary mixer with all my drums.Very nice and it's a SHURE.......that says it all. If you are a musician , and need your hands free and don't want to drop a fortune on a wireless system, this is for you. I plugged it into the on/off switch I bought with it and then into a 20' XLR cable to our mixer. NO WIRELESS BELT PACK NEEDED. Good job Shure5It beat out Audio-Technica BPHS1I'm by no means an audiophile or an expert. But I needed something to replace my MXL USB.006 mic. Don't get me wrong, I've had the MXL for many years and love it. Except that it picks up too much ambient noise. It's not its fault, it's just doing what it was designed to do. I do quite a bit of recording for YouTube for technical training/material. And the MXL picked up every hum and beep of ambient noise. So, I decided to give the "Audio-Technica BPHS1 Broadcast Stereo Headset" a try. And it was a fine mic/headphone. While the headphone would have been redundant for me, I could have used it. Naturally, being an engineer, I decided to do a test. I setup my SPL meter and read the same paragraph twice. Keeping an eye on the SPL to even things out as best I could. I also had my game machine going full fan mode at 3 feet away, and 3 room fans 6 feet behind me. There was enough ambient noise to pick up. Surprising, my day to day Plantronics C720 did an admirable job. The MXL sounded *great* but picked up too much of the ambient noise - as expected. Audio Technica also did a great job. But I felt that the Shure unit did the best in terms of warmth of the sound while simultaneously block out ambient noise. I may not be able to pass a double blind test between the Audio Technica and the Shure, but the redundant headphone and the extra cost for the AT unit made it an easy decision. Just as an FYI, I paired it with Steinberg UR12 USB Audio Interface and it's been working great. I highly recommend it and this Shure microphone.5Great alternative to a wireless headsetI thought I'd try this wired mic from Shure. What a great decision! It's relatively inexpensive, hardy, no batteries a wireless mic requires, no moving parts, no issues! The sound quality is really really good also, and the windscreen ALMOST eliminates all noise. Others have complained about it not fitting on their head. It's fine for me. Also noise from the wire flapping around, but it comes with a clip for your shirt. I bought a 6 foot XLR cable to go with this as the headset is only 4 feet or so. If you don't need total freedom to move around on stage or otherwise, this could be your answer. I bought this XLR cable from Amazon, which I also like. GLS Audio 6ft Patch Cable Cord - XLR Male To XLR Female Black Mic Cable - 6' Balanced Snake Cord - SINGLE.5PA GUYS THIS IS YOUR NEXT MIC!I'm the PA guy locally for football, basketball and track. I have been wanting a headset mic for years now to clear out that room on the desk while doing games. A table top mic is right in the middle of everything and a wireless hand held mic is always on. I bought this mic and paired it with a Shure push to talk button. It works fantastically giving me instant on and off plus my desk area is free of the table mic. I also used it for State Championship football and the University of Missouri and the sound personnel there assured me this is a professional quality mic. It is a 3 pin setup and the sound quality is crisp and clear. All you PA guys out there looking for a great tool to add to your bag get this and the Shure A120S switch and you are going to be a happy camper.5The microphone for multitaskers. When we added on-screen hymn lyrics to the Mass at St. Mary's Church, my duties as choir singer and sound engineer suddenly included PowerPoint projectionist. I need a microphone that does its job without getting in the way, but it also has to be where I need it when I turn my attention from the audio mixer to the computer. Since I sit right next to the gear, we didn't need the expense of a wireless system (along with its appetite for batteries), and even a wired condenser headset mic was out of the question, budget-wise. For the money, the Shure WH20XLR is a gift from audio heaven.The headband wraps around behind the head and slips over the ears. Like a pair of glasses, you can become so accustomed to the headband that you almost forget you're wearing it. The four-foot long thin cable routes out of the way behind the wearer's back and terminates in an XLR connector that clips to a pocket or belt, providing a disconnect point. The WH20XLR comes with a pair of windscreens and an additional cable routing clip.The sound is what Shure is famous for: warm, with a natural presence that never sounds like the wearer is swallowing the mic. The frequency response is on a par with Shure's handheld mics, and the output has enough headroom that I can use the same pre-amp and fader settings as the rest of the mics. 5I take issue with...I have serious issues with reviewers who assume because a product is not right for them that it is not right for anyone. I play drums in a classic rock band and Cajon and percussion in a small trio. I also set up and run both outfits PA system. I was tired of being anchored to a mic and boom in both situations and decided to go with the Shure WH20XLR. First of all the attached wire is not designed to plug directly into a mixer or amp. It is made to be routed and clipped to a belt or pocket where a standard XLR cable is attached. The flexible wire on the mic is not made to run to the mixer. I run the wire inside my shirt, loop it around a belt loop and plug in the mixer cable. Problem solved. I installed an XLR plug with built in rotary on/off switch on my mic cable to mute the mic. This is a dynamic mic! No phantom power or battery. It is a full size XLR connector. The are other versions of this for wireless and computer use ( the last 3 letters in the model designate which is which.) when plugged into a mixer or PA the sound level is more than sufficient. I don't know about a low to high impedance adapter into a guitar amp or other Hi Z inputs. It works great into our Behringer mixer. Just bump the gain a little. I have used an SM58 and SM57 for years and can state that this mic with just a small cut in mid and a small boost in low rocks. Every bit as clean as the SMs and no hassling with stands and booms. I've used it for numerous shows and it was a bit uncomfortable at first but once fitted properly it disappears. This mic is about $10 cheaper than an SM58 no switch version, so it's not a lot cheaper, just different tech. I love it, both bands love it and the audience loves it. I wouldn't record with it, but I probably would use a condenser on a stand or boom for vocals anyway. I hate to see good products trashed because folks don't read the descriptions or do any research. It may not be for everyone, that's why there are choices. And the reviews that make it clear that the reviewer has no idea what they are doing are the worst. Used as designed this is an excellent choice for a musician looking to get out from behind a mic stand or a drummer or KB player who wants to ditch the mic stand. I don't need wireless so this wired version is perfect. My SMs and mic stands stay at home. Any piece of gear can be defective or fail during use. That doesn't make it junk. Just electronics. It is astonishing how some folks love and use the mic with no issues and others can't get it to work or sound good. I prefer Zildjian cymbals to Sabian or Paiste but I don't trash those quality products. I do the companies a favor and don't buy them. I'd highly recommend this mic. It's worked perfectly for me.5
Shure WH20TQG Dynamic Headset Microphone - Includes Miniature 4-pin Female Connector for Shure Bodypack Transmitters

Shure WH20TQG Dynamic Headset Microphone - Includes Miniature 4-pin Female Connector for Shure Bodypack Transmitters

4.2
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€141,00
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€232,00
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