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Shure PG57-XLR Instrument Microphone

The SHURE PG57-XLR Instrument Microphone is best suited for instrumental performances. The microphone aptly picks up even the softest tones from an acoustic guitar and delivers the sound with impressive quality.

When you want a microphone for your instrumentals that will not fail, the PG57 is a sure thing! With Shure’s PG57 there are two models from which one can choose, the XLR and the LC. The main difference lies in the fact that the XLR comes with a 15-foot cable that has XLR to XLR connectors. With the LC, you will need to look into cables that best fit your needs.

Shure PG57-XLR Instrument MICROPHONE Features

All Shure PG57 instrument microphones offer exceptional features that help provide a reliable performance.

3/8-inch to 5/8-inch thread adapter
50 Hz to 15 kHz frequency response
200 ohms output impedance
Capable of projecting high volume without distortion
Cardioid polar pattern reduces feedback
Durable microphone stand clip
Dynamic neodymium magnetic cartridge with a durable coil
Handles temperatures of 20 degrees below F to 135 degrees F
Hard steel mesh grille protects windscreen
Internal shock mount system reduces handling noise
Metal components improve durability
On/off switch
Storage bag
Tailored frequency response

Weighing 11.5 ounces, the PG57 microphones are great for stand applications. Simply set them up near your instruments and get started. They are extremely easy to use straight out of the box.

Shure PG57-XLR Instrument MICROPHONE Applications

While you could use the XLR PG57 microphone for vocals, it really is best suited for instruments. The microphone is heavy and designed to fit snuggly to a microphone stand. It picks up every tone an instrument can throw at it. You’ll find your instrumental quality rocks with this Shure microphone.

There’s good reason why the Shure name has been a staple of recording studios for years. Your purchase ensures you a lifetime of exceptional sound quality, even if you are prone to dropping your microphones from time to time.

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