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|Transducer||(Moving Coil) Dynamic|
|Frequency Response||40 Hz - 15 kHz|
|Maximum Input Sound Level||Not Specified by Manufacturer|
|Power Requirements||None Dynamic, Requires No Phantom or Battery Power|
|Output Impedance||150 Ohms (300 Ohms Actual) for Connection to Low Impedance Microphone Inputs|
|Output Connectors||XLR-3M Type|
|Dimensions||6.2 x 1.25" (157 x 32mm) LxD|
|Weight||10 oz (284g)|
This little mic has drastically changed my voice overs.For the past few months, I've been recording voice overs for videos with the shotgun microphone I use for field interviews but was not pleased with the ambient noise it picked up. Well, I am pleased to say that those days are behind me!
While not a high fidelity microphone it does what it does well. It was never intended to be a hifi mic. However it's just right when recording a searing guitar stack. For those that don't know if you listen to metal, or just about anything with a electric guitar, most of the time your hearing this...
I have been recording my amp with other microphones (expensive and not) and never getting what I wanted. Right away this delivered. Not sure why I waited so long to get another one.
I selected the Shure MS57 at the recommendation of a fellow Musician. The purpose was to record my own playing in the digital domain and play it back to improve my performance. Works great with Windows 8.1 and an old 16 bit program I used running in XP mode.
AMS did it's job again and again.love you guyz. Kick... Mic. Instrument wonder.
I have been using these as a touring live soundman/recording engineer since 1972. Simply excellent. With the Shure A2WS windscreen they are my first choice for male vocals. i am primarily an onstage monitor mixer and the SM57 rings out beautifully.
Needs a preamp for sure. If used for vocal while playing guitar it picks up strumming more then I want.
A great mic for the price....and...Shure is a proven brand.
Needed to mic a guitar amp, and, after watching Sweetwater's video about it, I ordered the Shure SM 57. Works perfectly!
The SM57 microphone is awesome and is everything it was advertised to be. I highly recommend it.