|[AMRadio] Microphone recomendation|
rbethman at comcast.net
Mon Sep 21 15:17:19 EDT 2009
Bob, As you have pointed out about "other" microphones, the Shure 55
Series has a VERY long and distinguished history of use under all
conditions on stage.
They get waved around, swung and banged on. They still keep ticking!
Best with 5Meg ohm input, but will also do well as low as 1 Meg Ohm.
The 5 Meg Ohm range of impedance input brings out the low end of the
(I don't have any financial interests in Shure or ANY mfr!)
Bob - N0DGN
Bob Peters wrote:
> Also the EV-664 is a great HI Z mic
> Bob W1PE
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> There are two good Hi-Z mics that come to mind.
> Both are, (were), mfg
> by Shure. The 55S and the 737A.
> Both have a response from about 100cps to 10Kc.
> I know that most folks seem to no longer consider
> them, BUT, Mike M.,
> W3NB has won the Heavy Metal Rally several times
> with his Gates TX and
> his 55S.
> Mike also has the lows. I do to, but to a lesser
> extent, and use a 737A.
> Bob - N0DGN
> Gerald Stockinger wrote:
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