Shure WH30XLR Condenser Headset Microphone with XLR Connector and PreampProduct #270397 Shure 270397 YNBE Wireless System Components https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Stellar sound with no hands required!
The Shure Model WH30XLR is a light yet rugged headset microphone. Designed for vocalists and instrument-playing vocalists, the WH30 utilizes a high quality electret-condenser cartridge suitable for all applications where mobility, comfort, low microphone-visibility, and high sound quality are required. Because of its cardioid (unidirectional) pickup pattern, the WH30 provides isolation from extraneous sound sources and high gain-before-feedback.
The wireframe and gooseneck adjust to any head size and shape. An integrated elastic headband comfortably pads and secures the headset. The WH30 is supplied with two snap-on windscreens, clothing clip, storage bag and cable-management device.
The WH30 is a perfect fit for those who desire total freedom of movement and need the high-quality audio of a condenser microphone.
For wired applications, the WH30XLR is supplied with a 1.5m (5 ft.) hi-flex cable and high quality mic preamplifier (RPM420) with a three pin XLR connector. The RPM420 preamplifier requires phantom power from any 11 - 52 V source.
- Tailored frequency response enhances vocal range
- Flexible gooseneck for optimum microphone placement
- Isolation shock mount reduces vibration noise
- Low-profile, lightweight design
- Cardioid polar pattern provides maximum gain before feedback
- High sound pressure level capability
- Secure snap-on windscreen reduces "p" pops
Enjoy freedom of movement and hi-fi sound. Order today!
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- Easy To Use
- Limited Functions
- Poor Sound Quality
- Mobile DJ
Comments about Shure WH30XLR Condenser Headset Microphone with XLR Connector and Preamp:
First of all this is a condenser mic which would be O.K. if you want to mic a tom or snare, but as a vocal mic it is terrible. Oh, it sounds great until you start playing music then you cannot hear it. Also the mic itself does not stay where you put it, it is to be at the corner of your mouth, but it has a tendencey to move on you. This mic would be great for an arobics instructor or something like that, but for singing you really want to have a dynamic mic, which is why I am going to buy the Shure SM10