Shure Beta 58 Dynamic Microphone
The Shure Beta58 Super Cardioid Dynamic microphone is one mic that can be classed as a true music industry work horse. Popular with professional and non professional audio engineers, the Bet58 has been appearing on stages around the world since 1969. The Beta 58 has a Super Cardioid polar pattern making it a go to mic in high SPL (loud) applications.
- Frequency response tailored for vocals, with brightened midrange and bass rolloff to control proximity effect
- Uniform supercardioid pattern for high gain before feedback and superior rejection of off–axis sound
- Neodymium magnet for high signal–to–noise output
- Hardened steel mesh grille that resists wear and abuse
- Advanced pneumatic shock mount system that minimizes transmission of mechanical noise and vibration
- Minimally effected by varying load impedance
- Legendary Shure quality and reliability
Why would I choose a BETA58A over the standard SM58LC?
- Supercardoid design (rather than cardiod found with the SM58) allows the BETA58A to be less prone to feeding-back onstage
- The BETA58A has more presence and a somewhat brighter, more lively tone due to a slight presence peak in the vocal range
- Differing polar pattern to the SM58LC makes it more sensitive to sound.
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Beta 58a..A Shure Bet - Staff ReviewBy: Staff Review - Darren Saunders on 17 May 2016I have been selling beta 58's for nearly 10 years and can honestly say, hand on heart that not one customer has ever come back and said they bought the wrong mic. They sound great, nice low end, crisp smooth high end and good feedback rejection. I've got a copy of Coldplay 2003 at home where Chris Martin sits down at a piano and sings into a Beta 58. I've used then frequently in different bands, at different venues on vastly different fold back systems and they've never let me down. If they're good enough for a world tour they will be more than adequate for anything I can throw at them.