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Musikmesse 2010: Shure unveils Beta 27 instrument microphone
Shure introduce the Beta 27 large diaphragm supercardioid condenser microphone, revealed at Musikmesse 2010.
At this year's Prolight + Sound tradeshow, held March 24 through March 27 in Frankfurt/Germany, Shure will introduce the Beta 27 large diaphragm supercardioid condenser microphone.
Developed for discerning live sound professionals, the new Beta 27 accurately targets sources like acoustic, wind and electric instruments for concise, accurate sound with a minimum of bleed.
Natural reproduction even at high SPLs - The Beta 27's supercardioid polar pattern and smooth, flat frequency response is designed to provide excellent off-axis rejection.
For natural sound reproduction and optimal control in professional live sound reinforcement applications.
The tight polar pattern also ensures high gain-before-feedback and maximum isolation from other sound sources.
A -15 dB switchable attenuator handles extremely high SPLs with ease and makes the Beta 27 the optimal choice for electric instruments, such as guitar and bass amplifiers, drum and percussion overheads, piano and horn applications.
Additional benefits include: Superior transient response from a low-mass, externally-biased, ultra-thin 24 karat gold-layered Mylar diaphragm.
Reduction of unwanted low frequency noise and proximity effect for consistent, extended low-end through a 3-position switchable low-frequency filter.
Reduction of wind and breath noise by an internal pop filter with three separate mesh layers.
Premium electronic components and gold-plated internal and external connectors.Posted on 24 Mar 2010 09:03 to category : Instruments News
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