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Micro QRFX-100 screen
Anti-reflection screen for microphone recording with studio quality. Reduces unwanted reflections, echoes and ambient noise. Recommended for recording voices and acoustic instruments. Resistant metal screen. High density foam. Suitable for studio and live sound. Fits most microphone stands on the market.
ClipMic Digital Microphone
ClipMic digital is a high-quality lavalier microphone for iPhone, iPad and Mac that features Apogee digital conversion and Sennheiser microphone capsules. Whether you are a journalist looking for an easy audio solution for field interviews, a lecturer that wants to record a talk, or even a parent recording their child reciting a poem – Apogee’s digital clip-on lavalier microphone helps you to capture sound professionally. ClipMic digital combines Apogee’s A/D conversion expertise with Sennheiser’s microphone design knowledge to give users optimum sound quality for their recordings. Especially designed for iOS-devices, ClipMic features a Lightning connector to directly connect to iPhone®, iPad® and iPod® Touch, thus creating high-quality, ultra-portable solutions for vocal and speech recordings.
Shure - Micro PGA48-XLR
Welcome to the professional world. The PG ALTA series promises to provide professional performance at an affordable price, thanks to affordable, quality products. The PGA48, the gateway to this range of microphones, is recommended for spoken word and karaoke recording. It's all there! Delivered with its microphone clamp, carrying pouch and XLR cable, the PGA48 offers an economical and functional all-in-one solution. Take it everywhere with you! Its on/off switch makes it easy to use during your speeches or karaoke nights, and its robust construction will ensure a real longevity.
Shure - Micro SV100A
Shure quality, accessible to all. The SV Series is Shure's entry-level brand of accessible, easy-to-use microphones. The SV100A is the perfect companion for standard speech, home recording, and other applications. Convenient and functional. Supplied with its microphone clamp and jack cable, this microphone plugs into any stand with a jack input. It's as simple as that! And it's ideal for those who simply want to amplify a voice. In the beginning was speech. If you were looking for a functional entry-level microphone for speech, you've found it! The first step into the Shure world, the SV100A offers everything you expect from a microphone when you speak, including clear voice reproduction and an on/off switch that mutes on demand.
Shure - 520DX Micro Instrument
The reference for the harmonica. With its ergonomic design and sturdy construction for a good grip, the 520DX, known worldwide as the "Green Bullet", is the ideal companion for harmonica players. Its retro look and special all-metal construction make it the benchmark for harmonica stage microphones. The blues, but not only! The 520DX has an integral cable with jack termination for connection to high impedance devices. Its omnidirectional directionality and integrated volume knob make it possible to perform sound effects in live situations. Designed for optimized placement between the hand and harmonica, inexorably associated with blues music, it can also be used for vocals with a lo-fi effect typical of underground and garage rock music.
Shure - SM58-LCE Voice Microphone
The undeniable reference. The SM58 is the world's #1 choice of musicians, the most versatile and reliable vocal microphone in its class. It can be found on every stage, in every school, in every studio on the planet. Propelled to iconic status by countless artists over the years, Shure's famous microphone celebrated its anniversary in 2016. 50 years, and not a wrinkle! With legendary Shure build quality, the SM58 has become a true reference. The numerous videos of tests in the most extreme conditions are proof of this: here you have a microphone that adapts to all environments and all situations. A bit of history, though. The SM58 is THE microphone that everyone knows. If you ask musicians to name a vocal microphone at random, 80% will tell you without hesitation: Shure SM58! But where does this craze and fame for the successor to the 565, released in 1966, come from? The initial idea of Shure engineers was to address studio issues. The microphones of the time were very bright, dazzling because of the studio lights, and had a short life span due to their fragility. Ernie Seeler, with the help of his team, created the world reference for stage microphones by responding to these problems. But let's raise the hood instead... Since its launch, the SM58 has undergone numerous evolutions while preserving its inimitable sound. Mounted on a patented shock-proof air suspension, its Unidyne III cardioid dynamic capsule incorporates all the current standards of technology that make its reliability and longevity legendary. With numerous improvements: the grille, diaphragm, magnet, paint, connectors, clamping screw... So many modifications that have nevertheless preserved the identity that made the success of its beginnings. Ideal for lead vocals and backing vocals, but also for DJs and entertainers, the SM58 allows the main sound source to be highlighted while rejecting background noise. Its live performance in difficult environments is not the least of its strengths. The undisputed icon. The SM58 is now found on most concert stages, rehearsal halls and music schools, but it is live and on stage that the SM58 has truly earned its reputation. There are countless photos of international artists and bands from all musical backgrounds and universes taken with the famous microphone. Its story is above all that of all those musicians who one day had it in their hands. That's how you can recognize an icon.