Shure BETA 98H/C Clip-On Cardioid Condenser Microphone for Sax/Brass with Integrated Shock Mount and Attached Preamplifier
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- The Beta 98 H/C feature transformerless preamplifier circuitry which improves linearity across the full frequency range.
- The pickup pattern provides high gain-before-feedback and excellent rejection of unwanted noise.
- Its high maximum sound pressure level (SPL) enables it to handle the extreme demands of brass, woodwind and percussion instruments.
- The Beta98H/C features a 3 m (10 ft.) high-flex cable with attached preamplifier (XLR connection)
- Tailored frequency response for open, natural sound reproduction
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The beta 98h/c condenser microphone is a versatile solution for brass or percussion instruments. It offers a flexible integrated gooseneck with clip-on clamp for a secure fit and precise positioning. Its a premium instrument microphone with a flexible gooseneck and clip on clamp making it ideal for use with brass,percussion and woodwind instruments,either on stage or in the studio. It has a tailored frequency response of 20hz 20khz and a high maximum sound pressure level of 132db (spl). It has cardioidpicks up most sound in front of the microphone and some from the sides. It is less susceptible to feedback in high volume environments.read morego to the glossary pickup pattern providing high gain before feedback. It includes a 3 m (10ft) high-flex cable which is attached to the preamplifier. The pre-amp requires phantom power and connects to your mixer via an xlr connection.
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The cord between the pre-amp and the mic itself is rather thin, but I've taken care not to step on or tug at it and so far I have had no problems out of this microphone after over a year of use. On the cord is a small piece of velcro, so I usually have enough of the cord out to run from the bell of my sax to my back pocket where I clip the pre-amp on and the rest of the cord remains velcro'd together nice and neat so as to stay out of the way.
The arm on the mic is very flexible, but it will also hold its' position exactly where it has been positioned.
Lastly, I've noticed no feedback issues whatsoever out of this mic.
I don't know what else to say about it, except that I've even talked with professionals who use this same mic for their performances, Don Black being one of them ([...] ).
- Lightweight, adjustable mic for my trumpet
- Clip seems strong, and the gooseneck adjuster allows me to perfectly curve the mic into my bell
- Nice pickup
- Clip on the XLR connector allows me to easily clip to my belt
- Wire connecting XLR to mic seems a little...flimsy. Only time will tell how long it holds up.
- Cable is actually quite long. Long enough that I accidentally stepped on it from time to time. With a flimsy cable, I'll have to be very careful.
Overall, love this mic (for a great price).