Shure KSM9HS Handheld Vocal Microphone

///Shure KSM9HS Handheld Vocal Microphone
  • KSM9HS

Shure KSM9HS Handheld Vocal Microphone

R9,451.00

Premium, dual-diaphragm vocal condenser microphone with switchable hypercardioid and subcardioid polar patterns that capture vocal subtlety with extraordinary detail to deliver clear articulation and precise vocal reproduction in a wide range of live performance applications

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Product Description

A premium vocal microphone, with switchable hypercardioid and subcardioid polar patterns, the KSM9HS extends the ability captures vocal subtlety with extraordinary detail to deliver clear articulation, functional flexibility and precise vocal reproduction for a wide range of live performance applications.

Engineered to exacting standards, featuring Class A transformerless preamplifier circuitry for transparent sound capture and dual gold-layered diaphragms that reveal every nuance and subtlety and an advanced suspension shock mount virtually eliminates handling noise.


Features

Engineered to exacting standards, featuring Class A transformerless preamplifier circuitry for transparent sound capture and dual gold-layered diaphragms that reveal every nuance and subtlety and an advanced suspension shock mount virtually eliminates handling noise.

  • Exceptional consistency across all frequencies, providing more gain before feedback, while decreasing proximity effect.
  • Dual gold layered, low-mass Mylar® diaphragm design
  • Switchable polar patterns (hypercardioid and subcardioid)
  • Advanced suspension shock mount
  • Premium electronic components including Class A transformerless preamplifier circuitry
  • Gold-plated internal and external connectors, including XLR Output Durable aluminum housing
  • Full-range frequency response (50Hz to 20kHz)
  • Wired and wireless options
  • Black finish (wired), black and champagne finishes (wireless capsules)

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