SKU: GC61-SHR-565SD-LC

Shure Microphone Dynamic Dual Z Vocal Cardioid w/Switch

Shure Microphone Dynamic Dual Z Vocal Cardioid w/Switch

The UNISPHERE I 565SD microphone is a dual-impedance, unidirectional dynamic microphone with a strong, wire-mesh, spherical front grille that contains a highly effective wind and pop filter.

Shipped connected for low-impedance operation, 565SD provides excellent vocal or speech reproduction on lecterns and stages, and is a popular choice for use in public auditoriums, churches, convention halls, and schools.

Features:

Versatile, high-quality microphone with sound characteristics similar to the SM58

Selectable dual-impedance operation

Silent magnetic reed on/off switch with lock-on option

Cardioid dynamic

Regular price $309.00
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Shure Microphone Dynamic Dual Z Vocal Cardioid w/Switch

The UNISPHERE I 565SD microphone is a dual-impedance, unidirectional dynamic microphone with a strong, wire-mesh, spherical front grille that contains a highly effective wind and pop filter.

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