SKU: GC61-SHR-SM48S-LC

Shure Microphone Dynamic Lo Z Vocal Cardioid w/Switch SM48S

Shure Microphone Dynamic Lo Z Vocal Cardioid w/Switch SM48S

Perfect for singers on the way up, the SM48 has many of the benefits of the SM58 at a very affordable price. The SM48S also includes a lockable On/Off switch.

Shure Models SM48 and SM48S unidirectional dynamic microphones are designed for professional sound reinforcement, studio recording, and broadcasting applications. They maintain a true cardioid pattern throughout their frequency range, ensuring high gain before feedback and rejection of off-axis sound. The tailored frequency response is ideal for vocals. A presence rise brightens mid-range performance and a low-frequency roll-off controls proximity effect.

Both models include a shock-mounted cartridge, a steel mesh grille, and an integral pop filter.

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Shure Microphone Dynamic Lo Z Vocal Cardioid w/Switch SM48S

Perfect for singers on the way up, the SM48 has many of the benefits of the SM58 at a very affordable price. The SM48S also includes a lockable On/Off switch.

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