SHURE SM61 VINTAGE DYNAMIC OMNIDIRECTIONAL MICROPHONE WITH XLR CONNECTOR

Shure

$ 125.00 

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very good condition, rare vintage mic
working perfectly
XLR connector, no cable, clip, case or manual included
Designed to provide very clean and natural sound reproduction while presenting a slim, neat appearance, the Model SM61 is also a very rugged and versatile microphone. The built-in wind and pop filter assures very effective control of breath noise and “popping” when the microphone is used close, and removes the need for add-on windscreens for outdoor use. The performance, small size, and ruggedness of the SM61 make it an ideal choice for on-camera or on-stage use by vocalists and M.C.’s, for studio and remote interviews, news, sports, and a variety of similar applications.
Microphone Features:
Compact size, advanced styling, excellent handling feel.
Smooth, natural sound from wide, slightly tailored frequency response.
Built-in wind and “pop” filter to minimize breath and wind noise.
Rugged - will retain its performance and handsome appearance even under severe field or
stage use.
Versatility - appearance and size suitable for the most glamorous application, in the hand or on a stand, yet rugged enough for strenuous field and location use.

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