SHURE MODEL 51 'SONODYNE' VINTAGE OMNIDIRECTIONAL DYNAMIC MIC WITH XLR CONNECTOR

Shure

$ 199.00 

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good cosmetic condition, perfect working condition, updated with XLR connector, no cable included.
The Model 51 is a rugged microphone built to provide good reproduction of music and voice. It's a pressure dynamic type and has an omnidirectional pickup characteristic. The Model 51 is highly recommended for tape, wire, and disc recording, fixed or mobile public address paging systems, amateur communication and general communication service.
Features:
    High output and a response effective for announcing, narration, vocal music, and combo groups.
    A strong detachable cable, especially selected for good shielding from “hum” pickup.
    Very rugged mechanical design for reliable operation under severe conditions of use.
    A self-tensioning swivel which permits tilting so microphone can be aimed at source of sound.
The Model 51 is multi impedance for connecting into microphone inputs rated at 25 to 50 ohms, 150 to 250 ohms, or into high impedance microphone inputs. The low impedances are recommended where long cable lengths are required or under conditions of severe hum disturbance. The permissible cable length is practically unlimited, since neither response nor level is appreciably affected.

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