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Updated Apr 12/2014

Handheld Mics


Shure VP64AL - $89 - in stock

Display Model for testing in the store.

High-output omnidirectional handheld dynamic microphone designed for professional audio and video production, combining exceptional performance and comfortable feel with a handsome on-camera appearance.  The VP64AL is well-suited to location interviews, sports broadcasting, and other situations where the 244 mm (9-5/8 inch) length is an advantage. The omnidirectional pickup pattern provides uniform pickup on or off axis, eliminating the need for critical microphone positioning. The VP64AL also features a tailored frequency response with an upper midrange presence rise that adds crispness and clarity to speech. The cartridge utilizes a neodymium magnet for higher output and increased signal-to-noise ratio. An internal rubber isolation mount protects the microphone cartridge and minimizes handling noise. A water-resistant mesh grille allows the microphone to be used during the most challenging weather conditions. The supplied foam windscreen further reduces "pop" and wind noise. A good mic for doing interviews.

Shure SM63LB Handheld Mic - $149 - coming soon
Black finish, 23 cm extended handle.

Features:
• High output, low impedance
• 0 to 20,000 Hz frequency response tailored for optimum speech intelligibility
• Low-frequency roll off and built-in shock mount for reduced pickup of handling noise and stand vibration
• Humbucking coil for virtual immunity to strong electromagnetic hum fields
• Exceptionally rugged VERAFLEX grille that resists damage from drops up to 2 m
• Patented Shure shock mount system minimizes handling noise
• Immune to rust, corrosion, and moisture
• Built-in pop filter that suppresses breath and wind noise
• Accessory windscreen supplied with SM63L and SM63LB for outdoor use under adverse wind conditions
• Excellent balance and feel for hand-held use
• Supplied snap-in stand adapter
• Sleek, handsome appearance looks good on stage, screen, and television

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