The new editions of Shure’s SM series microphones, supplied in Australia by Jands , aim to give performers and engineers even more flexible and rugged tools to choose from.
SM27 microphones feature a versatile large diaphragm, side address cardioid condenser that has been designed to pick up the nuances of vocals and instruments with clarity.
A one inch, ultra thin Mylar diaphragm provides quality transient response, solid low frequency reproduction and a low self-noise (only 9.5 dB SPL) to reveal fine detail while recording or during live performances.
SM27 microphones replace the KSM27 model, and deliver lower self-noise and improved dynamic range specifications over their predecessors.
SM137 cardioid probe microphones are designed for instrument recording applications.
Employing an ultra thin diaphragm, they deliver smooth high end and tight, controlled low end response.
A 15 dB attenuator enables these microphones to handle sound pressure levels as high as 154 dB SPL, for consistent reproduction of delicate acoustic as well as high volume amplified instruments. The SM137 replaces the KSM109 model.