Shure's legendary BETA Vocal and Instrument Microphones are tailored for every situation. With specific frequency responses, the BETA range offers the vocalist detailed, warm and accurate sound due to their supercardioid polar pattern whilst the instrument mics are tailored to each instrument individually, allowing you more flexibility in close or distanced miking situations.
Shure BETA Vocal & Instrument Microphones
Shure has turned a passion for making great microphones and audio electronics into an obsession. Shure continues to set the worldwide industry standard for superior, reliable products.
Big sound. Full sound. Sophisticated sound. Is your mic living up to your power? For decades, the BETA Microphone has been through the ringer, pushing both voice and instrument to the limit on the biggest stages in the world. For sound that commands the attention of the entire crowd, this is your microphone.
On stage or in the studio, the BETA series of microphones is made for refinement and attention to detail. The hardened steel mesh grille stands up to some of the roughest sweat drips, mic drops and van rides, without so much as a dent to show for it. The neodymium magnet provides higher output levels, so your sound is clear – and everything else stays in the background.
Products in the range include: 27, 52A, 56A, 57A, 58A, 87, 91A, 98S, 98AD, 98AMP, 98D, 98H
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