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The Shure BETA 91A is designed for use with kick drums, as well as other traditional low-frequency applications including piano. Featuring an updated microphone capsule, integrated preamplifier, and XLR connection, Beta 91A offers a strong low-frequency response and is specifically tailored for bass frequency applications. The Beta 91A combines superior attack and punch for studio-quality sound, even at extremely high sound pressure levels (SPL).
Uniform half-cardioid polar pattern for maximum gain-before-feedback and rejection of off-axis sound
Precision-engineered low-profile design features integrated preamplifier and XLR connector to maximize setup efficiency while minimizing stage clutter
Frequency response tailored for kick drum/low frequency applications with a wide dynamic range for use in high SPL environments
Two-position contour switch to maximize attack and clarity depending on application:
FlatNatural sound in most applications
Low-mid ScoopStrong low frequency "punch" with plenty of higher frequency attack
Requires no external mounting or accessories for ease of use and storage
Furnished with zipper pouch
Piano / Organ
Drums / Percussion
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