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The BETA 98H/C is a premium cardioid condenser instrument microphones that clamps onto the bell of wind instruments or onto the rim of percussion instruments. The integrated gooseneck and ratcheting swivel joint allows the mic to be easily positioned and secured, and an isolation shock-mount reduces the transmission of instrument 'key noise' and other mechanical noise. A gooseneck angle brace is included to provide better retention of the microphone placement during more active performances.
Transformerless preamplifier circuitry which improves linearity across the full frequency range
Pickup pattern provides high gain-before-feedback and excellent rejection of unwanted noise
High maximum sound pressure level (SPL) enables it to handle the extreme demands of brass, woodwind and percussion instruments
10' high-flex cable with attached preamplifier (XLR connection)
Tailored frequency response for open, natural sound reproduction
Compact, lightweight construction provides a low degree of visibility
Gooseneck, ratcheting swivel joint and gooseneck angle brace allow for optimum placement and fixed positioning
Legendary Shure ruggedness and reliability
Brass / Woodwinds
Drums / Percussion
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