Be Shure of Your Small-diaphragm Condensers!One of the indisputable keys to getting great recordings is capturing fine details. In order to accurately capture sound sources, the microphones you use need to have thin diaphragms that can respond quickly to transients and high frequencies. Of course, it's also great if the microphone you use has incredibly low self noise, and a pretty-much flat frequency response is a real plus. Oh, and it never hurts if the microphone you're looking doesn't cost an arm and a leg and maybe a kidney. But where can you find a mythical microphone like that???
How about the Shure SM137? That's right - trust the masterminds at Shure to get the job done! The Shure SM137 small-diaphragm cardioid condenser offers you consistent performance. It's ultra-thin diaphragm response effortlessly to fast transients and high-frequencies. It's got a nearly ruler-flat from 20Hz to 20kHz, and thanks to its transformerless design, there's no extra circuitry onboard the SM137 to fuzz up the sound. Even better, the SM137 won't wipe out the kitty either. So, pick up a pair of Shure SM137s and start recording with the quality you demand!
Shure SM137 Small-diaphragm Cardioid Condenser Microphone Features at a Glance:
- Cartridge Type: Permanently Biased Condenser
- Frequency Response: 20Hz-20kHz
- Directional Polar Pattern: Cardioid
- End-address condenser
- 15dB pad
- Requires +48V phantom power