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Shure BETA 91A

$ 239.00

Shure BETA 91A
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Shure

Shure BETA 91A

$ 239.00

      • 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).

        Shure Beta 91A Features:

        • Uniform half-cardioid polar pattern for maximum gain-before-feedback andrejection of off-axis sound.
        • Precision-engineered low-profile design features integrated preamplifierand XLR connector to maximize setup efficiency while minimizing stage clutter.
        • Frequency response tailored for kick drum/low frequency applications witha wide dynamic range for use in high SPL environments.
        • Two-position contour switch to maximize attack and clarity depending onapplication: select the flat response setting for natural sound in mostapplications or the "low-mid scoop" setting for a strong low frequency "punch"with plenty of higher frequency attack.
        • Requires no external mounting or accessories for ease of use and storage
        • Furnished with zippered pouch


        The Shure BETA 91A is a cardioid condenser microphone designed for kick drums.  Take the 91A and stick it inside the kick drum on a pillow or towel.  It was designed for live but is equally an important tool in the studio.  Combine the isolated inside kick sound of the BETA 91A and put a tube microphone on the outside of the kick for that big "boom" sound.  Then blend the two together to get a monster kick sound both live or in the studio.

      • Type Electret Condenser
        Frequency Response 20 to 20,000 Hz
        Polar Pattern Half-cardioid (cardioid in hemisphere above mounting surface) 
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