Shure SM57 Mic Boom Stand XLR-XLR Mic Cable only £83.18 @ DV247.com and In-Store - HotUKDeals
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Shure SM57 Mic Boom Stand XLR-XLR Mic Cable only £83.18 @ DV247.com and In-Store

£83.18 @ DV247
Industry standard Shure SM57 is on offer for £83.18 in a bundle including the Shure SM57 mic (RRP £92-£120), Quik-Lok A300 mic stand (RRP £25) and Konig XLR-XLR cable (RRP £9). This offer is also avai…
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Industry standard Shure SM57 is on offer for £83.18 in a bundle including the Shure SM57 mic (RRP £92-£120), Quik-Lok A300 mic stand (RRP £25) and Konig XLR-XLR cable (RRP £9). This offer is also available in-store and if you need a different cable to the one specified this can also be requested.

This essentially makes the mic around £50 - more details on DV247 website - click go to deal
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#1
:thumbsup:great deal voted hot, good enought deal without the mic stand and cable but brilliant with
£5.88 postage
#2
nice find!!!!
#3
yes dont know why people are voting cold - cheapest I have seen is Dolphine Music and thats just for the mic at £92
#4
One of the best, most versatile and reliable studio mics ever made. Good price.
#5
Many engineers would choose this mic if they were stranded on a desert island with only the choice of one mic - very versatile and great results for a dynamic.

Not the best mic if you are trying to record vocals in the studio (although these will give good results) - go for a condenser and spend a little more.
#6
jezzery
Many engineers would choose this mic if they were stranded on a desert island with only the choice of one mic - very versatile and great results for a dynamic.

Not the best mic if you are trying to record vocals in the studio (although these will give good results) - go for a condenser and spend a little more.


Or by THE most popular mic in the world - the SM58 - for the same price.
#7
Robbieeee2k
Or by THE most popular mic in the world - the SM58 - for the same price.


But the SM58 is still a dynamic mic and they will not capture the same frequency range as a good condenser for studio quality vocals suited to popular music - its just not possible. SM58's are mainly used for live performances. In my opinion the 57 sounds better than the 58 if you are using it for snares, toms and guitar amps as it doesn't have a sheet of foam and metal covering the diaphragm.

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