The PGA181 is a professional quality instrument microphone with an updated industrial design that features a black metallic finish and grille offering an unobtrusive visual presence. Legendary Shure quality construction ensures exceptional performance in rigorous environments.
Additional features include a tailored microphone cartridge design for smooth and versatile reproduction of sound sources.
|Frequency Response||50–20,000 Hz|
|Phantom power required?||Yes|
Additional specifications are available in the user guide.
WA371 Wireless Microphone ClipSecurely mounts the Shure wireless handheld transmitters to standard microphone stands.
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