SM137

Professional Instrument Condenser Microphone

Cardioid instrument condenser microphone offers natural sound reproduction in both acoustic and high volume performance applications. Features include a thin diaphragm, a Class-A preamplifier, pad for performance consistency, and low self-noise.

$179

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The SM137 is a versatile, flat-response cardioid condenser probe microphone.

The SM137 has an ultra-thin diaphragm for a frequency response that combines a smooth high-end with a tight, controlled low-end and a 15db pad for natural sound reproduction in both acoustic and high volume performance applications.

  • 1 - Swivel Adapter
  • 1 - Zippered Pouch
  • Ultra-thin diaphragm for smooth high end and tight, controlled low end
  • 15dB pad for performance consistency across a wider range of high SPL sources
  • Low self-noise and transformerless preamplifier circuitry

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A27M

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A3WS

Windscreen

A25D

Microphone Clip

A55M

Shock Mount Microphone Clip

A53M

Shock Mount Microphone Clip

A55HM

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October 17, 2017

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September 1, 2017

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Miking a semi-circle of singers for live sound
August 29, 2017

A semi-circle is difficult as the angle is 180 degrees. Cardioid mics, most often used for live sound, have a 120 degree pickup angle.To cover 180 deg ...

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