Shure PGA181 Side-Address Cardioid Condenser Microphone

 
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The PGA181’s smooth frequency response and versatile design make it ideal for instrument and vocal recording. Available with and without a cable.

The Shure PGA181 is a side-address cardioid condenser microphone with a smooth frequency response with highly durable construction that delivers excellent sound. Extremely versatile, the PGA181 is a go-to mic for use with a wide range of applications, including acoustic and amplified instruments, vocals and live rehearsal recording and performance.

Features:
  • Tailored microphone cartridge design for smooth and versatile reproduction of sound sources
  • Cardioid polar pattern picks up audio from the source while rejecting unwanted noise
  • Updated industrial design with black metallic finish and grille for unobtrusive visual presence
  • Stand adapter for mounting to a microphone stand
  • Zipper pouch included for additional protection during storage or transport
  • Legendary Shure quality design and construction for exceptional performance in rigorous environments

Get your Shure PGA181 Side-Address Cardioid Condenser Microphone today at the guaranteed lowest price from Sam Ash Direct with our 45-day return and 60-day price protection policy.

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  • PGA181 Microphone
  • Zipper Pouch

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Series PGA
Model 181
Frequency Response 50Hz-20kHz
Polar Pattern Cardioid
Dynamic Range (SPL) 138dB
Low Cut Filter No
Self Noise 9.5dB
Pad No
Output Impedence 120 ohms
Power 48 VDC phantom power (4 mA)
Weight N/A
Dimensions 383 g (13.5 oz.)
Matched Pair No
Warranty Info:

Monitor mixers, personal monitors, phonograph, wireless: One year parts and labor Wired microphones: Two years parts and labor