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Pyle-Pro PDMIC58 Professional Moving Coil Dynamic Handheld Microphone
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- This microphone gives you a robust sound with high gain before feedback thanks to its moving-coil dynamic element. It's also uni-directional so your microphone only picks up sounds that are directly in front it -
- The PDMIC58 features an XLR input, giving you the highest quality sound possible out of your vocal performances.
- With a durable zinc alloy metal construction and a steel mesh ball shaped grill, the PDMIC58 is built to last and can handle just about anything.
- Please note: Product does not have an on/off switch
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Professional Moving Coil Dynamic Handheld Microphone
The PDMIC58 is a professional moving coil dynamic handheld microphone. Translation: it makes your voice sound great, thanks the unidirectional element. The durable zinc alloy metal construction means this mic is great for everyday use. Sounds great in the studio or on the stage. Includes a 15 foot 5.5mm microphone cable.
Perfect for On-Stage or Studio Use
This microphone gives you a robust sound with high gain before feedback thanks to its moving-coil dynamic element. It’s also uni-directional so your microphone only picks up sounds that are directly in front it – that way your audio is reproduced without interference from instruments or speakers on stage.
XLR Input for Professional Quality Sound
The PDMIC58 features an XLR input, giving you the highest quality sound possible out of your vocal performances.
Built to Handle Just About Anything
With a durable zinc alloy metal construction and a steel mesh ball shaped grill, the PDMIC58 is built to last and can handle just about anything.
Top customer reviews
I still give it 4 stars because a mic cable is $10 and it takes about 10 minutes if you are skilled to fix the connections. We purchased 30 of these to use at a school where they are likely to sustain physical damage or loss. The students will get a close to SM58 like experience for 25% of the cost. Cost is a big issue. Again these are not as good as the Shure product but cost a lot less. It would have been nice if the used shielded twisted pair cable and did the unbalancing at the 1/4" tip sleeve connector. This would have allowed the mic and cable to be used in professional PA systems with regular cables unmodified, or by clipping off the 1/4" connector and replacing it with an XLR.
Build quality is exactly what you'd expect of something this cheap. This shipped to me with one of the wires not properly soldered and I had to fix it myself. Soon after, the paint began flicking off at the slightest touch, and now there's more bare spots than there is black paint left on it. Though only cosmetic and nobody but me sees the thing, it's still not indicative of a high quality product.
If I knew the build quality would be this bad, I wouldn't have bought this. I recommend spending a few more dollars on another SM-58 clone that'll hopefully have better build quality.
Oh, and through the included XLR->1/4" cable in the trash. It functions exactly as well as it smells, and it doesn't exactly smell like springtime flowers if you can catch my drift.
I now have 4 of these mics, and I love them. I practice weekly and have had other people come over and plug their mics into my system and then ask why my mic sounds so much better than theirs and how much I paid for it. Jaws drop and vulgaritys fly, then they tell me what they paid and they seem upset. I'm pretty happy.
Update: I have toured this as my main vocal mic since I bought it (behind the drums - frequently whacked it with a drum stick). It has been my running joke with the rest of the band who use Sennheiser 835e. It works great, is cosmetically still perfect, and I bought another to keep one at home. These are a great buy.
Most recent customer reviews
Durable (I bought this over a yea ago)
Good professional feel to it.