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PGA58-LC Cardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone Shure

6,161.00 5,861.00

Cardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone

Description

PGA58-LC
Cardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone
The PGA58-LC delivers excellent sound for lead and backup vocal performance. Available with various cable options and a discrete On / Off switch.

Handheld microphone for lead and backup vocal performance
Dynamic cartridge (does not require phantom power) with cardioid polar pattern
Tailored cartridge design for clear, natural-sounding vocal reproduction
Includes PGA58 with On / Off switch, microphone clip, zipper pouch and user guide.

Product Details

The PGA58 is a professional quality vocal 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.

Applications
  • Live Vocals
Microphone Type
  • Dynamic
Polar Pattern
  • Cardioid
Frequency Response
  • Tailored
Form Factor
  • Handheld
Model Line
  • PG ALTA

Available Options

PGA58-XLR Cardioid dynamic vocal microphone for lead and backing vocal performance. XLR-XLR cable.
PGA58-QTR Cardioid dynamic vocal microphone for lead and backing vocal performance. XLR-QTR cable.
PGA58-LC Cardioid dynamic vocal microphone for lead and backing vocal performance. Cable not included.
PGA58BTS Cardioid dynamic vocal microphone for lead and backing vocal performance. XLR-XLR cable, tripod stand (not available in all regions).

 

Specifications

Frequency Response 70–15,000 Hz
Phantom power required? No
Polar Pattern Cardioid
Type Dynamic

Additional specifications are available in the user guide.

Software & Downloads

Brochures

PG ALTA™ Microphones Brochure English PDF 5.05 mb

Specification Sheets

PGA58 Specification Sheet English PDF 79.6 kb

User Guides

PGA58 User Guide English PDF 728 kb
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