Excerpt: I bought the Shure C606 microphone because it was cheap. It can be found online for about $30. Although I didn’t have any real expectations for this microphone, I was still disappointed. I was looking for a mic for under about $40. This was the only Shure mic …
Summary: The only issue is the voice volume is kind of low compard to my old one. So sometimes it created mismatch if I sing Karoke with the background music is loud. But the clarity is definitely better.
Summary: This product is excelent. Very appropiate to be used with laptop or PC systems since has very high impedance and sound is good. Also comes with XLR cable, so you can buy an additional XLR male to male cable if you need to connect the cable to a mixer for example or use an adapter.
Excellent mic for a beginer & one which will carry them for a good while before it needs upgrading.
18 January 2011
Excerpt: My husband is a DJ, KJ and Musician who sings and plays bass and is now learning guitar too. For us that means a household full of musical equipment from amps and speakers to mics, instruments and other equipment.
Excerpt: Working in the recording industry has allowed me to experience different types of microphones over the years. I still think back to the days when I got my first Woolworths own red microphone...it used to give awful feedback and screech when you held it too close to the lips.
Excerpt: There are microphones... and then there are microphones. The first kind are the cheap and nasty plastic variety that you can pick up for under a fiver in Argos, and the second kind are the professional devices which will normally set you back a pretty penny.