Excerpt: Every time you move your hand you get a loud and annoying “BOOM.” This is impossible to avoid unless you are using a stand (which will cost you another $20) After doing more research, I realized that there are better options for under $40. I would not recommend the Shure C606 to anyone. Instead I recommend a condenser microphone . the Behringer C-1 Studio Condenser Microphone will give you a lot more sound quality for your money. It can be found for about $40.
Summary: do not know why this microphone goes crasy from time to time. that is, when you plug in it to the jack of pc, and use skype, the other side would hear some music! really amazing...and i am sure it should not be the problem of skype, since when i use other softeware to record my voice, the same happens. it is really a strange problem and quite annoying...you cannot really tell when it will go crazy like this. if it works normally, it is good.
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. I also bought the model Shure 8900W and the model C606W is better. I have 3 pieces.
Summary: 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. I may not use this stuff on a regular basis not being a singer or musician myself, but being married to a musician, I've come to learn a reasonably large amount about it all over the years, and which I've had enough use from in testing & playing with at home,...
Pros: Excellent value for money and keeps it's end up with some much more expensive mics
Cons: Not as much clarity as some, and feedsback at lower volume levels if you're not careful.
Summary: 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. If you are after a basic, affordable recording microphone, then this Shure is a surefire place to start.
Pros: good price and high quality results
Cons: not quite as high quality as the very top range mics
Summary: 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. If you're looking for a decent mic, a good place to start is with the 'Shure' brand.