Excerpt: The Shure KSM27 is a side-address condenser microphone with a cardioid polar pattern. It was made with studio use in mind, but it's a pretty rugged unit overall. It has a great sound and reproduces very accurately. It runs on 48V Phantom Power. It sounds great through a variety of pre amps.
Excerpt: The Shure SM27 is a well rounded mic that is a condenser mic that doesn’t cost a lot of money and will provide you with a pretty good sound. It came out years ago for around 400 or maybe a little more than that. But now can be purchased brand new for less than 300 dollars.
Excerpt: The Shure KSM27 is a vocal condenser microphone that is suitable for both use in the studio and the stage. I have only used it in the studio, but it definitely has the look and the shape of a stage microphone.
Excerpt: The Shure KSM27 is a recently discontinued large diaphragm condenser microphone that is initially remarkable for how small it truly is. Shure has recently discontinued this microphone, replacing it with a fundamentally different SM27.
Excerpt: This is a fantastic, silver, cardioid condenser mic. It's got so much mic packed in a small little case with three EQ options that make your vocals sound crisp, warm and clear. It's an XLR microphone, requiring the use of an interface, analog-to-digital converter, mixer, or standalone preamp.
Excerpt: The Shure KSM27 is a large diaphragm condenser microphone that I've used in the recording studio. I guess you could use this for recording a live show, but I've never done so, so this review will focus on using the KSM27 in the studio.
Excerpt: The Shure KSM27 is a condenser microphone that I have used both in the studio and live. It works great for all applications and especially as overheads on a drum set in a live The shape of it makes it easy to capture a wide array of sounds and makes it easy to capture most of the sound you are...