Reviews and Problems with Shure KSM32 Single-Diaphragm Microphone
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23 March 2009
Excerpt: I’ll never say, “No” to the chance to try out a new condenser mic. Shure unleashed this addition to their fine stable of mics last year. I feel like I haven’t given it a full test, because I started putting it up in front of electric guitar amps and have kept doing so. It has a great low-end presence that I really dig, and the mids and highs sound pretty natural. Check out Sleater-Kinney ’s upcoming CD, All Hands on the Bad One, to hear it in use.
Excerpt: The folks at Shure really know how to package a microphone to make one drool with anticipation. This mic looks good! Fortunately, the sleek look mirrors its fine performance, which is not entirely surprising, given Shure's success with other condenser mic designs, such as the industry-standard SM85, SM87 and SM98.