Wonderful sounding quality piece of Professional Gear
6 March 2013
Summary: Many of Shure's products have become industry/studio standards throughout the years because they just work, and work well. Their mics seem to "get the job done" without frills. Their products remind me of 'military grade'; constructed to be functional and to last.
This is the "go to" microphone for vocals and acoustical instruments
5 March 2012
Summary: The engineer at the studio where I recorded my first 5 CD's began using the KSM 44 on my third project, and I love the sound he got. He used it for my vocal (solo) and for my male background vocalist (tenor/baritone). I think he was using an A/T mic for my female BGV.
Summary: If you want a wireless that is easy, good bang for your buck and that is compliant with the new federal laws regarding the frequencies....this is the unit for you. Or at least, the one for me. I've got 7 of these puppies and love 'em.
Summary: I bought my first KSM44 about 5 years ago. I used it mainly for a vocal mic. Whar a rich, smooth, natural sound! It has some coloration, but maybe that's why I like it. It picks up the subtle nuances in the voice or instrument that would not be captured with a lesser mic. I recently bought 3 more.