Reviews and Problems with Shure WH20XLR Wired Dynamic Headset Microphone
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destrian, B&H Photo
5 January 2015
Excerpt: This headset specializes in ergonomics. It's audio quality is on the ultra clear side... however you have to use a slightly louder than normal speaking voice to get to to receive you're voice as primary and not background noise. Thanks B&H...you guys keep everything is stock!
Excerpt: Straight out of the box this is a great product. It's light, fully adjustable to fit any head size but best of all is the sound quality. It is 'almost' as good as a hand held sm58 (needs a little more 'pre amp' and it has just slightly more treble response than the sm58). The freedom it gives to a 'guitar vocalist' like myself is quite simply amazing. Before I was rigidly glued to my mic and stand now I find myself almost dancing whilst performing..
Pros: Clear Sound, Compact, Durable, Easy To Use, Lightweight, Versatile, Well designed
Excerpt: Ah, freedom. Plug in the guitar, plug in the WH20XLR and play. Trusted sure Shure sound. Significantly less wind noise for outdoor gigs. works great for harmonica too. belt clip secure enough to walk around with confidence.
Excerpt: I use this while puppeteering for video to keep my audio levels consistent. Typically, I rely on the boom to pick up varying levels of audio to later be replaced by a proper VO track. With this mic, I've actually been able to use the track straight from the mic on occasion, without having to record in the booth afterwards. Not the best quality but really, really good, especially for the price.
Excerpt: Each month I record a live game show for radio with four panelists, a host, and guests from the audience. The show takes place in a long concrete and brick bar with terrible acoustics. We initially had problems with feedback and room noise bleeding into the panelist's tracks. These headworn mics have been an effective and affordable solution. The quality of the recordings has improved immensely!