Shure – Legendary Performance
The Shure BETA54 is a subminiature, electret condenser headworn microphone. It provides uncompromised sound quality and reliability with minimal visibility in applications such as broadcast, theater, and touring. Despite the small size, the condenser element delivers full, clear, and natural reproduction of speech and vocals.
The microphone features a durable, low-profile wire frame headband which is fully adjustable for stability and comfort. A plastic carrying case protects the microphone and its accessories.
The Beta 54 now features improved RF immunity against cellular and RF devices.
- Supercardioid polar pattern provides maximum gain-before-feedback and ambient rejection
- Extended frequency response tailored for vocal performances
- Able to handle extremely high sound pressure levels (SPL)
- Snap-fit foam windscreens stay in place during intensive movement
- Available with an in-line preamp or with a TA4F connector for wireless applications
Microphone Type: Condenser
Polar Pattern: SuperCardiod
Frequency Response: Tailored
Form Factor: Headworn
Model Line: BETA
With a history of innovation that began in 1925, Shure Microphones has turned a passion for making great microphones and audio electronics into an obsession. Shure continues to set the worldwide industry standard for superior, reliable products. Shure Radio Company is founded on April 25 by S. N. Shure as a one-man company selling AM radio kits and components. Mr. Shure’s office is located at 19 South Wells Street in downtown Chicago.
THE 1940'S Shure becomes a prime supplier of microphones and headphones to the Allied Forces. The T-17B Shure Microphone becomes the most widely used microphone by the U.S. Army and Navy. Shure develops Bakelite cases for these mics, preventing them from getting too hot to handle in armoured vehicles while conserving scarce metal for the war effort. Shure is one of the largest Original Equipment Manufacturers of phonograph cartridges in the U.S., supplying major companies, such as Philco, RCA, Emerson, Magnavox, Admiral, and Motorola. Shure Brothers Company becomes Shure Brothers Incorporated.
THE 1970'S The SM7 voiceover microphone is introduced. Over the next four decades, it acquires legendary status in radio, television, recording, and podcasting studios worldwide.
Logitech® and Shure Microphones collaborate to deliver exceptional user experiences through superior video collaboration solutions for meeting rooms of all sizes. Are Shure Microphones Good? The Shure SM7B is the go-to dynamic mic for vocals in pro studios around the world. And it should be the go-to mic for home studios as well because it's not that expensive. While it's particularly suited for rock vocals, it's also extremely popular for all varieties of broadcasting.