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Shure PG52-XLR

Cardioid Swivel-Mount Dynamic Kick Drum Microphone, includes 15' XLR to XLR Cable

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Shure PG52-XLR

A high-performance Cardioid Dynamic Kick Drum microphone tuned to capture low-end punch. The PG52-XLR includes an Integrated Stand Mount, 15ft (4.57m) XLR to XLR Cable, 5/8" to 3/8" Thread Adapter, and a Storage Bag.

Product Features:

  • Tailored frequency response is smooth and extended. Tuned specifically for kick drum applications
  • Cardioid polar pattern picks up the most sound from in front of the microphone and some sound from the sides. Less susceptible to feedback in high volume settings
  • Dynamic cartridge has a simple, rugged coil. Handles extreme volume levels without distortion
  • Cartridge includes a neodymium magnet for high output level
  • Internal shock mount for reduced handling noise
  • Durable metal construction
  • Integral stand mount
  • Hardened steel mesh tapered grille that resists wear and abuse
  • Includes 15ft (4.57m) cable and storage bag
  • 1-year Manufacturer's warranty

Microphone Specifications

Microphone Type
This is the type of microphone included with the purchase of the item.

Wireless:All of these microphones can be used without the necessity of wires or cables to connect them. They usually come with a receiver that connects to the input device where the audio signal is being sent.

Shotgun: These microphones are suspended on a boom and are used primarily in video production and broadcasting.

Lavaliere: These microphones are clipped on to the lapel or tie of the talent for broadcast and video production audio.

Table Top: These microphones are designed with a built in stand or to be placed on a table top stand to be used for broadcasting and podcasting applications.

Headset: These microphones are to be worn on the head typically for live performance and theater production.

Handheld: These microphones are held in the hand and are used in a wide range of applications primarily vocals and public address.

Clamp On: These microphones attach directly on to an instrument.

Drum Package: These microphones are an all in one package for drums typically made of dynamic Kick, Snare, Tom, and a stereo condenser pair of overhead mics for Cymbals.

Instrument
Designed Applications
The intended application the microphone is designed for.
Kick Drum
Number of Microphones
This is the number of microphones that are included in the package.
1
Polar Patterns
The polar pattern of a microphone determines how sensitive it is to receiving sounds as they arrive at different angles.
Cardioid
Transducer Type
The transducer type is the manner in which the audio signal is converted into an electrical signal.
Dynamic
Frequency Response
The range of frequencies the speaker will reproduce (lowest frequency to the highest). Bigger is better, meaning the wider the range, the better. The optimal range is 20 - 20,000 Hz (which is the range of human hearing).
30 - 13,000 Hz
Sensitivity
An efficiency or sensitivity rating tells you how effectively a speaker converts power into sound. The higher the number, the more efficient the speaker and the louder it will play with the same input power. An efficient speaker helps you maximize your available power. Most sensitivity ratings measure the speaker's output with 1 watt of input, 1 meter from the speaker. Some speakers' sensitivity is measured with 2.83 volts of input, instead of 1 watt.
 
Efficiency (1w/1m) is not an accurate indicator of a subwoofer's output capability and should not be used as a comparison to other speakers or subwoofers to determine which one is "louder".
-55 dB
Output Impedance
This is the amount of impedance that the microphone allows.
300 ohms
Connection Type
This is the manner in which the microphone connects to the source unit. For wired microphones, this is the connector that directly connects the microphone to the mixer (or other input source unit). For wireless microphones, this is the connection that connects the microphones receiver to the mixer (or other input source unit).
XLR

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Parts Warranty Duration
1 year
Labor Warranty Duration
1 year
Warranty Provider
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Product Summary

Manufacturer

Model Number

PG52-XLR

UPC

042406099059

Weight

1.00lb

Internal SKU

pg52xlr

Internal Product ID

30898

Sonic Electronix Wiring Guide

Wiring Diagram Legend

Warning: The image depicted shows the resistance change when wiring multiple subwoofer terminals. Please refer to your subwoofer's owner's manual for the proper wiring of its terminals. Sonic Electronix, Inc. is not responsible for damage caused to your audio system or vehicle due to improper installation. Please call tech support at 1-877-289-7664 if you require additional assistance.

Product Name: Shure PG52-XLR

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