Shure

With a history of audio innovation spanning over 80 years, Shure has turned a passion for making great microphones and audio electronics into an obsession. Shure; Microphones

Boundary Microphones

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Closed Back Headphones

Closed back headphones are more coloured than open back designs, but also isolate the listener and restrict sound leakage. This makes them ideal for tracking, recording or even just for listening whilst outside of the studio.

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Dynamic Hand Held Microphones

Dynamic Mics dont require any external power and can handle loud SPL's. Great for live shows and mic'ing drums!

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Dynamic Instrument Microphones

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Hand Held Condenser Microphones

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In-Ear Monitors (IEMs)

In ear monitors (I.E.M's) are flat response ear buds, designed to be easily concealed whilst still giving live musicians suitable audio monitoring during your performance.

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Large Diaphragm Condenser Microphones

Condenser (or Capacitor) microphones are fantastic for detailed recording work. When using them for vocal recording, think about if you need a pop filter (to stop plosives) or a reflection shield to minimise room noise on recordings and produce a clearer result. All condenser microphones need a power supply from somewhere, either battery or 48V Phantom Power from a desk or interface.

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Open Back Headphones

Open back headphones are renowned for their accuracy and wide stereo field when compared to closed back models. This makes them ideal for critical listening and mixdown work in the studio. Their open back design however make them less suitable for tracking, recording and location work.

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Professional Wireless Headsets

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Small Diaphragm Condenser Microphones

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USB Audio Interfaces

USB & Firewire audio interfaces offer high quality inputs and outputs for recording and playing back your audio. With the added advantage of being easy to transport and move between systems, they are a popular solution for performers wishing to have a single high quality interface they can move between the studio and stage with ease. USB audio interfaces due to their portability and often great value remain perhaps the most common audio interfaces in use today. With USB being the computer worlds most widely supported connection standard, through using an USB audio interface it allows us the flexibility of having it either in the studio or to easily take it out on the road with you. This means that you can use the same high quality audio I/O connections and quality recording signal path found within your audio interface, no matter where your projects may take you. Regular USB audio interfaces are likely to be based around the classic USB connection

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USB Microphone

USB Mics include a digital converter, most dont have conventional XLR sockets, but provide an easy way of recording vocals into your computer. Fantastic for recording speech and voiceovers.

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Wireless Hand Held Microphones

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Wireless In-Ear Monitoring

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Wireless Instrument Systems

Wireless instrument systems can be used to free your instrument from its wires onstage. Suitable for guitarists or any other performer with an audio line out, you can use these to move freely for a more expressive performance.

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Wireless Lavalier Microphones

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