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Blue Bear Sound wrote:A heckuva lot can be done with a 57 (and a good pre!)
vampire06 wrote:and... how it sounds the sm57 with a "lesser" pre.. letÃ‚Â´s say...a DMP3?
Im owner of an sm58 (well, itÃ‚Â´s my only mic) and itÃ‚Â´s great, even trough the crappys IMPÃ‚Â´s.
but... imo, the 58 its a live performance mic.
octopi.mzk wrote:ppl, hi. ermmm. lets see, i know this might have already been asked and answered a thousand times, but havent found what im looking for so far...
number two: once possible id like to get some nice preamp. i guess i can do for the moment with my fast track pro, but i will need to get to something better if im thinking of getting serious. i'd love to get a rnp, but its simply impossible: the thing is im in argentina, and prices are trippled here, so i guess the most expensive piece of equipment i could get would be just a piece of junk. any ideas on the bestest possible two channel preamp in the $200 price range?
thanks to you all
chris319 wrote:...first choice would be the Shure SM48, which is a few bucks less than the 57/58 but sounds clearer and more distinct...
chris319 wrote:Then comes the SM58.
chris319 wrote:I wouldn't be at all surprised if the 48 used the same capsule as the 57 and 58.
The Shure website wrote:The SM58 and SM48 use different cartridges. That is to say, they have different frequency responses, different off axis responses, different handling characteristics, different transcient responses, etc.
chris319 wrote:Funny, a Google search did not turn up that passage on Shure.com
chris319 wrote:I have A/B/C'd the 48, 57 and 58 and think the 48 sounds the best of all.
I pulled it right off the FAQ on the Shure.com website, skippy....
chris319 wrote:I pulled it right off the FAQ on the Shure.com website, skippy....
No, you found it at shure.custhelp.com.
So far you haven't stated exactly what you don't like about the SM48. You've established that it has a different capsule from the SM58 and that's about all. Have you ever used an SM48? Have you A/B'd it against any other mic under controlled conditions and if so, would you care to share your impressions with us?
you contradict yourself even in your opinion (first saying that you think that the SM48 is a better sounding dynamic mic than an SM58, then say that it probably uses the same capsule and thus has a nearly identical sound)
sounds clearer and more distinct, possibly due to the lack of an output transformer.
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