Shure has introduced two new models in its SM line of microphones for professional broadcast applications. The new SM27 and SM137 are both cardioid condenser microphones and targeted for high-end applications.
The SM27 features low self-noise and extended frequency response that picks up vocal nuances with clarity. The microphone has a three-position switchable low-frequency filter that helps reduce unwanted background noise or counteract proximity effect for consistent, extended low-end.
The SM137 probe microphone is designed with an ultra-thin diaphragm for a frequency response that combines a smooth high-end with a tight, controlled low-end and a -15dB pad for natural sound reproduction in both acoustic and high volume performance applications. It has low self-noise and preamplifier circuitry.
Both microphones will be available this spring.