Superb recording quality and professional flexibility The Shure KSM27 Studio Microphone is a side-address condenser mic with a cardioid polar pattern. Designed for studio use, yet rugged enough for live applications, the KSM27 has an externally biased, 1" ultrathin, gold-layered, low mass Mylar diaphragm to provide superior transient response. An extremely low self-noise level and selectable frequency response deliver superb recording fidelity no matter what the source. Requires phantom power. FEATURES Externally biased condenser Cardioid pattern 20Hz-20kHz frequency response 150 ohms impedance 15dB attenuation Selectable frequency response: flat; -6dB/octave below 115Hz; -18dB/octave below 80Hz 14dB self-noise 138dB maximum SPL (133dB attenuated) 81dB signal-to-noise ratio
heres my setup from the other day..... Kick-D112(in), Lawson 47fet Clone(Out), Sub kick Snare- Shure unidyne DY 45g(Top), Shure KSM 27 Hat-Shure SM7 Toms- ATM25s OH- Shure KSM44s Room- Gefell UM92s
...truly great. Other things that come to mind aren't really any better than a 414 and have less functionality. KSM 32 KSM 27 Both are OK, but not nearly as great as internet hype has gotten. The KSM32 isn't really an LDC depending on your definition. MXL2001 - good cheap alternative for kick or toms if you can...
I've also heard of the blue microphone. Well, thanks for your reply.
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