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Wireless dual-diaphragm microphone for live vocals by Shure

Launched at winter Namm show 2006, the KSM9 from Shure is a reference-quality, wireless handheld microphone built expressly for vocals featuring dual-diaphragm construction and switchable cardioid/supercardiod versatility. A wired version of the KSM9 started shipping in May 2006.
High gain-before-feedback qualities collaborate with minimal proximity effect to give the KSM9 accurate low frequency response and clear vocal performance. To greatly reduce handling noise, a two-stage shock mount stabilizes both horizontal and vertical movement. KSM9 offers a wide dynamic range, low self-noise and a maximum SPL of 153 dB.
Dual-diaphrgm wireless condenser microphone KSM9 by Shure
Sold as part of Shure's UHF-R wireless system, KSM9 transmitters are available in black (UR2/KSM9/BK) and champagne (UR2/KSM9/SL) finishes. Replacement cartridges in the same respective colors (RPW180 and RPW184) are available as well. With time-saving setup features including automatic frequency selection and automatic transmitter synch, UHF-R takes the hard work out of managing wireless networks large and small. Providing a sizable 60 MHz bandwidth with no increase in interference thanks to Shure's Advanced Track Tuning filtering technology, UHF-R enables up to 108 compatible systems to be used simultaneously across multiple bands.
The wired versions is also available in champagne and black finishes. The wired KSM9 comes with an aluminum carrying case and included microphone clamp.
Dual-diaphrgm wired condenser microphone KSM9 by Shure
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