Shure Product Reviews

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Audio Technology Shure MOTIV MV88 Review

January 2017

Audio Technology (Issue 119) review Shure's MOTIV MV88 Digital Stereo Condenser Microphone.

 

I was immediately attracted to the MV88 for a trip I was taking to Indonesia where I would be doing interviews and shooting video. I was planning on taking a Zoom recorder but I liked the idea of the MV88 for stereo recordings because I knew i'd always have my phone with me and the Shure solution represents minimal additional packing; doesn't require batteries and the file management all resides on my phone.

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Mixdown Magazine Shure MOTIV Review

October 2016

Mixdown Magazine (Issue 270) review Shure's MOTIV Digital Microphones and Recording Solutions.

 

Now Shure have gone that extra step to tackle every possible recording option in the modern digital era where the mobile phone, tablet and laptop are now taking place of the studio in many circumstances. To meet the demand, Shure has released the MOTIV range of digital microphones and recording solutions for the mobile generation.

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Australian Guitar Shure MOTIV Review

September 2016

Australian Guitar Magazine (Issue 117) review Shure's MOTIV Digital Microphones and Recording Solutions.

 

A family of products bringing you portable and fast bus-powered recording, for a variety of circumstances.

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Mixdown Magazine Shure KSM8 Review

April 2016

Mixdown Magazine (Issue 264) review Shure's KSM8 Dualdyne Handheld Dynamic Microphone.

 

With the SM58 being an industry stalwart for vocal performance microphones and the BETA58 taking that sound one step further, Shure have now gone and raised the bar once again with a revolutionary new dual diaphragm design in the KSM8, the first of its kind and a bold step forward in hand-held microphone design.

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Rolling Stone Shure KSM8 Review

May 2016

Rolling Stone Magazine (Issue 774) review Shure's KSM8 Dualdyne Handheld Dynamic Microphone.

 

It sounds incredibly accurate and has virtually no "proximity effect", which is bad news for stand-up comedians but great for everyone else.

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CX Magazine Shure KSM8 Review

May 2016

CX Magazine (Issue 114) review Shure's KSM8 Dualdyne Handheld Dynamic Microphone.

 

It's pretty well impossible to ignore the impact the Shure company has had on the landscape of microphones worldwide. The SM58 is undoubtedly one of the most recognizable tools of the audio trade..

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Australian Guitar Shure KSM8 Review

May 2016

Australian Guitar Magazine (Issue 115) review Shure's KSM8 Dualdyne Handheld Dynamic Microphone.

 

Shure puts 77 years worth of R&D into their most unique yet sonically unobtrusive vocal mic yet.

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Audio Technology Shure KSM8 Review

May 2016

Audio Technology Magazine (Issue 115) review Shure's KSM8 Dualdyne Handheld Dynamic Microphone.

 

Shure has torn apart its dynamic microphone concept to add in another diaphragm; and two is definitely better than one.

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Rolling Stone Shure SE215 Review

January 2016

Rolling Stone Magazine (Issue 770) review Shure's SE215 Sound Isolating Earphones.

 

Musicians have been using Shure's in-ear headphones for years as part of their on-stage monitoring set-up....

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Mixdown Shure SE215 Review

December 2015

Mixdown Magazine (Issue 260) review Shure's SE215 Sound Isolating Earphones.

 

This is the ideal upgrade to any in-ear monitoring system where a specialised set of ear bugs is needed. For musicians performing live with in-ear systems, these are an obvious choice.

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Australian Guitar Shure PSM300 Review

September 2015

Australian Guitar Magazine (Issue 111) review theShure PSM300.

 

Do you need a personal monitor mix delivered right into your ear holes? Whether the answer is 'yes, that'd make my life so much easier' or just 'whoa that'd be cool', Shure has the system for you.

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Rolling Stone Shure PSM300 Review

June 2015

Rolling Stone Magazine (Issue 763) review theShure PSM300.

 

In-ear monitors are becoming more and more common onstage as technology improves and musicians expect more from their onstage sound. Product lines like Shure's PSM300 series are bringing improved monitoring within reach for most artists.

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CX Magazine Shure PSM300 Review

April 2015

CX Magazine (Issue 102) reviewShure's PSM300.

 

Shure has some pretty top end IEM systems in the PSM900 and PSM1000, and while they're excellent products, they don't exactly fit every budget. Previous generation systems included the PSM400 and PSM700, but these are now discontinued. PSM300 is here to fill the gap.

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Mixdown Shure PSM300 Review

July 2015

Mixdown (Issue 255) review Shure's PSM300.

 

For those of you who were at all concerned about the introduction of changes to wireless transmission laws, you needn't worry now, all Shure wireless systems are guaranteed to comply with the current transmission laws. The new Shure PSM300 comes in a couple of options to suit various budgets. Let's take a look:

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Mixdown Shure PGA181 Review

August 2015

Mixdown (Issue 256) review Shure's PGA181.

 

The PGA181 comes with a vintage look and a vintage sound at a very modern price. As a 'do it all' tool for your studio, this microphone will come in handy for instruments, vocals and a range of percussion uses. This could be the ideal add-on microphone to any recording setup, offering a little something different to the rest of your arsenal.

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Mixdown Shure PGA Drumkit7 Review

August 2015

Mixdown (Issue 256) review Shure's PGA Drumkit7.

 

Shure have always been known for quality in microphones, but quality can come at a price when you're looking to capture the sound of a complete drum kit. Not everyone wants to go out and buy a range of microphones to capture each drum. That's why Shure have released the PG ALTA range of microphones to deliver a budget priced solution for a such a scenario.

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Mixdown Shure PGA58 Review

August 2015

Mixdown (Issue 256) review Shure's PGA58.

 

When you think of a vocal microphone for live applications, one microphone in particular comes to mind. However, for those looking to get a similar microphone on a budget, then Shure is ready with a solution to meet your needs. The PGA58 draws on the design of the legendary SM58, but houses it within a budget friendly package for anyone to use.

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Mixdown Shure PGA27 Review

August 2015

Mixdown (Issue 256) review Shure's PGA27.

 

With this new range of PGA microphones from Shure, there's something to suit just about every application, but this was the model that I was most eager to test out. This budget condenser microphone is going to be a go-to microphone for a lot of musicians, as it delivers quality and clarity with an ease of use that makes it a joy to record vocals again.

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Mixdown Shure GLX-D Review

July 2015

Mixdown (Issue 255) review Shure GLX-D.

 

This is something I have wanted to see from Shure's GLX line for some time now and I am glad it's finally landed on my desk. Well, to be totally honest, it landed on my floor this time, as the new GLX-D Digital Wireless Guitar Pedal is just that, a pedal. Finally you and your Shure wireless system can free yourself from awkward receiver units balanced atop of your guitar amp and integrate the receiver into your pedal board where, your signal chain is likely to start anyway.

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Mixdown Shure QLXD-24 Review

March 2015

Mixdown (Issue 251) review Shure QLXD-24.

 

I love it when simplicity in design results in a quality product like this. There's a lot going on under the hood of this half rack spaced receiver, but you need not worry about any of that, as it is designed to do the thinking for you.

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