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|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.
|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.
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