Question about Shure SM58 Professional Microphone
If you shout into mic and the audio signal LED on receiver lights everything is ok.First check your receiver to amplifier jacks and cables,If ok check muting transistor inside the receiver next to the audio output terminal.As an expert on cordless microphones I'll be glad to answer your questions. Send me an e.mail if you wish at email@example.com
Posted on Sep 15, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
That is a great mic. It has a lot to do with the room your in and acoustics of it. If you are too close to your PA or monitor, it will also feedback. Lowering treble and reverb will also help.
Posted on Nov 04, 2007
You should consider a microphone with more power to get the volume you need. I can personally recommend the CAD C195 Cardoid Condensor microphone. It has great output. The only downsidefor most people is that they don't have phantom power. This is what gives the mic its boost. In order to get the most out of any micrphone, you need to have a preamp, an equilizer, and an output. The output is your PA system that drumbanger mentioned.
But since you are using a Peavey, here is my strong recommendation. Get a mini preamp, and hook it up to your Peavey. You can use a Behringer 2mic mixing board for your preamp. It's small, and it can sit right on top of the Peavey.
The reason why I suggest the two-mic XENYX 802 and not the 1 channel 502, is that the 1 channel doesn't have phantom power.
In order to connect the XENYX to your Peavey, this is all you need. You can get one at radio shack for pretty cheap.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
Unfortunately the sm58 capsule is very hard to get apart without damaging the contact surface.
You would have to take the contact side apart 1rst
bend all the little tabs away which hold the brass plated disk in place
then its a matter of edging the disk out....CAREFULL any scratch is bad!
Once you have the disk out you will need a 1/4" socket to remove the shaft bolt,
unsolder the green and yellow wires taking note where they were soldered.
Then the element can be pulled out.
What to after that, I'll let that up to you.
Be wary, you will void warranty.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
Two screws on the back of the battery casing, then prise out the battery tray (it's a detachable moulded tray in the mic body) using a small screwdriver in the slot near the power button. Under the threads of the battery cover is screw which holds in the PCB, unscrew this. Take the full mic head off (not just the ball, but an inch further down with the capsule in it), and remove the circlip inside. The PCB then slides out towards the head end of the mic.
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
Check your wire connections inside the mic where the xlr cable connects to the mic. Hopefully your mic has never been dropped as this will damage it. The sm58 is pretty much indestructible, so check your cabling that you use, try a different channel.
Posted on Apr 15, 2010
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