SM58 is a dynamic microphone instead of the electret
one Neumann TLM
103. This means that Shure
does not need a phantom power supply voltage, instead of Neumann TLM
103; this one needs 48Volts. Here are the specifications for each one of the microphones: Shure SM 58
- Neumann TLM 103
. In case you use a pre
-amplifier or an audio console try to locate a switch
marked as "Phantom Power" and turn it on. Typically there is no problem supplying
a phantom power at the SM58. In case you have no phantom power switch available, either post back the mixer brand / model to check it for you, or post me a question to suggest you one. Details about the usage and the mixer you are already using will help me to clarify the total audio situation.
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