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Shure Beta 56A Snare / Tom Microphone

Shure Beta 56A Snare / Tom Microphone

  • Built-in stand adapter with dynamic locking system and XLR connector simplifies setup and provides greater flexibility

  • Uniform supercardioid pattern for high gain-before-feedback and superior rejection of off-axis sound

  • Compact design reduces stage clutters

  • Hardened steel mesh grille resists wear and abuse

  • Neodymium magnet for high signal-to-noise ratio output

  • Advanced pneumatic shock mount system that minimizes transmission of mechanical noise and vibration

  • Frequency response: 50 to 16,000 Hz

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RRP: £135.00

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Product Description


It’s a premium microphone that is ideally suited for the professional musician looking to mic up their snare and toms, either on stage or in the studio. It can also be used with other instruments such as guitar and bass amps, brass and a saxophone amongst others.

The Beta 56A has a uniform supercardioid pattern for high gain before feedback and a superior rejection of off-axis sound. It includes a Neodymium magnet which gives the BETA56A a high signal-to-noise ration output. The built-in stand adaptor had a dynamic locking system and XLR connector which simplifies setup and provides greater flexibilty.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Item Condition New
Manufacturer Shure
Microphone Genre Wired
Application Drums
Microphone Type Dynamic
Pick up / Polar pattern Super-Cardioid
Output connector type XLR
Frequency response 50Hz - 16kHz
Sensitivity (1KHz) -51 dBV/Pa / 2,8 mV/Pa
Weight (g) 468
Market Sector Place of Worship, Theatre, Live Sound, Recording Studio

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Customer Reviews (1)

throw a Beta 56 on it.Review by William
The new Beta 56a from Shure is one of the most versatile microphones that shure has released. The 56a is just as versatile as the SM57 and is more compact, robust and provides a better quality sound. this microphone is definitely the new and better SM57. (Posted on 29/06/2016)

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