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Shure 555 : l'avis de moosers

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Caractéristiques 8/10

Le 555 de Shure est un microphone dynamique qui est une marque du microphone classique qui a été utilisé dans les années 50 par Elvis et toutes sortes d'artistes célèbres. C'est un micro qui peut être utilisé aussi bien en studio et sur scène, je l'ai utilisé à des fins tant. Comme vous pouvez le voir sur la photo, le look de ce micro a été copié et copié à travers l'histoire, et a vraiment son look propre à elle.

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The Shure 555 is a dynamic microphone that is one make of the classic microphone that was used in the 50's by Elvis and all sorts of famous performers. It is a mic that can be used both in the studio and on the stage, I have used it for both purposes. As you can see in the picture, the look of this microphone has been copied and copied throughout history, and really has its own unique look to it.

Avis Global 8/10

J'ai été en utilisant les Shure 555 pendant environ quatre ans et j'ai trouvé que c'était un microphone d'intéressant à dire le moins. Après avoir obtenu par le regard impressionnant que ce micro a, le son n'est vraiment pas trop mal non plus. Alors je ne dirais pas que le 555 de Shure est aussi plein sonne comme vous le feriez chercher soit dans un micro d'enregistrement ou de vivre un, il a une sorte de son vintage à ce que le rend idéal pour vieux rock and roll et du R & B. J'ai seulement utilisé ce microphone pour enregistrer des voix, et il a vraiment ne serait pas mon premier choix pour l'enregistrement de quelque chose, mais il a un son unique qui va travailler dans un certain nombre de situations différentes. Cependant, je dois admettre que le look de ce micro fait paraître un peu mieux que ça sonne, et n'est pas vraiment un micro d'enregistrement d'élite. Pour cette raison, il est probablement plus adapté pour des spectacles, où il sonne bien et tout le monde peut le voir à sa gloire. Le prix de la 555 de Shure est pas si cher que si vous pouvez trouver celle qui est utilisée, mais ce modèle particulier de ce microphone est assez difficile à trouver. Globalement, le 555 de Shure est un microphone sonne bien avec un grand regard et est certainement la peine d'essayer si vous êtes un fan de ce look classique.

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I've been using the Shure 555 for about four years and I've found it to be an interesting microphone to say the least. After you get by the awesome look that this microphone has, the sound is really not too shabby either. While I wouldn't say that the Shure 555 is as full sounding as you would look for in either a recording microphone or live one, it has a kind of vintage sound to it that makes it great for old rock and roll and R&B. I have only used this microphone to record vocals, and it definitely wouldn't be my first choice for recording anything, but it does have a unique sound that will work in a number of different situations. However, I do admit that the look of this microphone makes it seem a bit better than it sounds, and isn't really an elite recording microphone. For this reason it is probably best suited for live shows, where it sounds good and everybody can see it for its glory. The price of the Shure 555 isn't that expensive if you can find one used, but this particular model of this microphone is pretty hard to find. Overall, the Shure 555 is a nice sounding microphone with a great look and is definitely worth a try if you are a fan of this classic look.

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Characteristics 8/10

The Shure 555 is a dynamic microphone that is one make of the classic microphone that was used in the 50's by Elvis and all sorts of famous performers. It is a mic that can be used both in the studio and on the stage, I have used it for both purposes. As you can see in the picture, the look of this microphone has been copied and copied throughout history, and really has its own unique look to it.

Overall Opinion 8/10

I've been using the Shure 555 for about four years and I've found it to be an interesting microphone to say the least. After you get by the awesome look that this microphone has, the sound is really not too shabby either. While I wouldn't say that the Shure 555 is as full sounding as you would look for in either a recording microphone or live one, it has a kind of vintage sound to it that makes it great for old rock and roll and R&B. I have only used this microphone to record vocals, and it definitely wouldn't be my first choice for recording anything, but it does have a unique sound that will work in a number of different situations. However, I do admit that the look of this microphone makes it seem a bit better than it sounds, and isn't really an elite recording microphone. For this reason it is probably best suited for live shows, where it sounds good and everybody can see it for its glory. The price of the Shure 555 isn't that expensive if you can find one used, but this particular model of this microphone is pretty hard to find. Overall, the Shure 555 is a nice sounding microphone with a great look and is definitely worth a try if you are a fan of this classic look.


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