Pyle-Pro Professional Vocal Handheld Mic up to 61% off at $14.67 Now

Pyle-Pro Professional Vocal Handheld Microphone

Amazon is offering Pyle-Pro Professional Vocal Handheld Mic at $14.67 with  61% off now. You can save up to $23.32 with this deal on this item. This unidirectional dynamic handheld microphone is perfect for recording serious musicians in the studio or on stage. It is ideal for recording thanks to high-quality moving coil unidirectional dynamic elements. You know your equipment is safe thanks to the durable zinc alloy metal construction and steel mesh spherical grill. It is A perfect all-purpose, versatile stage and recording microphone.

More about this item

  • UNIDIRECTIONAL SIGNAL: Cardioid pickup pattern captures source signal such as guitar amp or vocalist while shunning off-axis sound minimizing background noise & feedback reproducing audio w/out interference from instruments or speakers on stage
  • DYNAMIC MICROPHONE: For optimal clarity and punch, robust & resistant to moisture, achieving high gain before feedback
  • ULTRA-WIDE FREQUENCY RESPONSE: For brilliant and transparent sound with integrated pop filter and windscreen to minimize breath and pop noises you can count on it to come through after countless gigs and studio applications
  • HIGH QUALITY CONSTRUCTION: Rugged, all-metal construction for maximum reliability featuring a zinc die-cast case and steel mesh windscreen with an anti-dent ring. 

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Clint Gillingham

Clint Gillingham

A trained as a violin and keyboard-instrument maker. An innovative musician and recording artist. Clint is married to the concert violinist Stephanie and resides in New York City, where his other interests include astronomy, playing the harpsichord, bicycling and cooking. The idea of making instruments other than harpsichord was very interesting. Growing is an important word in the world of instrument making. My inspiration was the physicist who encouraged me to develop my own work and given my background working with two very different makers. And i love to present my work to others and share my experiences.

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