Shure Model 5575LE 75th Anniversay with SE Electronics Reflection Filter Pro
A bundle within a bundle The Shure 5575 LE & SE Electronics Reflection Filter Pro
Collectible precision performance microphone
Celebrating 75 years as one of the best vocal and speech microphones in the business, the Shure 5575-LE Limited Edition 75th Anniversary Dynamic Mic is an absolute must for collectors and enthusiasts that want a touch of vintage mixed with modern technology.
This excellent dynamic cardioid microphone will not only give you premium recording or broadcast quality, it also adds a vintage aesthetic to your home or studio and is definitely a microphone to treasure for generations to come.
Past and present
Underneath the cool vintage exterior of the 5575-LE lies the Unidyne III cardioid cartridge technology for ultimate performance. Capturing a frequency range of 50 Hz through to 20 kHz, every vocal characteristic will be captured in crystal clear clarity.
The Shure 5575-LE also has a built in pop-shield underneath the classic large grille outer shell so it is ready to use straight out of the box.
Shure have fitted the 5575-LE Limited Edition 75th Anniversary Dynamic Mic with a classic zinc die-cast desk stand with a silver finish. A right-angled XLR lead is also provided for easy connection.
The full package
Not only are you getting the excellent 5575-LE microphone, but you will also receive an aluminium flight case sporting the 75th anniversary, Shure Unidyne logo, colour and black and white photo prints and a certificate of authenticity complete with matching serialization and a tribute from Rose L. Shure, Chairman, Shure Incorporated.
For those with real passion about mic performance, the Shure 5575-LE Limited Edition 75th Anniversary Dynamic Microphone is a premium quality collectors piece that will not fail to impress for future generations.
The original, patented, portable acoustic treatment device: the Reflexion Filter® PRO.
Beautiful concert halls, gigantic high-ceilinged spaces, lofty stairwells with glorious natural reverb...capturing the sound of an acoustically-pleasing room can make a great recording truly special. But getting a good sound in a bad space is very, very difficult.
What if you're an artist recording at home? What if you don't have the budget for a properly treated studio? What if you move to a new house or apartment?
What if you don't want to hear your room?
Different materials are better at absorbing and diffusing particular portions of the frequency spectrum.
Foam, for example, is great for highs, but does absolutely nothing for lows. On its own, foam will just make your tracks sound dull, causing you to EQ the highs back in, which adds noise to your recordings. The trick is to balance the absorption evenly across ALL frequencies - and this requires multiple layers of material.