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Shure PGA27 Condenser Mic

Product Code: 443460

The Shure PGA27 Microphone is a large diaphragm side-address condenser mic with a cardioid pickup pattern.

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The  PGA27 Microphone is a large diaphragm side-address condenser mic with a cardioid pickup pattern. Ideal for recording vocals and acoustic instruments, the PGA27 microphone accurately captures the rich tones of the instrument, with a frequency response of 20 – 20,000 Hz. Perfect for home and commercial studio use, the PGA27 is a versatile, professional mic with a stylish metallic black casing.


  • Large diaphragm cartridge provides wider dynamic range for clear highs and strong lows
  • Cardioid polar pattern picks up audio from the source while rejecting unwanted noise
  • Industrial design w/black metallic finish and grill for unobtrusive visual presence
  • High-pass filter for additional control of unwanted low-end signal
    • 15dB switchable attenuator for additional SPL versatility
  • Shock mount included for additional set-up stability & minimal transient noise
  • Padded zipper case included for additional protection during storage or transport
Microphone Response: 20 - 20,000 Hz
Microphone Impedance: 115 Ohms
Microphone Maximum SPL: 130 dB
Microphone Sensitivity: -35 dB
Microphone Connector: Three-pin professional audio (XLR), male
Microphone Powering: 48V Phantom Power
Physical Weight: 453 g
Magazine Reviews
Audio Technology, Sep 2015 "Shure’s budget mics are all chips off the ol’ SM and Beta blocks. But how close to the originals do they come?" http://www.audiotechnology.com.au/wp/index.php/shure-pg-alta-microphones/
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