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I bought this mic based on reviews. I'm recording patient testimonials and informational video for our dental practice. I used to be a sound engineer years ago and I used alot of SM57's and 58's...workhorses. I am using it for video interviews and recording to an H4N. I prefer the reliability of a wired mic for sit down interviews so this was perfect. This mic picks up EVERYTHING!! Even sounds from 20 feet away like it was right in front of you. I should have figured since it is an omni-directional. If you are in a very quite studio this will work fine, but if you are doing an interview in a noisy place (or even with the air conditioning on) it will pick up other sounds that you may not want. Other than that, the audio is good (an 8 on a scale of 1-10). It is not real crisp when hidden under clothing (secured with gaffers tape) but does better if clipped outside of clothing. One great feature is it comes with the conversion to XLR so you can use it with standard audio gear (phantom powered) right out of the box with no other adapters, and the adaptor clips tightly to your belt.
Wow, the wind screen is a JOKE! It is HUGE, literally about the size of a penny. The cable is ridiculously short, and of poor quality (the kind that feels plastic-y and wants to tangle all the time). There was no extra background noise with adjusted settings; however, I just didn't like how my voice sounded. I have a deeper voice and it just didn't replicate it how I wanted.
Plus, it is funky...the receiver is on the front, rather than pointed up? It may seem minor to some, but on professional broadcasts you never see them with this kind of lavalier. If you want to look more professional, look elsewhere...this mic makes you look amateur because of this.
The power unit is fat and clunky, the storage bag is cheap and unusable. I feel Shure is just going off of their name with this and hoping people buy it.
I ended up going with a Audio-Technica AT899 and am thrilled with that choice. I returned the Shure back to Amazon.