iSK DM-58 Dynamic Vocal Microphone Mic, Live Recording
Stage Dynamic Vocal Mic
The iSK DM-58 uni-directional (cardioid) dynamic vocal microphone is designed for vocal use in live performance, sound reinforcement, and studio recording. Ideal for singing, vocal performance and general public speaking.
Designed for Voice and Speech
With a brightened midrange and bass roll-off the DM-58 is tailored to perform best with the characteristics of voice and speech. A built-in spherical filter minimises noise from wind and breath "pop".
Cardioid Pick Up Pattern Minimises Feedback
The uni-directional cardioid pickup pattern isolates the main sound source while minimising unwanted background noise. This design helps minimise the possibility of feedback.
- 1x microphone
- 1x mic clip
- 1x 5m XLR to XLR microphone cable
- Suited to Vocals and Speech
- Brightened midrange and bass roll-off make vocals clear
- A built-in spherical filter minimises noise from wind and breath "pop"
- Cardioid pickup pattern isolates the main sound source while minimising unwanted background noise
- Element: Dynamic
- Frequency Response: 50Hz-16kHz
- Polar Pattern: Uni-directional (Cardioid)
- Sensitivity: -55dB±3dB (0dB=1V/Pa at 1kHz)
- Output Impedance: 400Ω±30% (at 1kHz)
iSKDM5830 March 2017Ok I suppose the most comparable product is the SM58 from Shure , after all they do look alike and after several weeks of use the 2x iSK I purchased have been working just as well as the SM58's that I have. So far, so good and therefore value for money. We are just a small band with no hi fidelity requirements.
By: julie ball on 22 January 2016fab microphone used it already at gigs comes with all the extras and no on off switch which we found to cause a lot of problems
By: Peter Harris - Musician and Educational Consu onWith the general appearance of the SM58, the iSK DM-58 is a nice mike to handle with acceptably low body noise. With its typical midrange boost I have been using the mic for live vocals and it is proving to be rugged, with a rich vocal sound. The uni-directional format keeps feedback in check. You can work right up on the mesh with no distortion and I imagine it would be a good mic for a guitar amp as well, able to handle high volumes. The only comparison I have done is with my favourite JTSNX-8s. The DM-58 needed slightly more trim gain, but then compared very well. It has plenty of presence, a warm bass end with clear mids and tops. At a third of the price of the JTS and less than a sixth of the price of the SM58, the iSK DM-58 represents exceptional value.