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hattori,Bro, I friend recently sold me a Shure SM58, slight used daw w box & manual, at very low P1.5t. The next day I went to raon to buy the mic cable, I was surprised to see 2 versions of the SM58. Exactly the same asthetically but very different prices! Sabi nung salesman the cheaper one at P600. only, is made in China (though naka mark sa box "assembled in Mexico")? While the much more expensive at P 6T, is the real mc coy!!What gives here??? I am sure the cheap one is rather fake (or is it?) Malayo ba and sound quality between the two? I tried the one my friend sold me at okay naman sya compared to a Samson Q7 (original ito) but I noticed na sobrang sensitive sa feedback nung cheap Shure. Is the original SM58 (more expensive) not that sensitive to feedbacks? Have you experienced both?I would be pleased to hear from you guys what your comments are on the 2 versions of SM58.Thanks.
Nothing is written about the power consumption except that the fuse is rated at 4 amps. Haven't seen any in Raon. I saw this in a quaint little shop in Sucat. Price is P5,500 in combination with a karaoke pre-amp. Out of curiosity, I bought one. Very clean sounding and with much more musicality than the Pioneer Pro-logic amp that I own (VSX series). The massive heatsinks on the side appears to be working since the amp hardly gets warm in normal room listening levels. I also saw a lot of thermal epoxy connecting several pieces of metals from the motherboard of the amp to the heatsink. I say, very impressive performance for the price. It almost sounded like the old Sansui amp I once owned except that the Sansui has a softer bass and a little more presence. For the price, I say you can not go wrong.
Teka, isn't this thread out of place in the speaker section?
Yes, in front of Liana's. You have to buy both pre-amp and amp (packaged). The pre-amp is not that good. I connected the music source to my Behringer audio-mixer and the music became sweeter and smoother.