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Shure PG Alta PGA98H Horn Mic w/ XLR Cable - PGAlta PGA 98 H

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Shure PG Alta PGA98H Horn Mic w/ XLR Cable - PGAlta PGA 98 H

The PGA98H is a professional quality wind instrument microphone with an updated industrial design that features a black metallic finish and grille offering an unobtrusive visual presence. Legendary Shure quality construction ensures exceptional performance in rigorous environments.

Additional features include a tailored microphone cartridge design for clear reproduction of wind instrument sound sources.

  • Flexible gooseneck microphone with integrated preamplifier for wind instrument performance and recording
  • Condenser cartridge (requires phantom power) with cardioid polar pattern
  • Integrated horn clamp for quick and easy mounting
  • Includes PGA98H (XLR wired), zipper pouch and user guide

Applications Include

  • Instrument
  • Wireless - Instrument
  • Woodwinds
  • Horn

Warranty Period

1 Year

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