Shure KSM11 Wireless Vocal Microphone Capsule — Product of the Week

Shure has unveiled the KSM11, a new high-end condenser microphone capsule for use with its high-end wireless systems.

Posted: 04/29/2022

Shure KSM11 wireless vocal microphone capsule.

Chicago, IL (April 29, 2022)—Shure unveiled the KSM11, a new high-end condenser microphone capsule designed to produce natural, transparent and crystal-clear sound reproduction without the need for additional processing when used in applications such as performance/ live recording, broadcasting, simulcasting and live streaming.

Designed to combine the full bass and clear midrange typically found in dynamic microphones with the high-end detail characteristics of condenser microphones, the KSM11 provides a high level of off-axis rejection and shock isolation for reduce handling noise. A dent-resistant hardened steel grille includes a three-stage pop filter to reduce plosives. The KSM11 is meant to maintain clarity even when performers hold the mic in their hands.

Launch of the Shure KSM11 wireless microphone capsule

The capsule uses a proprietary ¾-inch electret condenser capsule with a uniform cardioid polar pattern that reduces off-axis phase distortion. Specifications include a frequency response of 50 to 20,000 Hz, a maximum SPL of 151 dB, a signal-to-noise ratio of 71.5 dB, a dynamic range of 128.5 dB, a self-noise of 22.5 dB ( A-weighted) and a clipping level of 10 dBV. Specifications are based on a 5 VDC power supply from any compatible Shure handheld wireless transmitter.

The capsule can be used with Shure Axient Digital, ULX-D, QLX-D and SLX-D digital wireless systems. It comes in black or nickel finishes and weighs 5.23 ounces, giving a smaller and lighter footprint compared to other wireless pods.

The MSRP for the KSM11 is $899. More information here.


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