Vocal microphone combines the vintage design of the 55 with an audio upgrade and an integrated swivel stand mount. It features a super cardioid pattern, tailored frequency response for speech, off-axis rejection, and a shock-mounted cartridge.

Main Features

  • Supercardioid Polar Pattern
  • Iconic chrome-plated design with vibrant blue color additions
  • Tailored frequency response for natural vocals and speech
  • High gain-before-feedback and excellent off-axis rejection
  • Shock-mounted cartridge minimizes handling noise and ensures quiet operation
  • Rugged die cast casing for reliability under rigorous conditions
  • Self-tensioning swivel mount, permits tilting through 45 degrees forward and 80 degrees backward

Description

What is the Super 55 best suited to?

The Super 55 is suited specifically to vocal applications. Therefore, typically live performance, public address as well as for broadcasting, recording, and sound applications where a stand-mounted microphone with a classic look is desirable.

How is this microphone different from the 55SH series II?

There are 2 main differences:

  1. The Super 55 features a superior cartridge and is super-cardioid
  2. The vibrant blue colour mesh

Furnished Accessories

Amount Part Title
1 5/8" to 3/8" Thread Adapter Part 95A2050

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Specs

Technical specifications

Weight:
656 g
Height x Width x Depth:
188.0 × 55.6 × 88.9 mm
Frequency Response:
60 Hz – 17 kHz
Frequency Response:
Tailored
Sensitivity:
-53.00 dBV/Pa – 2.20 mV/Pa
Transducer Type:
Dynamic
Polar Pattern:
Supercardioid
Switchable low cut:
No
Connectors:
3 Pin XLR
Attenuator:
No
Interchangeable Capsule:
No
Main Functionality:
Performance
Headphone Output:
No
Cartridge:
Fixed
Frequency Response Curve Image:
Shure Super 55 Deluxe Vocal Microphone Frequency Response Curve Image

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faq

Does it have a switch?

No, the 55SH comes with a switch.

How does it differ to the 55SH?

The Super55 uses a different capsule and doesn´t offer an on / off switch.

Is this mic more sensitive to feedback than the SM58?

It very much depends on the positioning of loudspeakers. SM58 uses a cardioid polar pattern and the Super55 uses a supercardioid polar pattern.

What kind of capsule is part of this mic?

The Super55 uses a modified version of the Beta58A cartridge.
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