MCM Electronics

Dynamic Microphone - Three Pack with Case By Pulse (PM1800T) MCM Part #35-5910

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MSRP: $69.95
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3 Pack of Dynamic Vocal Microphones

A pack of three Dynamic vocal microphones, with rugged metal construction and satin black finish. Supplied in a foam lined ABS case with three microphone stand clips.

Specifications Top

  • 3x Dynamic vocal microphones
  • Rugged metal construction
  • On/off switch
  • Black mesh grill
  • Satin black finish
  • 3x Microphone stand clips (5/8" thread)
  • Foam lined ABS carry case
Polar Pattern Hyper-cardioid
Frequency Range 50Hz - 15KHz
Impedance 600 Ohms
Sensitivity -53dB ±3dB
Connector XLR
Dimensions 176x54mm / 6.9" x 2.1"
Weight 225g / 0.50 lbs (each)

Part Numbers
MCM Part #:35-5910
Pulse Part #:PM1800T
Package Specifications & Dimensions
Weight:2.025 lbs.
RoHS Comp:Yes
Warranty:90 days
Need to Return?
Length:12.205 in.
Width:2.559 in.
Height:8.858 in.
Shipping Information
Extra Shipping Charge:No
Drop Ship:No

Product Reviews Top

  • by cablestableokc

    on 3/29/2014

    Great budget choice

    Overall: 4.5 out of 5

    I did some careful simultaneous recordings and freq-response analysis using a PM1800T right up next to an industry standard dynamic vocal mic with a model number starting with "S" and ending in "8." Versus said point of comparison, the 1800T is about 3-4dB quieter in the sub-200Hz range (so not quite as warm-- or boomy-- with less obvious proximity effect) and somewhat smoother / ~2dB more present on average in the 1-5kHz range (where the "industry standard" seems purposely scooped in this register). In other words, the 1800T performs / sounds more like another ubiquitous dynamic mic with a model number ending in "7", which I personally consider a good thing (I'd personally be a lot more willing to use the 1800T as a snare mic). The differences between the 1800T and the "consumer control device," while certainly audible in A/Bing, were pretty slight / unimportant by any practical-usage standard. The main difference - the 1800T is not quite as good as the "standard" at rejecting handling noise when going off-stand / handheld; might be something addressable with a clever modification. Build quality is also not amazing (the provided clips are particularly lousy if still usable), but I've taken a look at the mics' internals and still felt things were better than I expected for the cost. These mics are an excellent deal and I'll probably be picking up another 3-pack soon.

  • by RR1982

    on 10/30/2013

    Excellent Value!

    Overall: 5 out of 5

    Bought these microphones to use for background vocals for our band. Didn't really expect much because of the price, but WOW! These mics are certainly comparable to models that cost way more! They are solid and sound fantastic! Also came with a foam lined hard case and three stand adapters. Don't let the price fool you! If you need microphones on a budget, this deal cannot be beat!