Dynamic Vocal Microphone
    Product # 600020
    Dynamic Vocal Microphone
    Product # 600020
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    Dynamic Vocal Microphone

    Your voice will ring out in joyous song when you get this Dynamic Vocal Microphone from Monoprice!

    This dynamic mic is designed specifically for live stage vocal applications. It features a unidirectional cardioid pickup pattern and includes a foam pop-filter inside the capsule. It has a 50Hz to 15KHz frequency response, a nominal -52dB sensitivity, and a 130dB SPL. It employs a Zinc Alloy shell, gold plated XLR pins for smooth corrosion-free connections, a smooth & stable on/off switch, and an anti-roll guard band. The mic measures 7.5" x 2".


    • Foam pop-filter included in capsule
    • Anti-roll guard band
    • Gold plated XLR pins
    • 50Hz ~ 15KHz frequency response
    • >130dB sound pressure level (SPL)
    • 600 ohms ±10% output impedance
    • 52dB ±3dB sensitivity (0dB=1V/Pa @1KHz)
    • Zinc alloy metal shell
    • Low noise design
    • Measures 7.5" x 2"
    • Microphone Type: Dynamic
    • Polar Pattern: Cardioid (Unidirectional)
    • Gold-plated XLR connection
    • Foam pop-filter inside the capsule
    • Frequency response: 50Hz-15kHz
    • Sensitivity: -52dB±3dB(0dB=1V/Pa at 1KHz)
    • Output Impedance: 600Ω±10%
    • SPL>130 dB
    • Low-noise
    • Zinc alloy metal shell
    • Height x Width: 7.5in x 2in (190mm x 50mm)


    68 Reviews

    84.56% of the reviewers recommend this product


    Amazing for the price

    • Chris,
    •  San Clemente, CA 
    • 9/13/2016 10:42:05 AM

    Pros: metal, on/off switch, decent sound quality, price

    Cons: XLR cables are sometimes a really snug fit in this mic when both are new

    After dealing with brands like Nady, making cheap mics of plastic that usually come apart in a short time, I was amazing to see what Monoprice had to offer! A metal mic with an On/Off switch that works out of the box and continues to work without issues. Some of our older ones we've had for years and not a problem, while some of my Shure SM58 have broken. Impressive for $15!

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    Sounds Great but switch way too loose

    • andrew ackerman,
    •  Alameda, CA 
    • 9/8/2016 10:34:53 AM

    This mic sounds great. I'm using it as a backup and on location podcasting mic. I ran some tests vs. an ATR-2100 and this mic needs less gain, which means less noise. And it sounds just as great for spoken work. It seems really well built EXCEPT for the on-off switch which feels so lose I'm afraid it will slide down on its own. I'm going to have to tape it in on mode. But for the price you really can't do better.

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    Great Value

    • Robert Taylor,
    •  ,  
    • 8/9/2016 9:35:00 AM

    Pros: Really good value. I highly recommend it.

    Cons: Slightly lower sound sensitivity than the other brands I own...

    The microphone has great fidelity with no hums or hiss. The only negative is that the sound amplitude is low compared to a Fender microphone that I own. I have to crank the gain up higher, but once set, the sound quality is the same. . From a sturdiness standpoint, the Monoprice microphone is made of excellent materials.

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    Would be better to leave out the switch

    • Bryan ,
    •  State College, PA 
    • 8/6/2016 11:20:10 AM

    Cons: The switch shorts all three pins together. This is one of those "what were they thinking!" situations. They put extra effort in to do it wrong! The switch should only short 2 and 3 together. Shorting anything to pin 1 is a great way to blow your speakers, or ears, if you happen to have phantom power on to the mic.

    I bought this for the sound guy to talk to the band. More than adequate for that.

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    Not Cheap, Inexpensive

    • Bobcat,
    •  Wichita, KS 
    • 4/4/2016 2:26:43 PM

    Pros: Real microphone.
    good weight
    good sound

    Cons: none

    These microphones are as good as the sm-57 or 58 and sound similar.

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