Shure A27M Reviews4.3/5.0 based on 2 customer reviews
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from Weatherford, Texas
December 17, 2011Music Background:
Recording Engineer and Studio Owner
Rugged and VersatileWhatever stereo mic technique you use, this is the stand adaptor you want to use. The black parts rotate and you can take them off and flip them on the body to move the mics closer together (or farther apart) It's got a heft to it and should last forever.
from Powell, WY
April 20, 2012Music Background:
Audio educator, musician
Shure A27MThe Shure A27M is a very rugged and simple to use adapter for Coincident and Near-coincident stereo array setups. The offset makes for a very accurate XY setting without the vertical span that some stereo bars force you into. It could only use some calibrated position markers for more precise angle settings. Students prefer this over the standard stereo bar that may not be as accommodating to shorter capsules like the Rode NT5.