Crown CM-311AESHItem ID: CM311AESH
Headworn Microphone with TA4F Connector
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Hands-free Clarity!The CM311 AESH is a popular differoid headworn microphone. Features include cardioid pickup pattern and noise canceling. Extremely high gain before feedback and excellent sound quality round out the features.
This is for use with TA4F connector used in Shure Wireless Systems.
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Mike, Cheney, WA
Reviewsbased on 3 reviews
BEST MIC FOR THE MONEY
by Michael from NY, New YorkWOW. This mic is the best. I highly recommend this microphone. I have had no problems so far but this is the best for the money. i have had this for over 2 years and it is still in perfect condition. ... read more [+]I recommend this to all the people who love to sing/dance and who wants great professional equiptment. It works so great and i have no feedback. it stays in place the whole time and i think every singer should have it. close [-]
August 23, 2006
Music Background: Hobbyist
Wiring can be a problem
by Danny Dee from Rochester, MN USAThe Crown CM311 has an awesome element. The frame is comfortable. The positioning capabilities are superior. The bad news is that the wiring doesn't hold up. I've owned 3 of these headsets...and s... read more [+]till tour with two of them...one is in repair right now. Each of my CM-311's have failed repeatedly from wire breakage where the wire leaves the support of the frame. I suppose it is because the wire can swing back and forth at this point and because it is anchored there, it will eventually break. Your average "on-the-road-fix-it-shop" can't patch the broken wire because it is too fragile. I will continue to use this mic in all my future shows because I love the quality of the sound...I will always keep a spare handy, because I KNOW the wire will eventually fail again. close [-]
October 16, 2006
Music Background: Professional Touring Entertainer DannyDeeCountry.com
pristine audio quality
by Donny from TexasGreat sounding mic - can't be topped. A little trouble with breath noise from my nose, while not singing. A Crown tech recommended cutting a piece of foam from a mic windscreen and rubber banding... read more [+] it to the top (in between mic and nose). Haven't tried yet, but thought it was worth mentioning.
February 1, 2005
The first mic had a problem after almost two years - the back plate became loose from the mic element and caused all sorts of trouble. Crown sent me a brand new replacement (Crown mics carry 3 year warranty), no hassle!
In short, I highly recomment this mic; best mic for the money. close [-]