In this article, we delve into a detailed analysis of 45,625 user reviews from various languages worldwide to examine the Shure SM58-X2U. This analysis is performed by the RR artificial intelligence and updated daily with newly submitted reviews. The RR AI utilizes a complex algorithm to first scrutinize user reviews for credibility, filtering out unreliable ones. It then proceeds to dissect and evaluate the valuable insights within these reviews, providing users with ratings regarding the features of this product. Based on these assessments, users can make informed decisions about whether this product is suitable for them or not.
These results are a summary of user reviews of the Shure SM58-X2U. For example, 92% of 4,575 users who have commented on the Sound quality of the Shure SM58-X2U have given positive feedback.
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Reviewed by Thatcher on B&H Photo Video
I got this audio interface to pair with the Rode Podcaster mic so I could use it for zoom meetings. Listening back to the audio interface, even with the mic gain lowered all the way and the microphone unplugged, there's just a completely audible noise level that's very obvious, no matter which computer or USB port I use. I thought I just had a bad copy, so I RMA'd it and got a replacement, but I still have the issue in the new copy. In contrast, using a Zoom F6 in the same USB ports gives me an inky, inaudible noise floor. If you're using a really hot microphone, this could work because you could set the mic gain low and lower the gain on your computer to suppress the noise, but honestly I just don't think this has good preamps, despite what a lot of the reviews said. ... More
Reviewed by Pete on B&H Photo Video
I'll use this with an Audio-Technica wireless system to do a live streaming event at a high school reunion. Needed something that would provide a higher-quality audio source than the microphone in my DSLR, through my laptop and the Magewell USB Capture HDMI card into OBS Studio. You can also place a mixer ahead of this adapter, as it can accommodate a line level source with its volume control, so you can connect just about any audio source to it. Haven't detected any ADC noise so far. Very useful tool for the price.
Reviewed by Harold on B&H Photo Video
I bought this to simplify my mic setup for meetings. I was using my Zoom H6 as a XLR-to-USB interface but got tired of having to set it up every time I wanted to use it. This powers on with the USB bus and is ready to go right away. I cannot use the headphone jack, unfortunately, because this is plugged into the back of a microphone base and the headphone jack faces down to my desk. Other than that, this is working perfectly and the sound seems better than through the H6.
Reviewed by Jim on B&H Photo Video
Wanted to start content creation on my mac with an XLR microphone. The x2u was immediately recognized as a mic, no config needed. It came packaged (too) securely. It's built solid, which may be a concern if you're using a cheaper mic arm that cant take the extra weight. Headphone jack on the side is actually way more convenient than the back of my computer! Only wish the gain dial had levels marked on it so I could keep it consistent between adjustments.
Reviewed by Charles on B&H Photo Video
What I like most about this simple to set up and use adapter is that the quality and audio characterizes of whatever mic you plug into are maintained as the sound passes into your recording or sending system. I produce and host radio programs, and my clients or guests who use the X2u sound great. Highly recommended.
Reviewed by Chris on B&H Photo Video
Few had this adapter, but these guys got it to us quickly -- in time for a birthday. Great service!