Shure Ball Type Windscreen
Fits SM48, SM58, and BETA58 microphones
Our take on the Shure Ball Type Windscreen by Crutchfield's Bob Bihlmayer
Shure designed this foam windscreen to reduce breath and wind noise that can muddy the sound you're trying to capture. The windscreen fits all Shure ball-end microphones, including the SM48, SM58, and BETA58 models. Warranty: 2 years.
What's in the Box:
- MIc windscreen
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Mic Windscreen: The Shure A58WS-BLK is an external windscreen made of open-cell foam. The external windscreen's shape is aerodynamic (no sharp corners) to eliminate turbulence noise as wind moves over the windscreen.
Compatibility: The Shure A58WS-BLK external windscreen fits the following "ball-type" Shure microphones.
- Beta 58A
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Why did you buy this?
We Will Use this to Block Wind Noise for our Microphone at our Lodge... This a Quality Product from a Great Company, I have Been a Crutchfield Customer for about 20 years now... Best Service I ever Had... [ Tim Jan 05, 2017 ]
Because I need a windscreen for a Shure SM 58 [ Christopher Oct 10, 2016 ]
just in case [ martin eduardo Jan 14, 2016 ]
1 question already asked
The opening fits a Shure 58 size microphone just as the literature states. So, if you are looking for something to fit a Shure 57 type microphone or some type smaller condenser microphone it will not fit snug around the smaller mike. Check the specification for a Shure 58 head size. The windscreen fits pretty snug on the 58 but that is what you want so you don't get any movement. [ JOHN Jul 18, 2017 ]
This is a large wind screen... fits a Sure PG58 or SM58 Hand Held Microphone... If your looking for the smaller units... go to Sure Micophone website. You can find them there. [ Tim Jul 18, 2017 ]