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Beta Microphones

Solid reliability and superior sound have made our microphones the definition of tried-and-true. That’s why Shure microphones have been so legendary for so long.

Beta 181 Instrument Microphone   Beta 91A Half-Cardioid Condenser Microphone   Beta 98A Miniature Cardioid Condenser Microphone

Precision-engineered small-diaphragm condenser microphone with interchangeable polar pattern capsule options.


Precision-engineered. Integrated preamp. Two-position contour switch for kick drum & other low-frequency applications.


Precision-engineered for professional drum and instrument in live and studio applications. Two configurations available.

Beta 98AMP Miniature Cardioid Drum Microphone   Beta 27 Instrument Microphone   Beta 57A Instrument Microphone

Precision-engineered with integrated gooseneck, XLR preamplifier, and A75M Universal Microphone Mount.



Precision-engineered, large-diaphragm side-address microphone for professional live and studio applications.


The Beta 57A is an excellent microphone designed for use with amplified or acoustic instruments. The compact grille design gets the microphone cartridge close to the sound source. Supercardioid, Dynamic.

Beta 58A Vocal Microphone   Beta 87A Vocal Microphone   Beta 87C Vocal Microphone

The Beta 58A microphone accentuates the warmth and clarity of lead and backup vocals. Its supercardioid design provides maximum isolation from other onstage sounds. Supercardioid, Dynamic


Leading the field for studio-quality sound in live performance, the Beta 87A has a smooth, tailored response for warm, accurate sound. Its supercardioid design provides maximum isolation from nearby vocalists or instruments. Supercardioid, Condenser.


The Beta 87C offers an extremely smooth, tailored response for a warm, natural sound. The cardioid polar pattern compensates for the isolation often associated with the use of personal monitors. Cardioid, Condenser.

Beta 56A Instrument Microphone   Beta 52A
Instrument Microphone
  Beta 53 Headworn Microphone

A compact drum microphone engineered for close miking of snare and toms. The supercardioid design provides maximum isolation from other onstage sounds.  Supercardioid, Dynamic.


Optimized for low-frequency bass punch and high-power SPL handling, the Beta 52A's supercardioid design provides maximum isolation from other onstage sounds. Designed specifically for kick drum and other bass instruments. Supercardioid, Dynamic. .


Fully adjustable headworn vocal microphone with Beta quality, sensitivity and consistency in a nearly invisible, ultra-thin design. Built for demanding performance applications. Omnidirectional, Condenser 

Beta 54 Headworn Microphone   Beta 98H/C    

The Beta headworn vocal microphone features a smooth, tailored response for a warm, natural sound. Its supercardioid design provides maximum gain-before-feedback and ambient rejection.  Supercardioid, Condenser


The Beta 98H/C instrument microphone is a versatile solution for brass or percussion instruments. It offers a flexible integrated gooseneck with clip-on clamp for a secure fit and precise positioning. No external mounting hardware is required.


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