• Shure WB98H/C Instrument Microphone - Wireless
  • Shure WB98H/C Instrument Microphone - Wireless
  • Shure WB98H/C Instrument Microphone - Wireless
  • Shure WB98H/C Instrument Microphone - Wireless
  • Shure WB98H/C Instrument Microphone - Wireless
  • Shure WB98H/C Instrument Microphone - Wireless
  • Shure WB98H/C Instrument Microphone - Wireless
Shure WB98H/C Instrument Microphone - Wireless
Shure WB98H/C Instrument Microphone - Wireless
Shure WB98H/C Instrument Microphone - Wireless
Shure WB98H/C Instrument Microphone - Wireless
Shure WB98H/C Instrument Microphone - Wireless
Shure WB98H/C Instrument Microphone - Wireless
Shure WB98H/C Instrument Microphone - Wireless

Shure WB98H/C Instrument Microphone - Wireless

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  • BETA 98H/C Clip-on Condenser Instrument
  • Microphone Terminated to 4-Pin Mini-connector
  • (TA4F)
  • Shure continues to set the worldwide industry standard for audio electronics
  • Legendary microphones. Cutting-edge wireless systems

Customer Reviews

Industry standardsI bought this microphone to get back into the live music scene here in town. It seems every other horn player else who uses a wireless, uses the beta, and has had their beta for up to a decade or more. It sounds fantastic, and will probably last me until I make it big (or grow old, with growing old as the more likely result.)5Good microphone for a banjoHello,This microphone is the best match for an instrument mic for a Resophonic guitar or a banjo. While the clasp is a challenge to use open on a resonator banjo, this works great on the Resophonic Guitar. Good pick and plenty of chord for most configurations.5Great Mic for saxI'm a pro sax player. I've tried them ALL when it comes to mics. this one give the biggest and warmest sound. But, I just wish they were more durable. Like all of these type mics, the small wire and connectors are prone to damage and shorting. I'm currently on my second one in 3 years.4Used this with Shure ULX Pro system since 2001 and love itI like the sound better than any other sax mic I've used. Every one of these I buy is completely consistent and high-quality. I've been using these since around 2001, and I have gone through maybe 5 of them since then. It seems to hold up well to hard use.The Shure Beta 98 has a rich, even tone. It doesn't try to color your sound or make it "edgy"; it just keeps your sound balanced and natural. It's slightly warm, but not too warm.It's rugged, like a Shure should be. Usually I can make one last for three years of heavy use, until finally the cable goes bad. If I were better at soldering and fishing cable through a gooseneck, I'd try fixing them. But to me it isn't worth it. Shure will take them back and sell you a new one at a discount. My last one has a weak spot in the gooseneck from me bending it up and down, but it hasn't shorted out yet so I'm keeping it in my road case as a spare. I bought my new one here on Amazon so I won't have any problems on the road this year. I like reliable gear.My first clip-on mic in the late '90s was a Beyerdynamic with a nice sound. Actually, it sounded about as good as this Shure and was just a little warmer. But sooner or later it shorted out in the gooseneck, as all clip-on mics do. After that I got an AKG VHF wireless system and really liked that mic, until the system was stolen.I had heard players on the AudioTechnica and thought it sounded like crap, so I assumed AKG had some magic dust that made their mics special. I hate how the AudioTechnica is EQ'ed--to me it always sounds shrill like it's trying too hard to "help" the player cut through the mix. Because of that observation and my good prior experience with AKG I had an AKG mic special-wired for the Shure ULX system by Sweetwater Sound when I bought the system I currently use. It sounded good, but eventually the AKG mic shorted out in the gooseneck.I had no idea the sound of the AKG was thinner than the Shure mic until I needed to replace it. It wasn't a bad mic, but it wasn't as rich-sounding as the Shure is. I didn't feel like trying to solder a rewired mini-XLR connector on the AKG myself, and didn't want to pay extra to have it wired for the Shure system, so I bought the Shure Beta 98 instead and was surprised to find out it was so noticeably better.Once I tried the Shure 98, I've never looked back. The tone is natural and even, with no EQ curve getting in the way. But not "flat" sounding either. It reproduces my low undertones and my high overtones all blended into the sound like it should. Like butter. It cuts enough for me to project, but doesn't sound shrill. Actually, it sounds exactly like my unamplified tone, only louder.I end up buying one of these every 3 or 4 years when I wear the last one out. This is my 5th since 2003 or so, when the AKG mic shorted out. I don't mind that they wear out and I can't fix them, because the sound quality is so good. The Shure ULX Pro system is terrific, and it always "just works" even with very heavy use. (I got lucky that my UHF system was still in a good frequency range when the FCC reassigned a bunch of bands to emergency use in 2007. My ULX Pro from 2001 is still working great and legal for use in the 50 states! So that tells you something about how durably Shure makes things.)The Shure Beta 98H has a very natural sound that fits with my warm tone. Try it and you won't be disappointed.5Quick deliveryThe goods delivered fast and its exactly the way its was pictured, although not been rested, I think am happy to buy again and recommend this seller5Five StarsGreat product5What Shure should have done.Shure is one of the oldest and best engineered line of microphones in the world. just watch any music presentation live, on television, or DVD and you are most likely going to see a Shure microphone.The unit I purchased thru Amazon allows this microphone to be used in reinforcing the sound of brass and woodwind instruments by clipping the mic to the bell of the instrument. It is well engineered to handle loud sound levels produced by some brass instrumentsIn testing the mic, I found that my expectations were met and then some. After all, it is a Shure mic.Buying thru Amazon allowed me to save over other on line retailers selling the same unit.5Great Shure warranty and great microphone!Go to microphone for my wireless saxophone set up. I have 2 and when one breaks I send it to shure for repair and use the other in its place. Have been doing this for years. Shure makes great high quality electronic products and backs that up with consistent repair/replace warranty.5Five StarsPerfect for accordion!5Five StarsThose are must about the best wireless mics for saxophone out there5
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Description
  • BETA 98H/C Clip-on Condenser Instrument
  • Microphone Terminated to 4-Pin Mini-connector
  • (TA4F)
  • Shure continues to set the worldwide industry standard for audio electronics
  • Legendary microphones. Cutting-edge wireless systems
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Industry standardsI bought this microphone to get back into the live music scene here in town. It seems every other horn player else who uses a wireless, uses the beta, and has had their beta for up to a decade or more. It sounds fantastic, and will probably last me until I make it big (or grow old, with growing old as the more likely result.)5Good microphone for a banjoHello,This microphone is the best match for an instrument mic for a Resophonic guitar or a banjo. While the clasp is a challenge to use open on a resonator banjo, this works great on the Resophonic Guitar. Good pick and plenty of chord for most configurations.5Great Mic for saxI'm a pro sax player. I've tried them ALL when it comes to mics. this one give the biggest and warmest sound. But, I just wish they were more durable. Like all of these type mics, the small wire and connectors are prone to damage and shorting. I'm currently on my second one in 3 years.4Used this with Shure ULX Pro system since 2001 and love itI like the sound better than any other sax mic I've used. Every one of these I buy is completely consistent and high-quality. I've been using these since around 2001, and I have gone through maybe 5 of them since then. It seems to hold up well to hard use.The Shure Beta 98 has a rich, even tone. It doesn't try to color your sound or make it "edgy"; it just keeps your sound balanced and natural. It's slightly warm, but not too warm.It's rugged, like a Shure should be. Usually I can make one last for three years of heavy use, until finally the cable goes bad. If I were better at soldering and fishing cable through a gooseneck, I'd try fixing them. But to me it isn't worth it. Shure will take them back and sell you a new one at a discount. My last one has a weak spot in the gooseneck from me bending it up and down, but it hasn't shorted out yet so I'm keeping it in my road case as a spare. I bought my new one here on Amazon so I won't have any problems on the road this year. I like reliable gear.My first clip-on mic in the late '90s was a Beyerdynamic with a nice sound. Actually, it sounded about as good as this Shure and was just a little warmer. But sooner or later it shorted out in the gooseneck, as all clip-on mics do. After that I got an AKG VHF wireless system and really liked that mic, until the system was stolen.I had heard players on the AudioTechnica and thought it sounded like crap, so I assumed AKG had some magic dust that made their mics special. I hate how the AudioTechnica is EQ'ed--to me it always sounds shrill like it's trying too hard to "help" the player cut through the mix. Because of that observation and my good prior experience with AKG I had an AKG mic special-wired for the Shure ULX system by Sweetwater Sound when I bought the system I currently use. It sounded good, but eventually the AKG mic shorted out in the gooseneck.I had no idea the sound of the AKG was thinner than the Shure mic until I needed to replace it. It wasn't a bad mic, but it wasn't as rich-sounding as the Shure is. I didn't feel like trying to solder a rewired mini-XLR connector on the AKG myself, and didn't want to pay extra to have it wired for the Shure system, so I bought the Shure Beta 98 instead and was surprised to find out it was so noticeably better.Once I tried the Shure 98, I've never looked back. The tone is natural and even, with no EQ curve getting in the way. But not "flat" sounding either. It reproduces my low undertones and my high overtones all blended into the sound like it should. Like butter. It cuts enough for me to project, but doesn't sound shrill. Actually, it sounds exactly like my unamplified tone, only louder.I end up buying one of these every 3 or 4 years when I wear the last one out. This is my 5th since 2003 or so, when the AKG mic shorted out. I don't mind that they wear out and I can't fix them, because the sound quality is so good. The Shure ULX Pro system is terrific, and it always "just works" even with very heavy use. (I got lucky that my UHF system was still in a good frequency range when the FCC reassigned a bunch of bands to emergency use in 2007. My ULX Pro from 2001 is still working great and legal for use in the 50 states! So that tells you something about how durably Shure makes things.)The Shure Beta 98H has a very natural sound that fits with my warm tone. Try it and you won't be disappointed.5Quick deliveryThe goods delivered fast and its exactly the way its was pictured, although not been rested, I think am happy to buy again and recommend this seller5Five StarsGreat product5What Shure should have done.Shure is one of the oldest and best engineered line of microphones in the world. just watch any music presentation live, on television, or DVD and you are most likely going to see a Shure microphone.The unit I purchased thru Amazon allows this microphone to be used in reinforcing the sound of brass and woodwind instruments by clipping the mic to the bell of the instrument. It is well engineered to handle loud sound levels produced by some brass instrumentsIn testing the mic, I found that my expectations were met and then some. After all, it is a Shure mic.Buying thru Amazon allowed me to save over other on line retailers selling the same unit.5Great Shure warranty and great microphone!Go to microphone for my wireless saxophone set up. I have 2 and when one breaks I send it to shure for repair and use the other in its place. Have been doing this for years. Shure makes great high quality electronic products and backs that up with consistent repair/replace warranty.5Five StarsPerfect for accordion!5Five StarsThose are must about the best wireless mics for saxophone out there5
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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