Pyle PDMIC58 Dynamic Handheld Microphone

Brand:|Model: PDMIC58
The PDMIC58 dynamic microphone features a moving coil dynamic uni-directional element. Durable zinc alloy metal construction and a steel mesh ball shaped grill.
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Part # 248-4310
  • Moving coil dynamic unidirectional element
  • Durable zinc alloy metal construction
  • Steel mesh ball shaped grill
  • Includes 15 ft. XLR-F to 1/4" male microphone cable

Product Details

Pyle PDMIC58 Dynamic Handheld Microphone

The PDMIC58 dynamic microphone features a moving coil dynamic uni-directional element. Durable zinc alloy metal construction and a steel mesh ball shaped grill.

Specifications: • Frequency response: 50 Hz-15 kHz • Output impedance (±30%): 600 ohms • Microphone sensitivity: -54 dB ±3 dB (0 dB=1V/Pa @ 1 kHz).

Product Specifications
  • Element TypeDynamic
  • Polar PatternCardioid
  • On/Off SwitchNo
Pyle PDMIC58 Dynamic Handheld Microphone
  • BrandPyle Audio
  • ModelPDMIC58
  • Part Number248-4310
  • UPC068888901796
  • Product CategoryVocal Microphones
  • Unit of MeasureEA
  • Product Rating
    (5 Reviews)
  • Weight1.58 lbs.
  • California Prop 65

    Warning: California residents only. Please note per Proposition 65 that this product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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Pyle PDMIC58 Dynamic Handheld Microphone is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice mic on the cheapFor the little it costs I was surprised by the quality feel and sound of the microphone. Nice range and no noise. At the price it's almost like buy one get one free with the mic and cord.
Date published: 2014-05-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from are you shure????I bought a couple of these on a whim after reading the reviews on them. They are a little lighter than a sm58, but look almost identical. I fooled around and tried to take one of them apart and pulled the wires off the solder joint, but that was my fault and nothing a soldering iron and a little time couldn't fix. Anyways, I took my new mics over to my church, and exchanged one of the 58's we currently use for this mic. There were two of us there and neither could tell an ounce of difference... And both of us are musicians and have been using musical equipment and running sound for years.... I'm gonna get me a couple more, and I'll probably order the 57 version too......
Date published: 2014-02-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from works greatworks great for the money. I like the extra long cord.
Date published: 2013-08-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from True Comparison to the SM 58Hi there,I really liked this microphone, just in the price alone. I read the review before, and I was pretty convinced that it was close to the 58 - but I was still curious as to how similar. Well, they are definitely not exactly the same. After removing the mic screen - I noticed that mic diaphragm/head was slightly smaller then in the Shure 58. I also noticed that the total mic weight is a little different, which leads me to believe that the casings are not identical. So being that there are some characteristics that are not same - this is obviously not cut from the same production line as the SM 58.Now, all this aside. I tested both microphone in a side by side test. I was very surprised at what I heard. The vocal (tonal) production was almost the same. (effected and un-effected) I also noticed, and I could be wrong - but seems like maybe a volume difference of .02 - .05 db gain on the Pyle mic (I didn't measure this with a meter - just by sound pressure level via the ears!) I am thinking this might be attributed to the age of my SM 58.(it actually is about 12 years old - and still in great condition) However, it is still possible that this mic is naturally a little hotter.My take on all of this, these mic's are reaching far above in performance in comparison to the price. Side by side tests with the Shure SM58 says that this mic, is a close runner for sure.. (hehe) but may not be identical in makeup. I would definitely use this mic as my main microphone and as a replacement to the SM58.All in all, this microphone seems to have very close to the same vocal reproduction as the 58. Very hard to tell the difference, even by a well trained ear.I would definitely consider purchasing more of these for needed vocal mics for the stage!
Date published: 2012-07-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from No On/Off swich but still a great buyOverall the microphone is well worth the money. HOWEVER, do not order it and expect to get one with the on/off switch as described. Pyle does not make the PDMIC58 microphone with such. In a side by side test with the Shure SM58, you cannot tell the difference. Even without the on/off switch it is a great deal. The basic Shure SM58 does not have an on/off switch either, but it is offered on the SM58S
Date published: 2011-03-29
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Pyle PDMIC58 Dynamic Handheld Microphone

Can i use this microphone with lo z balanced cable instead of 1/4" ?

Asked by: Elheffe
In my experience with microphones, you can use it with XLR cable in a balanced system but you might have to be careful about phantom power. Depending on it's internal wiring, you might short out your phantom power. So don't have a mic requiring that in the mix. Then again, it might be just fine.
Answered by: Gunnar
Date published: 2015-01-16

Has anyone used this with phantom power present?

I was just wondering if anyone has run this mic on a phantom powered board or interface. Did it fry, or zap any faces... Pyle is turning out some decent gear as of late, so I imagine that detail is covered, but you never know.
Asked by: FunkyC73
This microphone does have a balanced output so it's not bothered by phantom power that some mixers have--all chs. on or off. Sometimes you may get a "thunk" when you plug in or unplug this mic with phantom on though--that true with most mixers. No zap if everything else is grounded.
Answered by: Joe from San Francisco
Date published: 2013-10-09
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