Pink Pearl PR 20
The Heil PR 20 represents completely new dynamic microphone technology designed for a wide range of professional applications such as live sound, commercial broadcast, and sophisticated recording. Its wide frequency range outperforms the tired, 30+ year old industry technology and can withstand huge amounts of SPL. The end result is a microphone that can answer the call to any application. For example, the gorgeous upper mid range makes the PR 20 the absolute best live vocal microphone, while its outstanding frequency response and superb dynamic range suit it perfectly for use with a snare drum.
Since 1982, Heil Sound has been the leading manufacturer of communications microphones and has a paramount understanding of phasing. When properly applied, this knowledge creates outstanding cardioid patterns with unbelievable rear rejection that removes unwanted sounds that try to enter from the off axis rear. The pattern control of the Heil PR 20 is outstanding. This exceptional performance is achieved by using the ideal combination of materials for the large low mass diaphragm and a special mixture of neodymium, iron, and boron that gives the PR 20 the strongest magnet structure available.
What People Are Saying
Billy Joe Shaver (Artist) - "After 30 years of using the same microphone. Now I only use my PR 20."
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The Twins (Artist) - "The PR20s are without a doubt the best microphones we have ever used!"
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Janet Marlow (Artist) - "I use the Heil PR 20 for all my live vocal performances! The clarity and capacity of the Heil PR 20 gives me the comfort to vocally travel the range of dynamics to tell the story of a song."
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Dona Oxford (Artist) - "I use my White Pearl with the gold screen FAITHFULLY!!! I love it!! I will never use another mic ever again. I just love how it brings out my mid range!!"
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Kathy Coppola from Circle Takes the Square (Artist) - "I'm using the Heil PR 20 for live vocals. Its the ideal mic for my voice, and our music. Our stage volume is usually pretty loud, and these mics give us a lot of gain without feeding back."
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Barry Rudolph (Review) - "This "working-man's hero" has the same wide frequency range, low handling noise and the ability to handle +140 dB SPL--you can mic the quietest singer to the loudest snare drum played with baseball bats."
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