Where Do Old Shure Microphones Go When They Die?

Posted: May 27, 2010 in Audio Gear, Computer, I Don't Know
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Sooner or later everyone knows that their electronics will give up the ghost, but somehow we’re still shocked when it happens.

Just like all electronics, eventually a Shure microphone has been subjected to so many years of abuse that it can’t be repaired and must be discarded.

Befitting a product whose specialty is taking a beating, the journey to that great road case in the sky ends . . . well, with another beating.

When a Shure product can no longer be repaired, it becomes scrap.  In addition, the FCC’s closing of the 700 MHz frequency band has resulted in thousands of wireless microphone systems being replaced prematurely. [read]

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