How to get a Presidential sound
When the president of the United States speaks, the world listens, so long as the mic is on. Since 1968 that mic has been the Shure SM57 in a dual configuration. Dual mics add redundancy, and frankly, a sense of importantance.
One SM57 is usually wired to house audio, and the other to a breakout box which is fed to media outlets. In all the years I've been watching Presidents talk (since Carter!) I've never heard a dropout or tech failure--a salute to the rock solid reliability Shure SM57s have.
If you're running for elected office this year, or you're a motivational speaker - we've put this very professional mic/stand kit together as a wishlist. At well under $400 you can look and sound very Presidential.
On really windy days the Shure A81WS will come in very handy. Indoors, the Shure A2WS will do the job nicely. Attach the SM57s to the Shure A53M shockmount, and each of those to the Sabra-Som ST-2 double mic support. Attach to the podium, and you're ready for the world to take you seriously.
Now that you've been elected, can you lower my taxes?