Updated: Jul 30, 2020
The 565SD Classic Unisphere® Vocal Microphone is a dual-impedance, unidirectional dynamic microphone famous for it's spot on the Woodstock stage.
It features highly effective wind and "pop" filter for vocals and a durable, wire-mesh front grille. Shipped connected for low-impedance operation, the 565SD provides excellent vocal and speech reproduction onstage, and can also be used with public address systems.
You can record brutal, loud vocals and instruments but Shure 545SD will be better for instrument recordings. Loud voices won't peak because of the dynamic type but it still has detailed sound. Shure 565SD will sound good on stage too. Shure 565SD is very solid. Mine is used for 20 years and still solid except pop filter and power on off switch. I'm using like 3-5 months now and I'm very satisfied.
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Shure 565SD is 150 dollars. It's one of the cheapest professional vocal microphones. You can choose the Shure SM58 but this one has more deep vintage sound. You can click here for more information.
Overall, Shure 565SD is good for metal recordings and performings. It's not the best, but like similiar model SM85. It's very price/performance microphone. Shure 565SD is a very solid microphone that you can use for years. It will worth your money.