Shure PSM 300 IEM

When it came down to IEM (In-Ear Monitors), there’s an incredible amount of options and every list of “Top 10” seems to have a different set of “Top 10”. But one name that popped up several times was the *Shure PSM 300 Professional IEM. 

And however I know alot of musicians who don’t use them, to me, it’s like the icing on the cake or that perfect touch of seasoning to your delicious dinner. In some scenarios it just makes a world of difference to be able to hear clearly, especially if you’re running around on a large stage or out into the crowd.

The*Shure PSM 300’s have two different modes, Mix Mode or Stereo Mode depending on how many tracks you’re running. Providing the ability to create your own personal mix when running 2 channels of audio.
There’s 3 different bandwidths all within the 500-600 MHz range, has 1/4″ jacks instead of XLR connectors, and only takes 2 AA batteries to operate, which lasts about 5-6hrs.

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Features
-3 Bandwidths (G20, H20, and J13)
-Includes SE215 Sound Isolating Earphones
-24-Bit digital audio provides clear, detailed sound
-Half-rack, single-channel transmitter includes rackmount kit
-Up to 90 dB signal-to-noise ratio
-Solid analog RF connection over a 300 ft (90 m) range
-Exceptionally wide stereo separation

4 Replies to “Shure PSM 300 In-Ear Monitors”

    1. Thank you! That’s awesome, drums are amazing. As far as music and instruments go, drums are my first love haha
      If you get the chance you should definitely sit down and play them. It’s so liberating and feels good.

  1. After cruising around on this site for a bit, there is so much to learn on here! I really like how you break down the specifics on each piece of equipment. Keep up the good work!

    1. That’s awesome to hear, thank you!
      I figured some people would want to know some of the specifics on the gear.
      I’ll be adding more soon.

      Thanks again for the feedback, it’s much appreciated.
      Have a good one!

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