Vintage 1950's TURNER 58A Lavalier Dynamic Microphone-working strong with extrasVintage 1950's TURNER 58A Lavalier Dynamic Microphone-working strong with extras

Offering a vintage 1950’s TURNER 58A Dynamic Lavalier Microphone, working well, with neck lavalier assembly and mic stand clip. Manufactured in Cedar Raids Iowa, this model was marketed as Turner’s famous “mighty-mite”. The 58 was a very popular dynamic lavaliere type microphone, originally designed for TV and broadcast use. The 58 was a natural for any application where freedom and mobility were required, such as panel shows, interviewing, sports casting, fashion shows, etc. And, its small size and peak free frequency response made it a favorite with home hi-fl enthusiasts, too. Only 4″ long and comes with a short cable with 3 pin male XLR plug. Physically the mic is in excellent original condition, barely any signs of wear. The mic tests very well with strong output and clear signal from it’s original pickup element and transformer. The lavalier assembly allow you to either support the mic around your neck, clip the mic to your label via the attached alligator clip, or use the mic holder to thread onto your mic stand. Comes with the original Turner retail box. (Box has some writing, markings and signs of wear.) ** Always safe packaging and fast fair shipping. (jr) ** CHECK OUT MY MANY VINTAGE MICS FOR SALE, INVENTORY REGULARLY UPDATED **** Check my eBay profile. Having enjoyed a life-long career in major market broadcast radio in the imaging/audio production field, I now collect, refurbish, buy and sell vintage microphones from the 1920’s through the 1960’s. If you are thinking of making a purchase, or just have a mic-related question, please feel free to ask. If you have already made a purchase and have any follow-up needs, I’m here to help.