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|Package Weight||1.4 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||10.315 x 4.803 x 3.228"|
|Frequency Response||40 Hz - 16 kHz|
|Maximum Input Sound Level||not specified by manufacturer|
|Power Requirements||None Dynamic, Requires No Phantom or Battery Power|
|Transducer||Pressure Gradient Dynamic|
|Output Connectors||XLR-3M Type|
|Dimensions||7.08 x 1.89" LxDiameter|
|Weight||11.64 oz. (329.8 g)|
|Output Impedance||350 Ohms|
I'm using this microphone to record my voice for audio lectures. I'm doing the recording at my desk in my office, which is why I selected a dynamic mic rather than a condenser (to reject ambient noises). The recordings sound great and very clear.
I'm a big fan of Shure and have several 57s, 58s, and 545s that I am quite happy with. But this is in a whole different league. The sound picture is much bigger and it's in tighter focus than with any of the mics I currently use.
So much better than the Shure I was using. I just use it at home for recording, but it appears sturdy enough to withstand some banging around if you use it to perform out. Fairly narrow pickup pattern, but if you need an even narrower cardiod pattern, the Sennheiser e845 would probably be a good...
The sound quality is supurb in my view! Crisp, clear with good bottom end. This beats other mics (Shure 58's, Berringer H1000, and even a higher dollar BLUE enCORE 200, altho that one is close) and I believe will by my main on stage mic from now on.
Like it a bit better than my old Shure. Pick up from off center is better. Miss the switch capability but other reviewers have noted that the switch wasn't dependable over time.
Sennheiser always is top of the line, so I had no doubts this would be fantastic. And of course it was. I used it while I DJ'd for a crowd of 700. Clear, crisp, and didn't fail once.
I don't really know mics at all. I mostly use them to host open mic nights locally, but I don't sing. I was using some super cheap mics that I thought sounded fairly clear but occasionally noticed how muddy they sounded.
Great sounding microphones. I had used them before so I was familiar with the quality before I purchased them. Used mainly for vocals, not for miking cabinets. Nice warm, true vocal sound.
I bought my 1st on some where in 04, 05 . It is still going strong in 17. I been a vocalist for over 30 years. I am rough on mics. This one with stood a beating from me. I never had a problem with it and it still sounds great. I have even used it in the studio as my recording mic.
I needed a mike that would define male vocals and harmonica with good feedback rejection and more of a bite. This is the mike for you. Cuts though nicely, and -- for me -- performs better than the SM58.