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|Frequency Response||40Hz to 18kHz|
|Dynamic Range (Typical)||not specified by manufacturer|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||not specified by manufacturer|
|Maximum Input Sound Level||not specified by manufacturer|
|Power Requirements||None, dynamic element|
|Output Impedance||Nominal (@ 1kHz): 350 ohms
Min. terminating: 1k ohms
|Output Connectors||3-pin XLR male|
|Low Frequency Roll-Off||No|
|Dimensions||2.16 x 1.34 x 5.27" (55 x 34 x 134mm)|
|Weight||4.94 oz (140 g)|
It sounds great without being picky about placement. Plenty hot enough for being on or near the edge for darker tones. It's a hot signal and a little brighter at all settings by nature, or better yet, loud and clear no matter what assuming you didn't completely miss the cone opening!
We purchased this piece to mic a guitar amp and we are VERY pleased with the results. Thick, clear sound quality with lots of dbs before any distortion is evident. The price was excellent but honestly I would have paid full retail to get the results. Great microphone!
Used the 906 to mic my Masa Boogie Mark IV in the studio. Incredible difference in sound quality compared to other mics we used. Now I have to go back a rerecord all my guitar parts! Great mic.
I had the opportunity to try the Sennheiser e906, Telefunken M80, Sennheiser MD421 and AKG C 414 XLS. In addition I have a modded U87ai and M149. Of all the mics above I preferred the Sennheiser e906 on my particular guitar cabinet (Blackstar HT5) and guitar (vigier excalibur).
I bought to of these to run as a stereo pair for guitar amplifiers in a live environment. They are terrific! They handle whatever two 100 watt amps can throw at them and do not color the sound in any sort of negative manner. They definitely let the amps tone shine right through.
This is a good little mike. I like the sound more than what the Shure 57 provides for electric guitar. It seems to have a flatter and more accurate tone curve, but less bottom than the 57. Placement is important.
Can't say enough about the quality and ruggedness of this microphone. I love the fact you can just hang the mic over the top of the amp. No loss of tone. In fact, with the 3 position switch on the mic, you can shape the sound you're looking for.
I love these mics. For guitar, it's great and also works nicely on toms and snares. Never tried vocals however. For the money, nothing bad to say at all. I much prefer it to the 609 which surprised me as I thought it was basically the same with the 3 position switch, but it just seems to sound...
This is one of the best microphone purchases I've made. It replaced the SM57 I used to use at gigs. I bought it because of the side address design that allows me to simply hang it by the cord instead of using a mic stand.
Use ONLY for recording guitar amp. It is clear and balanced, has a switch to contour the high frequencies 3 positions , I usually leave in center . The hang over lay on grill placement method is definitely a great attribute.