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|Package Weight||1.4 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||14.5 x 10.3 x 2.9"|
|Frequency Response||40 Hz to 18 kHz|
|Power Requirements||dynamic microphones do not require power|
|Output Impedance||1000 Ohms|
|Applications||Live or recording capturing of snare drum|
|Dimensions||1.85 x 7.32" (47 x 181mm)|
|Weight||11.64 oz (330 g)|
|Output Connectors||3-pin XLR Balanced Male|
I got this for doing interviews for an art photography project, and it works great. The sound is rich and well rounded with very little ambient intrusion due to the excellent side rejection. I am recording with a four track recorder strapped under my DSLR and then feeding it back into the camera.
Excellent vocal mic for live performance. High gain before feedback. Very clean, clearer sound. For our group, these have replaced the beta 58s.
For over a decade I used a Shure SM58 for live performances. While it worked well for singing, audiences would have trouble understanding me when I was just talking in between songs.
I don't have a lot of experience with knowing what equipment to buy. My band mate recommended I get this microphone. I am a high soprano and many times people at our gigs would tell me they couldn't hear my voice on top of the instruments. This microphone fixed that!
I'm a former e835 user. Then,I felt it was time to go to the next level. Wow - a real difference maker. It picks up everything close. I really like it for my gigs! Very crisp sound. Worth it.
Durable and sounds great and has a nice heft in the hand. Perfect for news or events or production.
Used good expensive miss for 40 years. This us the best I have ever experienced.
I was about to give up on my vocalizer, then it occurred to me that I was using the wrong mic. The mic I bought initially was causing a feedback loop in my array speaker, due to it's force field the size of a football stadium picking up everything in my practice room.
OK...true story. My bass player owns a major (and I mean MAJOR) sound system rental company in the Southeastern United States (they did the sound for the last Bob Dylan concert to pass through here...get the picture?). Anyway, I'm just a singing drummer but I know what I like and I like Sennheiser.
One of the best mics I have ever used in a live setting.