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The Sennheiser e822S vocal microphone has a cardioid pickup pattern that rejects rear-axis sounds. The e822S mic features metal construction, internal shockmounting, hum-compensating coil, neodymium ferrous magnet with boron, and on/off switch with on-lock. 80Hz-12kHz. Precision manufactured in Germany. 10-year warranty!
Note: This mic does not include a clip. You may wish to order our Heavy Duty Basic Mic clip (sold separately).
- Dynamic mic
- Precision manufactured in Germany
- Cardioid pattern
- Metal construction
- Internal shockmounting
- Hum-compensating coil
- Neodymium ferrous magnet with boron
- On/off switch that can be locked in on position
- 80Hz - 12kHz frequency response
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E822S Dynamic Handheld Vocal Microphone 2-Pack Specifications:
- Pick-up pattern: Cardioid
- Frequency response: 80 — 12,000 Hz
- Sensitivity (free field,no load at 1 kHz): 1.5 mV/Pa
- Nominal impedance: 350 Ohms
- Min.terminating impedance: 1000 Ohms
- Dimensions:1-4/5" x 7-1/10"
- Weight: 12 oz.
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Comments about Sennheiser E822S Dynamic Handheld Vocal Microphone 2-Pack:
I am an old school, die hard, SM58 user. My first mic was an SM58 and that's about all I've ever owned. The Senheiser e822 definitely changed my tune. First off, these are some solid prefessional mics. They just feel like good mics should. I was nervous about an on/off switch. Seems like you always tend to hit it at the wrong time. These switches are low profile, they stay put even when handling the mic, and they switch off quietly! No "boom" when switch it off and on. Pretty kewl! No more on/off worries. These things are also solid metal not plastic or some kind of synthetic material! Quality stuff! Right out of the box the e822 sounded absolutely fantastic. Picks up great, nice warm tone with few sound adjustments. Low feedback. Not as brash as SM58s. Seems to me, Sure has been selling the same SM58 for the same $99 price for years, but the technology hasn't changed. Technology has improved, and become less expensive. It shows with the e822. I actually love the sound of these, better than SM58s! So when you can get 2 of these for the price of one SM58, you'd be foolish not to get one (or two). I know the SM58 is the "industry standard" and they can withstand about anything, yada yada yada... but I'm glad I decided to break away from the ordinary. I'll buy more of these very soon, and look at Senheiser's other mics as well. Great job Senheiser!!