Sennheiser e935 Cardioid Dynamic MicrophoneSku #276672000000000 Sennheiser 276672 YNAB Dynamic Microphones https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Fully professional vocal microphone, developed to cut through high onstage sound levels.
The Sennheiser 935 is a dynamic cardioid microphone that features a rugged metal body with advanced shockmount design that can take what the road dishes out for years of reliable service. Consistent on-/off-axis response minimizes feedback problems and makes performance easier. Hum-compensating coil reduces noise and allows for longer leads. Made in Germany. Includes carry pouch and mic clip.
- Rugged metal body
- Advanced shockmount design
- Consistent on-/off-axis response
- Hum-compensating coil
- Made in Germany
For consistent quality response onstage, this is the ticket. Go for it!
e935 Cardioid Dynamic Microphone Specifications:
- Pickup pattern: Cardioid
- Frequency response (microphone): 40-18,000Hz
- Sensitivity in free field, no load: (1kHz) 2,8mV/Pa bei 1kHz = -51dB (0dB = 1V/Pa) = -71dB (0dB = 1V/ubar)
- Nominal impedance: 350 ohm
- Min. terminating impedance: 1000 ohm
- Dimensions: 47 x 181 mm
- Weight: 330 g
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Comments about Sennheiser e935 Cardioid Dynamic Microphone:
I purchased this microphone for my wife. She sings in 2 Christian bands -1 is a heavy metal/rock band and the other is more of a classical/folk type band. I was about to buy the Shure Beta58a mic because it was the reference standard that all other stage vocal mics were compared to (in our price range)...but just before I bought it I ran across some reviews of this mic, the e935. Since one of our band members had the Shure Beta 58a, we decided to buy the e935 and compare the two. The male vocalist sang a song with the 58a, then with the e935. My wife then did the same. I didn't see any major difference between the two and any tonal differences were easily corrected with minor changes on the sound board. They are both really great mics. My wife actually like the e935 a little better, stating that it had a little more "punch", but it may be because I bought it for her instead of it actually being better. The male singer liked them both equally. We definitely recommend this mic and when we buy another one for the band it will be the e935. It was definitely worth the extra $ than the mics we had been using. Buy it, you won't be disappointed.